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Marieke Meeuwisse (Ph.D.) is associate professor in Educational Sciences at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her main research theme is (ethnic) diversity in higher education, with a special interest in the learning environment, student-teacher interaction and sense of belonging. She has extensive experience in course design and development and in teaching at the (under) graduate level. Marieke is the project leader of the EU funded Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership on diversity and inclusion in higher education (\#Ibelong, [][]). She is a research fellow of the Community for Learning and Innovation (CLI) with a project on the academic trajectories of diverse students at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Marieke was awarded with a Comenius fellowship to develop the practical module Intercultural Sensitivity & Competence. As a Comenius fellow, she is a member of the KNAW Comenius Network which is a network of acknowledged innovators in higher education, where knowledge, experience and inspiration for educational innovation in higher education are broadly shared and disseminated to society. Research interests: diversity, belongingness, inclusion, academic success, higher education, transitions, learning environment, peer interaction, student-staff interaction. Onderzoeksinteresses: diversiteit, inclusie, studiesucces, hoger onderwijs, transities, leeromgeving, student-student interactie, student-docent interactie. []:

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Being Smart is Not Enough. The role of psychosocial factors in study success of ethnic minority and ethnic majority students., Erasmus University Rotterdam

Award Date: 23 Mar 2012


  • H Social Sciences (General)
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Pedagogy
  • Educational Sciences
  • L Education (General)
  • Higher education
  • HT Communities. Classes. Races
  • Diversity


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