In the Dean’s Masterclass we focus this time on new forms of citizen participation in the city: we address the use of social and visual media by young people, citizen labs and networks, and the initiatives of migrants and refugees. The theme connects directly with the Erasmus Research Initiative Vital Cities, Vital Citizens.
As a PhD candidate you are likely to conduct empirical research, and often this entails collecting and analysing data about people, i.e. personal data.
The EGSH takes its legal and ethical responsibilities very seriously. Therefore we have set up a section on our website that contains a number of links and instruments that will help you assess how you need to work with your data.
You can find this information in our Research section, or click this shortcut.
Have you thought about what you will be doing after completing your time as a PhD student or researcher at EUR? It’s important to start thinking in time about whether the next step in your career will be inside or outside academia.
Come and join YouR Career day of Erasmus University on 9 May 2019. The event will take place in the Van der Goot building on Campus Woudestein.
For our Dutch PhD candidates: De Nationale DenkTank zoekt ondernemende academici die zich graag inzetten om maatschappelijke impact te maken. Ben jij een ambitieuze masterstudent of promovendus? Geef je dan op voor de Nationale DenkTank 2019.