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dr. A.M. Dijkstra (Anne)

Assistant Professor

About Me

Anne Dijkstra is an assistant professor in Science Communication in Twente. She studies the changing relationship between science and society and is involved in several international projects. She worked as a project manager and senior science communication advisor. As a volunteer, she organises meetings for the Science Café Deventer and a successful science-art festival ‘KOP-festival’.

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Netherlands
Communication Sciences
Experience
Research
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Research

Anne M. Dijkstra, PhD (University of Twente) is an assistant professor in Science Communication at the University of Twente, faculty of Behavioural and Management Sciences. She studies the changing relationship between science, technology and society from a communication perspective. Her research focuses on the role of the public as well as the role of researchers in this relationship and is related to new and emerging technologies. Key words in her research are public engagement, science communication, risk communication and risk governance.

 

In 2014, the Dutch book ‘Wetenschapscommunicatie, een kennisbasis’ was published by publisher BOOM-LEMMA. Anne Dijkstra was one of the editors and contributed as an author to several chapters. In 2013 Anne was a visiting researcher at Newcastle University and a visitor at the Institute of Advanced Study at Durham University. In 2008 she defended her PhD dissertation with the title ‘Of publics and science. How publics engage with biotechnology and genomics’. Prior to her academic work she worked as a project manager and (science and risk) communication advisor.

Publications

Recent
Bowman, D. M., Dijkstra, A., Fautz, C., Guivant, J. S., Konrad, K., Shelley Egan, C., & Woll, S. (Eds.) (2017). The Politics and Situatedness of Emerging Technologies. (Studies of New and Emerging Technologies; Vol. 8). IOS Press.
Dijkstra, A. M. (2017). Analysing dutch Science cafés to better understand the science-society relationship. Journal of science communication (JCOM), 16(1), [A03].
Dijkstra, A. M., & Critchley, C. R. (2016). Nanotechnology in Dutch science cafés: Public risk perceptions contextualised. Public understanding of science, 25(1), 71-87. DOI: 10.1177/0963662514528080
Bowman, D. M., Dijkstra, A. M., Fautz, C., Guivant, J. S., Konrad, K., van Lente, H., & Woll, S. (2016). Aspirations of Responsibility and Emerging Technologies. In D. Bowman, A. Dijkstra, C. Fautz, J. Guivant, K. Konrad, H. van Lente, & S. Woll (Eds.), Responsibility and Emerging Technologies: Experiences, Education and Beyond (pp. -). (Studies of new and emerging technologies; No. 7). Amsterdam: IOS Press.
Bowman, D. M., Dijkstra, A., Fautz, C., Guivant, J. S., Konrad, K., van Lente, H., & Woll, S. (2016). Responsibility and Emerging Technologies: Experiences, Education and Beyond. (Studies of new and emerging technologies; Vol. 7). Amsterdam: IOS Press.
Bowman, D., Dijkstra, A. M., Fautz, C., Guivant, J. S., Konrad, K. E., van Lente, H., & Woll, S. (2015). Moving Beyond Concern: Practices of Innovation and Responsibility for Emerging Technologies. In D. M. Bowman, A. Dijkstra, C. Fautz, J. Guivant, K. Konrad, H. van Lente, & S. Woll (Eds.), Practices of Innovation and Responsibility: Insights from Methods, Governance and Action (pp. -). (Studies of New and Emerging Technologies; No. 6). IOS Press.

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Education

Since 2014 Anne Dijkstra coaches and supervises excellent master students in the Research Honours master programme at the University of Twente. In addition she is coordinator and lecturer at the Twente Graduate School. From 2008-2015 she was coordinator and lecturer at the track Science Communication of the master programme Science Education and Communication. She has taught various courses related to the science-society relationship, for example about science communication, science journalism and informal science education.

Courses

Projects

Currently, she is involved as a researcher in two EU projects. The Horizon 2020 NUCLEUS project (No 664932, 2015-2019) stands for New Understanding of Communication, Learning and Engagement in Universities and Scientific Institutions. This project aims at analysing and facilitating the dialogue between science and society via the notions of Responsible Research and Innovation. The goal of the GoNano project (No 768622, 2017-2020, NMBP) is to improve the responsiveness of research and innovation processes to public values and concerns.  Thus, Governing Nanotechnologies through societal engagement.

Contact Details

Visiting Address

University of Twente
Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Cubicus (building no. 41), room C219
De Zul 10
7522NJ  Enschede
The Netherlands

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Mailing Address

University of Twente
Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Cubicus  C219
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands