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Ingrid Snijders

Senior researcher

Ingrid is a senior researcher at the Healthy Region lectorate.

In 2021, Ingrid received her PhD from Utrecht University. Her dissertation is based on Social Exchange Theory and applies ideas from the relationship and services management literature to higher education. The underlying research proposal was awarded the NWO PhD Scholarship for Teachers (Grantnumber 023.006.035). Ingrid has presented her research articles at several international conferences such as ICCMI, AERA, EARLI, BISTOPS and ECP which have been published in international academic journals.
She has extensive experience in teaching such as in her role as coordinator of student career coaching, designer of the Research Skills course and thesis supervisor of students in the social and economic cluster and service management teacher.
With a penchant for doing research, Ingrid is always curious about new, innovative research projects in the field of quality thinking, social interaction, engagement, collaboration and behavioral influence especially in the non-profit sector.
In doing so, she likes to actually always make various crossovers in theory between education, research and practice.