8 June 2021

Policy advisor of the three research institutes Dagmar Eleveld-Trancikova, received the Radboudpluim today during the Research Council Meeting. She received the Radboudpluim from the Dean Jan Smit as a token of appreciation for her great involvement, dedication and boundless commitment to many new developments in scientific research policy and organization.

The Scientific Career Path, the working group Organization and Management of Research and the policy on recognition and appreciation are just a few recent examples. She is also the driving force and stakeholder of the Radboud Postdoc Initiative (RPI). 

Her positive work attitude and passion for these topics are clearly noticed during meetings and discussions. Dagmar excels in commitment, pro-activity and collaboration. Those are the competencies that suit her and besides that she is an excellent team player. The Radboudpluim is therefore highly deserved.

 

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