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ESSB podcast | Meeting the Future Society

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ESSB podcast | Meeting the Future Society

Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences - Erasmus University Rotterdam

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Bij de Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences (ESSB) wordt veel onderzoek gedaan naar maatschappelijke en gedragswetenschappelijke vraagstukken. Door middel van deze podcast serie maken we deze kennis toegankelijk voor geïnteresseerde burgers, bestuurders, professionals, studenten en collega onderzoekers. Meeting the Future Society. De diversiteit van de faculteit reflecteert zich in de varieteit aan onderwerpen die op deze podcast serie te vinden is. [incl DPECS Podcast serie met ...
 
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Yellow Cab

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Yellow Cab

Erasmus Enterprise / Ties Hitzert

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The Yellow Cab podcast takes you inside the entrepreneurial mindset of inspiring alumni entrepreneurs from the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Get into the yellow cab with us, take in the lessons learned from our founders, and boost your own entrepreneurial drive!
 
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CLI Podcast

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CLI Podcast

Community for Learning & Innovation

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The Community for Learning & Innovation of the Erasmus University Rotterdam is all about connecting and enabling educational innovation. Sharing insights, experienced pitfalls, lessons learned from one lecturer with as many other lecturers as possible. Involving students and supporting them to realise their own improvements of EURs education. The CLI podcasts aim to inspire and inform our own community, but also interested others, about new initiatives, research projects and all aspects of f ...
 
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ReSearching Diversity

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ReSearching Diversity

Jana Vietze, Sabrina Alhanachi, Miriam Schwarzenthal, Sharleen Pevec, Tuğçe Aral, Zeynep Demir

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Join a group of six women in social sciences in their aim to increase visibility of inspiring social scientists and of cutting-edge research focusing on ethnic, cultural, and migration-related diversity. Each episode two hosts invite one outstanding scientist to discuss their past (personal path into academia), the present (a research article that has recently inspired them in their work), and the future (recent developments and paradigm shifts in the world of academia and social sciences).
 
UNS Talks is a podcast by the architectural design firm UNStudio. Founded in 1988 by Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos, UNStudio specializes in architecture, urban development, product design, interior design and infrastructural projects. Based in Amsterdam, Shanghai and Hong Kong, the office has produced a wide range of work ranging from public buildings, infrastructure, offices, residential buildings, products, to urban masterplans. Pivotal UNStudio projects include; the Mercedes-Benz Museum ...
 
My live revolves around music education. I hold a professorship on ‘Blended Learning’ at Codarts University of the Arts and I am a lecturer at the department of Arts and Culture Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In addition, I am the director of School of Performing Arts Kathmandu, founded in 2011. After the destructive earthquake in 2015 this institute mainly focuses on providing music therapy for homeless children and performing arts classes for less fortunate governm ...
 
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Hoe kan jij je werk speelser maken? En wat heb je daar dan precies aan? Zitten er ook nadelen aan het speels benaderen van je werk? In deze aflevering beantwoordt Yuri Scharp deze en andere vragen en laat hij zien dat spel en werk een hele goede combinatie zijn. Ook vertelt hij over zijn workshops en waarom organisaties spel op het werk zouden moet…
 
In this episode, Ina Kjaer and Maggie Brereton talk about the second anniversary of EOS Deal Advisory, their journey and how they have come. Thank you for all the support along the journey. "It is funny to think that it was just an idea. And now it really is a reality, and we have a great team. We have great clients who are doing great deals. And s…
 
Wanneer is je vliegangst of angst voor spinnen echt een stoornis? Hoe behandel je een angststoornis? En hoe kan je mensen verantwoord angstig maken om er onderzoek naar te doen en zo mensen met een angststoornis te helpen? Hierover spreken we met hoogleraar klinische- en biologische psychologie Matthias Wieser.…
 
"Learning for equality in Rotterdam” is a website that showcases knowledge about social inequalities in Rotterdam, produced by EUR’s students across different disciplines. The website provides a platform for students to share their work. It also aims to be a pedagogical tool and to encourage further work and interdisciplinary collaborations on this…
 
Both academic research and academic education have high standards of integrity, which are important to ensure academic quality. However, cases of plagiarism, free-riding or other improper behaviour are common. What encourages students to give in to this? And what can teachers do to prevent it? Sasker Soontiëns, from Skill-Up, discusses these questi…
 
In this episode, we talk to Tendai Chitewere who is an associate professor of geography and environment at San Francisco State University (U.S.) and a visiting professor in the department of Inclusive Education at the University of Potsdam (Germany). Our main topics are proactive inclusion, environmental justice, and the chances and challenges for …
 
In deze podcast vertelt onderzoeker Loïs Schenk je alles over mentoring voor scholieren in Rotterdam. Wat is mentoring, hoe werkt het, en wat is er zo interessant aan deze vorm van samenwerken tussen studenten en scholieren? En wat brengt het hen? Ook staan we stil bij wetenschappelijk onderzoek naar mentoring. We spreken met Dayna en Merel die elk…
 
Wat zijn edubadges precies en hoe kunnen ze in het onderwijs worden ingezet? Waar moeten we op letten als we met badges aan de slag willen gaan? Wat zijn de risico’s, op gebied van kwaliteit en privacy? Sasker Soontiëns van Skill-Up gaat in het kader van de jaarlijkse Learning en Innovation bEURs van CLI in gesprek met Marijn van den Doel (Learning…
 
Earlier on, I had a great chat with Sjoerd van Berkel, MSc in Strategic Entrepreneurship & Finance alumnus from the RSM and co-founder of Fit For Me. Fit For Me has become the global market leader in nutritional supplements for people who have undergone weight loss surgery. In a remarkably similar way to YourSurprise the two founders of Fit For Me,…
 
Let’s talk about socio-digital inequality! We live in a time of fast-paced digitization and online communication, but what about the accessibility of our brave new world? How high is the threshold to participate for non-native speakers or people who have trouble finding their way on a computer? In this episode, we speak with Jiska Engelbert and Els…
 
In deze eerste aflevering spreken we met Gertjan Rop. We hebben het over multimedia leren en hoe je dit het beste kan toepassen. Wat voor informatie kan je beter wel/niet op je PowerPoint slides of in leerboeken aanbieden? Is het een goed idee om een “leuk” plaatje toe te voegen? Hoe ga je om met verschillen in voorkennis? Gertjan deelt zijn kennis…
 
Heb jij je weleens afgevraagd wat sociale wetenschappers doen in hun ivoren toren? Heb je weleens nagedacht over wat hun onderzoek voor jou en jouw toekomst kan betekenen? In deze podcast ontmoet je de onderzoekers van onze afdeling, de Department of Psychology, Education, and Child Studies, oftewel DPECS, aan de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam. In …
 
Anoesjka Imambaks is executive director at Venture Cafe Rotterdam and alumnus from the EUR where she studied public administration from 2002 until 2007. During our conversation, Anoesjka elaborated upon starting her career in public policy, why she co-created a valorisation program to boost the Dutch startup ecosystem, shared how she became an entr…
 
Our new podcast episode is out! We have a conversation with our new partner, Martin Hurst, a sell-side specialist who has done hundreds of projects in the last years. We talk about what is changing in the buyers' and sellers' perspectives - and how you cope with that as an M&A team. Series presenters: Ina Kjaer and Maggie Brereton, co-founders of E…
 
I had a great chat with Igor Belos, MSc in Strategic Entrepreneurship alumnus from the RSM and co-founder of Belgrade Language School. During our talk, Igor reflected on his study time at the EUR, how applying key learnings from his Master studies contributed to the growth of Belgrade Language School and concluded by giving entrepreneurial pieces o…
 
Wouter de Vries is an alumnus from the MSc Entrepreneurship at the RSM and co-founder of YourSurprise. What started out in an attic above an Omoda store in 2005, YourSurprise has become the largest online personalised gift shop. During our chat, Wouter touched upon the initial founding days of YourSurprise, why the founders (Wouter and Gerbrand) bo…
 
In this episode, we talk to Yudit Namer who is a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Public Health at Bielefeld University (Germany). Our main topics are discrimination and othering and how they relate to the health of different generations of migrants. PAST (00:02:10): We learn how Yudit has been combining her different professional roles as …
 
Thom Uildriks is an IBA alumnus from the RSM and co-founder of Moja. Moja is a high-quality, sustainable underwear brand which has the mission of making good hygiene normal. In our interview, we reflected upon how Thom's childhood years in Brazil shaped his entrepreneurial vision, reflected on key highlights from Thom's study time at the EUR, discu…
 
Laura and Diederick are co-founders of Forward Incubator and alumni from the MSc CEMS program at the Rotterdam School of Management. Forward Incubator is a non-profit organisation that offers newcomers the opportunity to obtain funding, training and expertise for their starting businesses in the Netherlands. During our conversation, we talked at le…
 
Micky Chen is an IBA Alumnus (2010 - 2013) and founder of Minite.Works: an online platform connecting students with companies of all sizes and industries, helping them to outsource flexible, skill-based work. During our conversation, Micky elaborated upon her journey as a highly successful serial entrepreneur, what challenges she had to overcome an…
 
Nikos Nakos is co-founder of IamExpat Media and alumnus from the MSc in Strategic Entrepreneurship (2007 - 2008). Nikos elaborated on his key memories from his student time at the Erasmus University and explained how he (and his co-founders) transformed IamExpat Media as a ‘side project’ into the leading online publisher and event organizer for the…
 
Charlie Wulff and Victor Bloem are two alumni from the MSc in Strategic Entrepreneurship and highly ambitious serial entrepreneurs. During our interview, we reflected upon their study time at Erasmus University, discussed lessons learned from their own entrepreneurial journey and talked about what currently keeps them busy in times of Covid-19.…
 
In this episode, we share the talk Ina Kjaer did at the “International Careers Day” at Erasmus Rotterdam University. Thanks to Rhys Mckenna for the invitation - and thank you for joining us! Series presenters: Ina Kjaer and Maggie Brereton, co-founders of EOS Deal Advisory. http://www.eos-dealadvisory.co.uk…
 
Amadeus Linzer is an alumnus from the MSc in Strategic Entrepreneurship and founder of VitaBlick. Vitablick offers people with limited mobility - in private and care homes - a new chance to live life to the fullest and see their favourite places with the use of Virtual Reality. With this groundbreaking idea, Amadeus already has won two innovation a…
 
Hi! My name is Kevin van Wijk and I am an alumnus from the Master in Entrepreneurship & New Business Venturing at the RSM, Erasmus University. In 2012, I have founded a footwear brand called VICO Movement, an independent product-driven footwear brand. Blending European quality, distinctive design, versatility and craftsmanship is our story. VICO wa…
 
In our first episode, we talk to Linda Juang who is a professor of Inclusive Education at the University of Potsdam (Germany). Our main topic is racial-ethnic socialization, meaning how parents communicate about race and ethnicity with their children. PAST (00:02:32): Linda describes her own path into higher education, how she was inspired to conti…
 
Maggie Brereton and Ina Kjaer share the talk with the MBA students from MIT Sloan School of Business about how we have changed our careers. Thanks to Roberta Oshiobugie and Varum Kumar for the invitation - and thank you for joining us! Series presenters: Ina Kjaer and Maggie Brereton, co-founders of EOS Deal Advisory. http://www.eos-dealadvisory.co…
 
Maggie Brereton and Ina Kjaer share the conversation with the Erasmus University Rotterdam business students. They talk about the changes on the deals industry and why they have survived the pandemic. Thanks to Rhys Mckenna for the invitation. Series presenters: Ina Kjaer and Maggie Brereton, co-founders of EOS Deal Advisory. http://www.eos-dealadv…
 
We are happy to announce "Deal With It!" is back! Welcome to our podcast series' new season. In the first episode, we join the regular talk to experts session hosted by Squire Patton Boggs. We discuss our perspectives for 2021. Thanks to Stephen Ball, Matthew Kirk, Tony Reed for the invitation. Series presenters: Ina Kjaer and Maggie Brereton, co-f…
 
Tijdens de Corona-lockdown in maart 2020 ontstonden in Rotterdam tal van initiatieven om medeburgers door de crisis te helpen. Deze initiatieven hebben grote maatschappelijke meerwaarde. Hoe komen deze initiatieven tot stand, en hoe ondersteun je ze het beste?Om wat voor soort initiatieven gaat het? Denk aan het bezorgen van maaltijden aan ouderen,…
 
How did a Branding Manual help get the Doha Metro Network designed and built in just seven years?In our latest UNS Talks podcast, we explore this metro project, and go in-depth into how one crucial design tool – the Branding Manual - helped get the network operational in such a rapid timeframe, while assuring its unified identity.In this episode, h…
 
For this episode of UNS Talks, we discussed our recently published article "The Responsive Technologies of Social Health" with article authors, Ben van Berkel, Filippo Lodi and Wael Batal. In their discussion, Ben, Filippo and Wael dissect parts of the article, such as the fourth industrial revolution and its impact on the built environment, media …
 
What is a circular construction strategy?How can digital solutions help the transition to a circular economy?What does a circular city really look like?For this podcast, we were very happy to host Joke Duformont and Ben Kubbinga from the Cities and Built Environment Programmes of Circle Economy: an Amsterdam based social enterprise that accelerates…
 
As part of our ongoing research into playgrounds, we were very happy to host Denisa Kollarova, author of Aldo van Eyck: Seventeen Playgrounds, at the UNStudio office in Amsterdam, to discuss the contents of her study. Of Aldo van Eyck's original 700 playgrounds built across Amsterdam, only 17 remain. What can we learn from van Eyck about designing …
 
Review Architecture is an online journal of architecture books, founded and curated by UNStudio Architect Ayax Abreu Garcia. Its goal is to sift through architectural literature, find the gems, dissect their content, create a spark in people’s minds, and help people become more interested in architectural literature.Recently Ayax held an interview …
 
Every few months we like to host a breakfast open to everyone in our office to discuss the issue of Gender in design in an informal way. This time around, we invited Afaina de Jong to join us.Afaina is an architect, an academic and a cultural entrepreneur who works on the boundary of art and architecture. Having taught in both TU Delft and the Sand…
 
UNS Talks about the Future of Mobility: The Cable CarThis is the second of two special edition podcast episodes of UNS Talks, in which we discuss the future of mobility, looking at three projects we are currently working on across two alternative forms of public transport. To discuss these themes, we've brought in the people who are behind the desi…
 
UNS Talks about the Future of Mobility: the Hardt Hyperloop HubThis is the first of two special edition podcast episodes in which we discuss the future of mobility, looking at three projects we are currently working on across two alternative forms of public transport. To discuss these themes, we've brought in the people who are behind the designs: …
 
UNS Talks with Mariana Pestana and Rory Hyde, Curators of Architecture at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. "The Future Starts Here" is a blockbuster exhibition currently on show at the V&A Museum in London, exploring the power of design in shaping the world of tomorrow. Design is, of course, always about the future. Curators Rory Hyde and Mari…
 
For our fifth podcast, we asked Doma to speak at our annual UNStudio Summer Conference, held in Mediamatic in Amsterdam. Doma is a non-profit housing cooperative that attempts to address and overcome issues relating the housing crisis, and the gap between home ownership and rental. Unlike other housing cooperatives however, Doma has developed an eq…
 
For our fourth podcast, we asked Robert Rowland Smith to join us in Amsterdam for our annual UNStudio Summer Conference, held in Mediamatic. Robert is a British author and philosopher, whose books include Derrida and Autobiography, Breakfast with Socrates: The philosophy of everyday life, and AutoBioPhilosophy: An intimate story of what it means to…
 
For our third podcast, we were very happy to host Nicolay Boyadjiev, who spoke at our annual UNStudio Summer Conference in Amsterdam. Nicolai is a Design Tutor at the Strelka Institute, which is a non-governmental education institutions based in Moscow, that has an experimental approach to studying architecture and design, offering a famously multi…
 
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