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Students' experiences with RICH

Wondering what it's like to be a student in the RICH community?

Here are a few quotes from Marieke Glazenburg, one of our former student members!

She is a master's student with a physics background, studying at the Institute for Science in Society (ISiS). During her RICH project, Marieke worked with supervisors from both ISiS and the High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML), as well as collaborators from both Radboudumc (Geriatrics department) and the Behavioral Science Institute. The result? Her RICH interfaculty master's thesis project titled "Phase Transitions In Psychopathology".

Here's what she had to say about her experience:

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Do you need to have prior knowledge of complexity science to successfully complete your project?

"Not at all. It might even be an advantage to have no prior knowledge, I think offering a fresh perspective can be very valuable sometimes."

- Marieke Glazenburg, MSc student at the Institute for Science in Society (ISiS)
Faculties involved: ISiS, HFML, 
Radboudumc (Geriatrics department),
Behavioral Science Institute


Stay tuned for more...

We are continuously expanding our student community and we will be posting more quotes from past and current RICH students in the future. If you have specific questions for our student community, let us know!

Are you a student who is interested in getting involved at RICH?

We are happy meet with you for a quick chat and talk about ways you can get involved. 

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Looking forward to being in contact with you!

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