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Marloes van Engen is assistant professor at the Department of Human Resource Studies, Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Tilburg University where she lectures in Diversity in Organizations. Marloes is aslo Gender Policy Advisor for Tilburg University. She studied Social Psychology with a minor in the Psychology of Culture and Religion at the Radboud University in Nijmegen. She lectured at Communication Sciences before she moved to Tilburg University. 

Current research:

Gender in Organizations:

  • Reducing stereotypes in the Workplace: Mindfulness interventions (with Lena Knappert & Ivan Nyklicek)
  • Gender in Academia (with Inge Bleijenbergh, RU Nijmegen, Claartje Vinkenburg, VU Amsterdam, Deusto University)
  • Parenthood ideology, work-family interaction and careers of women and men (with Konjit Hailu Gudeta, Addis Abeba University; Pascale Peters, Radboud Universiteit; Simone den Blinker & Jac van der Klink, TRANZO; Marc van Veldhoven, Tilburg University)

Disability in developing countries (with Belaynesh Tefera Nidaw, Addis Abeba University; Alice Schippers, Disability Studies, & Jac van der Klink (Tranzo)

Diversity and team functioning (with Hans van Dijk and Lena Knappert, Tilburg University )

Expatriate experience support and performance (with Paul van der Laken (UvT,  Reimara Valk, Curtin University, Sarawak )


  • Multicultural Society
  • Women'S Careers
  • Acculturation
  • Diversity In Organisations
  • Diversity Management
  • Gender Differences
  • Gender In Organisations
  • Leadership
  • Stereotypes


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