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SCOOP

SCOOP is a research and training centre dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of sustainable cooperation as a key feature of resilient societies. The centre connects research groups from sociology, psychology, history, philosophy, public administration, research methods, and statistics. SCOOP is a joint initiative by the University of Groningen (Strategic Theme  Sustainable Society) and Utrecht University (Strategic Theme Institutions for Open Societies), and also involves researchers from the VU Amsterdam, the Erasmus University Rotterdam, and Radboud University Nijmegen. The 2025 Vision for Science of the Dutch Ministry of Education (2014, p. 19) praised SCOOP as an “example of cross-pollination between disciplines”.

 

More about the program

Training

In addition to the academic ambitions, the program wants to realise several tangible long-term gains. In order to achieve them we created the Training Center. It is organized in two sections, each of them with  a specific target. The first one is research-oriented and it is aimed at prospective students. The second is policy-oriented and its target are practitioners.

For prospective students 

The first section of our Training Center consists in a talent selection and training program to prepare the next generation of top researchers. In the spirit of the research center, students will be trained in a transdisciplinary fashion to include elements from psychology, sociology, philosophy, and history.For more information on the teaching program, click here.

For practitioners

The second section of our Training Center makes use of the main results from the research center as a whole. The goal is to provide insights and instruments that can be used to train societal partners and stakeholders to foster a resilient society.

The Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences of the University of Groningen, The Netherlands, has an opening for one PhD position (1.0 fte) for the research project: 

Sustainable Labor Market Integration of First Generation Migrant Groups: The Quest for the ‘Migrant-Organization Fit 

Information

The proposal can be downloaded here.

For information you can contact Dr. Nina Hansen (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or Dr. Liesbet Heyse (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Department of Sociology/Department of Psychology, University of Groningen
Maximum salary: € 2.801 gross/month 
Start Date: 01.10 or 1.11.2017
Application deadline: 31.07.2017

Resources

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DATA

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