Wittenborg news articles on research
Business researcher Prof. Ad Kil has been appointed as the director of Wittenborg's Doctoral College in Apeldoorn. It will be run jointly by Wittenborg and its British partner, the University of Brighton.
Wittenborg's Head of Research, Dr Nicolet Theunissen, wants to double positive behaviour worldwide by 2030 with her company Future Life Research. Absurd? Not really, if you read that it is perfectly in line with the UN's sustainable development goals.
Wittenborg's Head of Research, Dr Nicolet Theunissen, recently helped organise a benefit music evening for homeless youth in Apeldoorn, where she also performed herself.
In line with moving its research agenda forward and fostering an environment of knowledge creation, Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences has in the last few weeks taken several initiatives to promote and support the research and creative scholarly activities of faculty, staff and students.
Wittenborg's Head of Research, Dr Nicolet Theunissen, recently presented a paper in Spain which introduces a new online questionnaire whereby participants can develop a compass for everyday moral dilemmas they encounter.
After writing a paper on knowledge creation in organisations, Wittenborg Amsterdam lecturer, Dr Yasmina Khadir-Poggi, was invited to participate in a workshop during the 2018 IFKAD conference held at TU Delft.
Wittenborg University has a new Head of Research, Dr Nicolet Theunissen, is drawing up an inclusive strategic research agenda which she hopes to unveil after the summer.
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences is one of the education partners in an exciting new project advancing robotics technology in the east Netherlands, that will strengthen the country’s smart industry and result in employment growth.