Lianne Hoogeveen is associate professor of "Identification, support and counselling of talent" at the Behavioural Science Institute (BSI) and programme director of Radboud International Training on High Ability (RITHA) at the Radboud Centre for Social Sciences (RadboudCSW). Lianne received the Honorary Doctorate because of her scientific and social achievements in the field of Gifted Education. She is a guest lecturer at PUCP for many years and has an influential role in PUCP research. Lianne is also President of the European Council for High Ability (ECHA).
Our faculty has collaborated with PUCP for 40 years, especially in the field of psychology. Previously, Prof Franz Mönks, who was associated with our faculty for many years as professor of developmental psychology, was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by PUCP. It is special that this honour has been bestowed on the faculty twice. This also shows how strong the collaboration is. Several PhDs have resulted from the cooperation and student and teacher exchanges take place regularly.