Professor Derrick Gosselin elected fellow of the Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences

(16-07-2021) The Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences (RAOS) is an independent, multidisciplinary, national, and international forum serving science in overseas countries.

Professor Derrick Gosselin was officially elected associated member of the Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences in the section of Engineering and Technical Sciences. He receives this award and nomination for his important contributions and knowledge in the field of international management and development.

The Royal Academy of Overseas Sciences (RAOS) was founded in 1928 and is today the only official bilingual Royal Academy in Belgium. It is also a meeting place and a space for debate between scientists from North and South. It contributes to the promotion of research and the dissemination of knowledge about overseas countries, both in these countries and in Belgium. Finally, RAOS contributes to the promotion of Belgian scientific research.