To further stimulate and reward PhD research, the Graduate School invites its PhD candidates and recent graduates to submit their work and nominate their colleagues and supervisors for the "Graduate School Awards for PhD Excellence". The deadline for submission is Friday 13 January 2023.
We welcome you to the Erasmus Graduate School of Social Sciences and the Humanities (EGSH). We host over 500 PhD candicates at our lively, spacious campuses in the cosmopolitan cities of Rotterdam and The Hague.
We offer dozens of courses to nurture innovative and interdisciplinary research excellence. The diverse international backgrounds of our candidates enhance a vibrant academic community.
The EGSH is a joint venture of:
- Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences (ESSB)
- Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC)
- Erasmus School of Philosophy (ESPhil)
- International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague
- Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management (ESHPM)
- Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS)
- The Dutch Research Institute For Transitions (DRIFT)
The EUR Design Impact Transition platform is looking to support mid-career academics that want to work with them on societal challenges in an inter- and transdisciplinary way through an ‘academic assignment’ that helps them to turn their societal engagement and cross disciplinary ambitions into appreciated regular work. Given the DIT academics already engaged, they are especially looking for candidates from ESE, RSM, ESL, ESSB and ESHPM.
On 26 January there was a second session in the series Conversation with the Dean. The subject of this session was ‘Focus Group Research – methodological issues’.
ESHCC dean Martine van Selm and the participating PhD candidates reflected on methodological topics when working with the focus group method.
Writing a PhD is a demanding, complex and sometimes lonely activity. It requires not only intellectual, but also mental and emotional strength and flexibility. In other words: you need resilience.
People’s resilience differs. Some people feel they can handle just about everything, while others may feel less secure from time to time. The good news is that you can learn to be more resilient. This workshop teaches you the skills to do just that.