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Impact Board FGB

The Impact Board FGB (IB-FGB) is the faculty representative of the Impact Board (IBVU). Like the IBVU, the IB-FGB includes representatives from all departments of the Faculty of FGB. It is chaired by the impact/valorization portfolio holder of the Faculty Board (FB).

The members of the IB-FGB all have a relationship with knowledge utilization for social or economic impact. With this, education and research does not just stay within the academic walls. The impact that takes place from our faculty is diverse and the IB-FGB facilitates this in various ways. The IB-FGB considers impact and valorization to be inextricably linked and has set itself the following goals to this end:  

  • We make transparent what is being done within FGB around impact/valorization 
  • We advise the FB on the professionalization of impact/valorization 
  • We share knowledge and best practices on impact/valorization 

Soon you will find on Impact Stories and Impact Activities more information about what the IB-FGB members have done and what they are doing, you will also find a lot of showcases that have been developed and realized by FGB.  

The IB-FGB is currently formed by:  


Dr. Ilja Cornelisz – Educational & Family Studies (portfolio holder impact/valorisatie)  


Dr. Wendy Andrews, MBA Organizational Psychology  

Dr. Barbara Braams Clinical, Neuro- & Developmental Psychology 

Berno Bucker Innovation Exchange Amsterdam (IXA)  

Dr. Martin Gevonden Biological Psychology  

Dr. David Mann Motor Learning & Performance  

Dr. Maaike van Rest Clinical Child and Family Studies  

Dr. Melvyn Roerdink Coordination Dynamics  

Cor Stoof VU-AMS Development Team, TO3  

Prof.dr. Andreas Daffertshofer  Coordination dynamics  (portfolio holder research FGB, advisory member) 

The IB-FGB is supported by the FGB research policy officer Ravenna Aarnoutse.  
For questions to the IB-FGB, please contact her. The IB-FGB meets once every 6 weeks.