Renske Pin, PhD. (1979) was raised in Curaçao. She is a communications scientist and obtained her PhD in Behavioral Sciences from the University of Twente and Wageningen University, The Netherlands. She has had a vast array of professional experience including working as a researcher at TNO and as an Associate Professor at the University of Curacao. Renske is the lead researcher for UNESCO’s Media Development Indicators Assessment project: the large-scale investigation into Media Development in Curaçao that gave rise to the UNESCO Media Master Classes she initiated in collaboration with the UNDP.
She also works as an independent researcher and consultant and founded RE-Quest Research & Consultancy in 2014. She has worked on wide range of research and consultancy projects for a variety of settings in Curaçao and in the region, focusing on social development and social change, including the National Health Survey for the Public Health Institute Curacao (VIC), investigating Climate in Classrooms for Rijksdienst Caribisch Nederland, the Remigration Research for the Ministry of Social Development, Labour and Welfare (SOAW), and developing consumer policy instruments for the Ministry of Economic Affairs. In collaboration with copyrightG, RE-Quest works on the government-wide communication and implementation of organizational change, using appreciative inquiry.
Renske will be presenting on “Science of Mind and Behavior, some practical tips.” She will present the subject matter from using different examples to illustrate the breadth of current research in this field.
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