Sarah de Rijcke
Scientific Director / Professor Science and Evaluation Studies
Sarah de Rijcke is Professor in Science and Evaluation Studies & Scientific Director at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) in Leiden.
- Partner in R-QUEST – Centre for Research Quality and Policy Impact Studies, international center with partners from Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, and the UK. Coordinated by prof. Liv Langfeldt, NIFU (Norway)
- Partner in RJ Sweden-funded project KNOWSCIENCE. Coordinator: prof. Merle Jacob, Lund University
- PhD project Constitutive effects of new incentives and metrics in biomedicine. Candidate: R. Benedictus (UMCU). Co-supervision with prof. Paul Wouters
- Consortium member in Promoting Integrity as an Integral Dimension of Excellence in Research (PRINTEGER) (funded by the EC through a H2020 COST Action) | Coordinators: Hub Zwart and Willem Halffman (Radboud University Nijmegen) | EPIC team members: Thed van Leeuwen, Paul Wouters, Sarah de Rijcke
- Quality and Relevance of Research, with EUR Rotterdam prof.dr. Willem Schinkel in collaboration with EUR university library (co-supervision phd candidate Anne Slootweg)
- 25 years science policy for excellence, with Rathenau Instituut (including supervision post-doctoral researcher Dr. Thomas Franssen)
- Measuring science: The use of metrics in assessing impact, innovation and excellence in modern academia (funded by The Swedish Research Council) | Björn Hammarfelt & Sarah de Rijcke
- Quantifying academic lives: Practices of (self-)evaluation under 'excellent' conditions | Thomas Franssen & Sarah de Rijcke
- The impact of indicators: How evaluation shapes biomedical knowledge production (2012-2015) | Alex Rushforth & Sarah de Rijcke
- Defining standards of intellectual quality in Dutch legal scholarship | Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner & Sarah de Rijcke
Professional memberships: the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S), the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST) and the Dutch National research school for Science, Technology and Modern Culture (WTMC).
Sarah is a member of the editorial board of Interdisciplinary Science Reviews. She regularly reviews for Engaging Science, Technology & Society, Science, Technology and Human Values (STHV), Research Evaluation, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, and the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST).
Please visit this page for Sarah’s publication list.
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