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drs. H.P. Reijsoo

Staff member Education Policy
drs. H.P. Reijsoo

Nowadays (I am happy that) I'm involved in public governance.

But before...
Drs Henk P. Reysoo, born in 1955, graduated in 1984 from the University of Groningen, The Netherlands, with a MSc in Experimental Psychology.

In the subfaculty of Psychology he was involved in the motor development of children and was co-author of the ABC-test, a practical test to measure the motor development of children age 6-10. Several articles in this field were published.

Henk Reysoo became an employee in the Interfaculty of Management & Organization in September 1985. He supported the research policy in several ways. Organized conferences for the NOBO (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Bedrijfskundig Onderzoek), activated students to get involved in the research at the faculty and kept track of the research output. Several times he was secretary of visiting committees.

Started part-time work in 1990. Assisted in the research funding and in the Eritrea-project as well.
In 1996 he got involved in the Research School SOM as administrator. Due to his political career this ended in 1998 when he became alderman in the municipality of Bedum (North of Groningen). During this period he worked one day pro week lecturing in the BIO-courses.

After 4 years Henk returned to the faculty. Due to several circumstances his career got a new start in 2003 in the municipality of Hoogezand-Sappemeer and again his appointment reduced to 20%.

In 2008 he moved to (again) to the municipality of Bedum again, but now as "griffier".

Nowadays Henk is an employee at the ECS department. His activities varies from contributing to the staff magazine “Febrations” to the monitoring of personal photos at the employee-pages on the website.

Other activities:
(see overview 'nevenfuncties' at
Henk was the founding father of the BIG DEAL (today “Risk”), a student investment club at the stock market. In his private life he is active in several fields.

Last modified:23 October 2019 4.50 p.m.

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