On behalf of everyone at RSM, I would like to wish all members of our community – faculty members, staff, students, alumni and corporate partners and friends – a healthy, happy and impactful new year. Thank you to everyone who has helped us make an impact and for your support in ensuring our school lives its mission to be ‘a force for positive change in the world’.
Werner Brouwer, Dean of RSM
Dr Thomas Bauwens aims to introduce a new interdisciplinary theory of the dynamics of community enterprises and advance the research frontier on collective action and organisation studies.
Maria Carmen Punzi won the FAME Athena Award for breaking barriers and motivating discussions about women’s health through her research at RSM.
RSM's Sebastian Gabel and Antonia Krefeld-Schwalb will lead ‘Empowering a sustainable future’, using Kick-Starter funding to apply behavioural sciences for sustainability with a TU Delft consortium.
Dr Stefano Tasselli was ranked among 30 up-and-coming management thinkers in the Thinkers50 Radar Class of 2023.
Dr Dimitrios Vlachopoulos received five prestigious grants within just six months, clearing the way for more sustainable, transformative higher education in Europe.
Two major awards: Prof. Erik van Raaij will work on accelerating the adoption of circular interventions in hospitals, and Prof. Rob Zuidwijk on developing online platforms for freight services.
RSM's Sebastian Gabel and 11 EUR scientists bagged €280,000 in Veni grants, diving into projects from personalised interventions to empowering young changemakers.
RSM and EUR researchers scored €10 million for SEISMEC. With a fantastic global team, they're set on crafting user-friendly, sustainable workspaces that elevate well-being and fulfilment.
RSM's Pieter van den Berg and Caroline Jagtenberg and Rob van der Mei secured €500,000 for SPRINTER, set to revolutionise emergency response in the Netherlands and empower first responders.
RSM’s knowledge platform for business professionals, academics and students makes management research, articles, videos and directory of knowledge experts even more accessible.
A team of bachelor students in the RSM STAR Case Club won the world title in ‘the Champions League’ final of business case competitions, after a streak of impressive case competition wins around the world.
Three RSM business cases topped the list for entrepreneurship and free cases at The Case Centre, each of them used for teaching business innovation and strategy of sustainable business
Dr Johannes Boegershausen was ranked in the top 50 of undergraduate professors by Poets & Quants, representing one of only five winners from a business school outside of the USA.
MSc graduate Maximilian von Wels researched agrivoltais versus solar energy, and the willingness of communities for new energy production.
The Financial Times ranked RSM number one in the Netherlands for its open and customised programmes for business professionals.
RSM became part of the FOME Alliance, consisting of 12 global business schools developing online executive education in a quest to ignite a digitally innovative approach to management education.
Dr Julija Mell secured a CLI Fellowship for her project that helps students envision their future work selves, which enables them to enhance self-regulation skills
RSM MBA students embraced the Living Management Project, a four-week hands-on course to solve real business challenges. Guided by faculty and coaches, students navigated complexities for impactful learning.
RSM's new free MOOC, Entrepreneurial Competencies for Landscape Restoration, has equipped farmers, professionals and entrepreneurs with skills for worldwide sustainable landscape revitalisation.
RSM proudly maintained its triple crown status, ranking in the top 3% globally for high-quality education. Re-accredited by AACSB, RSM demonstrated its commitment to excellence and positive change.
The RSM community celebrated this milestone in its growing global network at the MSc graduation. Alumni stay connected to each other and to RSM’s academics and students in many ways.
RSM lecturers devised a 12-week business programme for Ukrainian refugee students to enable them to keep learning.
The annual ECWO conference explored how we can create more inclusive organisation with inspiring keynote speakers and networking opportunities.
Senior executive Karen de Sousa won the Dianne Bevelander Prize 2023 for addressing gender bias in Artificial Intelligence.
The Active Youth Hub project, led by Dr Dimitrios Vlachopoulos, aims to develop employability skills for disadvantaged young people in Greece, Romania and the Netherlands.
The SHE LEADS Dashboard by the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship shows that women-led companies make a significant contribution to solving major societal issues.
RSM’s partnership with the Dutch-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce won the AMBA and BGA excellence award for launching the Orange Academy to develop leadership skills among young talented professionals.
Companies that speed up the sustainability transition have a competitive advantage, according to research by the Erasmus Platform for Sustainable Value Creation and the Impact Institute
RSM organised four days of online sessions and an on-campus day to support alumni to discover how they can take their careers to the next level.