Studenten lopen in het voorjaar buiten het Maria Montessorigebouw
Studenten lopen in het voorjaar buiten het Maria Montessorigebouw

Radboud Social Cultural Research

Radboud Social Cultural Research (RSCR) is a research institute at the Faculty of Social Sciences. We investigate the societal phenomena of social inequality and inclusion. Through our research on changing inequalities, we aim to contribute to more equality in society.

Highlights

Twee mensen schudden handen tijdens een sollicitatiegesprek

More objective application procedures ensure greater equality in selection, but managers still aren’t convinced

Leaving out personal data on CVs leads to a considerably higher chance of employers selecting candidates with a migration background. This is the conclusion of a large-scale study by Radboud University and Utrecht University.

Sara Kinsbergen

Sara Kinsbergen appointed Professor in the field of the Citizens’ Role in Sustainable Development

On 1 July 2023, Sara Kinsbergen was appointed Professor in the field of the Citizens’ Role in Sustainable Development at the Faculty of Social Sciences.

Niels Spierings, professor of Sociology: processes of inclusion and exclusion

Niels Spierings appointed as professor of Sociology: Processes of inclusion and exclusion

As of September 1, Niels Spierings has been appointed as Professor of Sociology: processes of inclusion and exclusion at the Faculty of Social Sciences at Radboud University.

News

Berchmanianum

National Growth Fund: new grants for research with Radboud scientists

Ten projects from the first three rounds of the National Growth Fund will definitively be awarded a subsidy. Several projects also involve researchers from Radboud University.

Twee mensen schudden handen tijdens een sollicitatiegesprek

More objective application procedures ensure greater equality in selection, but managers still aren’t convinced

Leaving out personal data on CVs leads to a considerably higher chance of employers selecting candidates with a migration background. This is the conclusion of a large-scale study by Radboud University and Utrecht University.

Slum housing next to a polluted stream in Indonesia

The power of local knowledge

Establishing collaborations between researchers and local communities can enhance scientific understanding and promote more equitable, sustainable solutions for a better future.

Visiting address

Radboud Social Cultural Research is located in the Maria Montessori building (room 02.090) in Nijmegen.

Thomas van Aquinostraat 4
6525 GD Nijmegen

Contact

Get in touch with the research institute by contacting the RadboudSCR office.