Marijn is a PhD student at University of Twente, Faculty of Behavioral, Management and Social Sciences. In her PhD she investigates how teams engage in self- and social regulation during collaboration, how this develops over time, and how this is affected by individual, team, and contextual factors. Her primary interests are in issues such as self- and social regulation, knowledge sharing, team performance, diversity in organizations, lifelong learning, and how to maximize the learning potential of professionals. Prior to hr PhD, Marijn completed a MSc in Educational Sciences and Interaction at Utrecht University and a BA in Liberal Arts and Sciences at Utrecht University.
Marijn has ample experience in teaching and coordinating courses at bachelor and master level, in Dutch and in English with both small and larger groups of students. In addition, she supervises both graduate and undergraduate students writing their thesis.