Mark Levels appointed Professor of Health, Education and Work

Mark Levels, member of the MACIMIDE Executive Board, has been appointed Professor of Health, Education and Work. Mark Levels is program director of the research program Health, Skills, and Inequality at the Research Centre for Education and the Labor Market (ROA) of Maastricht University, member of the ROA management team, associate member of Nuffield College in Oxford (UK), fellow of the Graduate School of Business and Economics (GSBE)of Maastricht University, and fellow of the Amsterdam Centre for Learning Analytics (ACLA). He teaches macrosociology at University College Maastricht (UCM).

Mark Levels currently leads a large international research consortium that studies how governments can mediate the impact of AI and robotization on work, education, inequality, and welfare in Europe (TECHNEQUALITY). He is also one of the principal architects of the Nationaal Cohortonderzoek Onderwijs (NCO) and was appointed as one of the first national coordinators of the NCO with the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). The NCO is one of the largest and most comprehensive research efforts on education in the world. Mark Levels also currently coordinates an international research group that studies individual and institutional determinants of youth inactivity in various countries (NEET).

The MACIMIDE Executive Board congratulates professor Levels with his new appointment.

See here for more information about Mark Levels and his research and teaching.