Team

Marco ten Hoor MBA , Academy Director Hotel Management School at NHL Stenden

Marco ten Hoor has been appointed by the Executive Board of NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences as Academy Director of Hotel Management School at NHL Stenden as of 1 November 2019.

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Dr. Elena Cavagnaro, Professor of Applied Sciences Sustainability in Hospitality and Tourism

Elena Cavagnaro was born in 1963 in Rome, Italy. She studied classical philosophy in Rome and Naples, and later at the VU University in Amsterdam. There, she got her doctoral degree in 1996. Her philosophical background turned out to be a good basis for her career at Stenden University.

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Dr. Erwin Losekoot, Professor of Applied Sciences in Hospitality Studies

Erwin Losekoot was born in Purmerend just north of Amsterdam, but has since then lived overseas. He travelled widely with his parents before completing a BA in Hotel and Catering Management at Strathclyde University's Scottish Hotel School in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Dr Tjeerd Zandberg, Research Lecturer

I’ve been working at Stenden for a long period, being involved in I wide array of projects and activities.

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Dr Ran Zhang, Senior Lecturer & Researcher

Ran holds a BSc in Hotel Administration, an MA in International Leisure and Tourism Studies, and a PhD in Organizational Behavior.

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Dr. Marte Rinck de Boer, Research lecturer & NHL Stenden Counsellor Research Integrity

My background in the Geisteswissenschaften has a long lasting influence on my research interests and approach to qualitative research. Moreover, I consider myself a critical qualitative researcher.

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Dr. Wichard Zwaal, Research lecturer

Member of the Academy of International Hospitality Research. Wichard is responsible for the research line Hospitality Management Education.

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Dr. Anne Keizer-Remmers, Member Research Group AIHR

Dr. Anne Keizer-Remmers, Member Research Group AIHR As a young student, I studied German Language & Literature at the University of Groningen (RUG) and obtained my master’s degree based on two theses. In the first I looked at the aspect of Dreaming in Arthur Schnitzler’s novels and I compared his literary work with that of his Zeitgenosse in Wien at the Fin de Siècle, Sigmund Freud. My second thesis was on the use of typography in Brecht’s Dreigroschenroman. At the RUG, my minors were Pedagogy and Didactic Methods as I wanted to become a teacher in secondary school – which happened indeed.

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Regina van der Meer, Office Manager

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