This article summarizes the results of a survey conducted by YESS BSS along with a response of the Faculty Board. The authors contextualize the findings in the larger academic context and call upon the faculty to specifically address concerns regarding declining research progress and mental health.
Due to the Corona outbreak, we are all missing out on faculty life. Under these special circumstances, Mindwise shares some stories from students and faculty members. Today a personal blog about the spectacles in our faculty garden and how the Corona virus can bring us back to human nature.
January 2019 we launched a network of Young Enthusiastic Social Scientists at the Behavioural and Social Sciences faculty (YESS BSS). After existing for almost a year, it’s time to introduce ourselves: Who are we, what have we done so far, and what can you expect from us in the upcoming year?
On October 5th 2019, the Faculty opens her doors to showcase her ongoing research, during the national Weekend of Science. Everyone’s invited: neighbors, employees, students, family, friends, etcetera. The title of this year’s edition is “Everything is behavior” (“Alles is Gedrag”).
Once a year, researchers from the Heymans Institute gather in the beautiful Nieuwe Kerk in Groningen for an afternoon of science at the Heymans Symposium. (The Heymans Insitute is the cool pseudonym of the Department of Psychology at the RUG.) For students, this is an opportunity to see what their teachers are up to when […]
Many hope that Donald Trump will behave appropriately now that he is president –arguably the most powerful position on earth. Research, however, shows that power usually increases the correspondence between people’s internal beliefs, states and traits and their behavior. In Trump’s case this could potentially be unfortunate news.
Last month, Marieke Timmerman gave her Inaugural Lecture at the University’s Academy building, laying out her academic vision and presenting an overview of her research work. We asked her to write an article inspired by her lecture, so we can share it with Mindwise readers. – ed. Psychology seems to be in crisis. Alarming messages […]