Results research assessment LUCAS
The Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society looks back on a successful research assessment of the institute which took place in the fall of 2018.
The institute was assessed by an international committee of external experts according to the Standard Evaluation Protocol . In preparation of this, LUCAS wrote a self-assessment report. During the site visit in October 2018 the committee spoke with members from several sections within the institute. The committee wrote a report based on the self-assessment and their findings during that site visit.
The research within the institute was positively assessed on the three assessment criteria: research quality, relevance to society, and viability. The review committee assessed the overall research quality of LUCAS to be ‘very good’, the relevance to society ‘very good’ as well, and the institute’s viability as ‘good’. We are very happy with the results and the committee’s recommendations, which will help us to further improve our research in the coming years.
The management team would like to thank everyone from inside and outside the institute for their
help and commitment.
Read the summary and the assessment report here.