Lincy Scholten


Lincy Scholten has been part of the research group Living and Wellbeing since 1 May 2024. Her research primarily focuses on support for people in socially vulnerable positions.


After her research master in social and cultural science, Lincy worked at Impuls – the Netherlands center for social care research at Radboudumc. There she conducts her PhD research about what people living in persistent poverty need to improve their quality of life. Lincy is also part of the ETHOS-light team.

Fields of expertise

  • (Persistent) poverty
  • Quantitative analyses
  • Mixed-method research

Lincy Scholten

  • Lecturer-researcher
  • Research group: Living and Wellbeing