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24/03/2021 DSOC Hosts Jeylan Mortimer: Inter-generational Reproduction of Inequality in the Transition to Adulthood
On Wednesday, March 24, the University of Luxembourg’s DSOC Leture Series hosted Jeylan Mortimer as a guest speaker from the University of Minnesota, United States. She elaborated on the reproduction of inequality in the transition to adulthood in the US context. Read on right here for the key take-aways from her talk!
As a PhD candidate, Alessandro Procopio has been working in the Centre for Childhood and Youth (CCY) at the University of Luxembourg since 2017. Alessandro is particularly interested the linkage between socio-economic positions and health. His PhD dissertation evolves this research interest in the context of young people in Luxembourgish society.
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Nach zwei Jahren Laufzeit ist das Projekt CatMesNEET seit Dezember 2020 erfolgreich abgeschlossen. Wir erfuhren wir im Gespräch mit Dr. Josepha Nell (DG Jeunesse, MENJE) wie die wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnisse des Projekts in Zukunft der Gesellschaft dienen können.
This year’s Vlotho Colloquium on Youth Work Research and Theory will host a contribution of Dr. Sandra Biewers-Grimm and her colleague Anita Latz. The colloquium will take place as an online event this time. During the workshop, the research team from the University of Luxembourg will present its on-going research on educational matters in non-formal settings.
Contacto’s Paula Santos Ferreira has asked Prof. Dr. Robin Samuel for his views on possible consequences of the current pandemic for Luxembourgish youths. Citing preliminary results of the study Young People and COVID-19 (YAC+), her recent article speaks to a large readership of Portuguese-speaking people in Luxembourg.
Employability among university graduates in Luxembourg: the role of sociolinguistic repertoires (EMPLOY-LUX)
Employability among university graduates in Luxembourg: the role of sociolinguistic repertoires (EMPLOY-LUX) PhD dissertation by Oksana Domina, 2017 – 2021 As a PhD candidate, Oksana…
For his innovative and ground-breaking research on health, well-being and health behavior among immigrant adolescents in Luxembourg, the Doctoral School in Humanities and Social Sciences (DSHSS) awarded Matthias Robert Kern the Excellent Thesis Award in January 2021.
Employers’ Hiring Decisions in Relation to Young People in Luxembourg PhD dissertation by Tamara Rebecca Gutfleisch, 2017 – 2021 As a PhD candidate, Tamara Rebecca…
Health, Well-Being, and Health Behavior among Immigrant Adolescents in Social Context PhD dissertation by Matthias Robert Kern, 2016 – 2020 As a PhD candidate, Matthias…