dra. Rachida Aghallaj
Rachida Aghallaj investigates the relationship between language minority parents and professionals in childcare as part of the Pro-M Project. I am the main supervisor of her PhD, together with co-supervisors prof. Michel Vandenbroeck en dr. Anouk Van der Wildt.
dr. Graziela Dekeyser
Graziela Dekeyser defended her PhD on multilingual children's perspectives on using, learning and forgetting languages in Flanders. She also acted as the interim coordinator of the Pro-M Project. I am the co-supervisor of her PhD, together with professors Koen Matthys and Gray Swicegood.
drs. Hakan Dursun
Hakan Dursun focuses on how Flemish teacher education programs prepare teacher candidates regarding ethnic diversity. I am the main supervisor of his doctorate, together with co-supervisor professor Ellen Claes.
drs. Roy Konings
Roy Konings has a research master 'Migration, Ethnic Relations and Multiculturalism' at the University of Utrecht. His research interests lie in cultural diversity and ethnic relations. In his thesis he investigated the role individual teachers play in the attitudes of children towards refugees. He has also published a study (Konings & Mosaico (2020)) in the Italian Journal of Sociology of Education, in which he investigated why the higher educated are less likely to perceive migrants as a threat. Another article (Konings & Notten, in press) in the European Journal of Communication has also been accepted for publication, in which he examined how positive or negative Dutch internet news portray refugees by means of a content analysis.
dra. Ily Hollebeke (VUB)
dra. Qian Liu
Qian Liu studies multiculturalism and multilingualism in education in China with a focus on teachers’ perspectives. I am the main supervisor of her doctorate.
dr. Anouk Van Der Wildt
dr. Anouk Van Der Wildt graduated as PhD at Ghent University with an empirical study focusing on the effects of school language policies in Flanders. Currently, she works as postdoctoral researcher as coordinator of the Pro-M Project.
dr. Kenneth Hemmerechts (VUB)
dr. Kenneth Hemmerechts graduated as PhD in 2018 at VUB with an empirical study focusing on the role of different formats of social capital in education. I was the co-supervisor of his doctorate, together with main supervisor prof Dimokritos Kavadias.
dra. Margot Joris
Margot Joris investigates the normative approaches towards citizenship education in research, policy and practice. I am the main supervisor of her doctorate, together with co-supervisor professor Maarten Simons.
dra. Shelanee Theresa Ruales
Shelanee Theresa Ruales investigates how multicultural sensitivity of teacher candidates ca be improved through e-learning. I am the main supervisor of her PhD, together with co-supervisor prof. Wim Van Petegem.