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11. Apr 2024

[IAMO GS] Developing Intercultural Competence for the Global Workplace (April 24-25, 2024)

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There are free slots in a workshop organised by the IAMO Graduate School.

The ability to communicate interculturally is also becoming a key competence for many career paths within and outside academia in today’s networked and globalized working world. This two-day workshop offers valuable insights for self-regulated cultural learning and enhances intercultural competence in diverse settings. Participants get equipped with essential skills and tools in cross-cultural negotiation and conflict management. 

The workshop is held by Alexia Petersen, a Canadian with multicultural background. Alexia teaches workshops on intercultural communication at the RWTH Aachen (Aachen University) and is frequently invited to teach at other universities throughout Germany and abroad.

This workshop is open to doctoral researches at all stages of their doctorates. The topic is particularly relevant for all doctoral candidates who (want to) work in an international working environment.

If you want to join, please send a short email to the coordinator, Franziska Schaft ().

4. Apr 2024

Communication & presentation in the academic context: How to be confident and persuasive (May 29, 2024)

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Whether small talk or academic subject presentation – the ability to present oneself adequately and to communicate one’s concerns effectively is a deciding factor of career related success in academia.

With a few fundamental strategies for communication and presentation techniques it is possible to illustrate complex data in a context relevant way, to convince others, to win supporters and thus reach the respectively set goals.

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2. Apr 2024

Alleinstellung und Geistiges Eigentum schützen: Erfindungen, Patente, Marken u. Co. (16. Mai, 2024 | online)

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Das Referat 3.2 – Personalentwicklung bietet diesen Kurs gemeinsam mit der InGrA für die Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler der MLU an.

In dieser Online-Veranstaltung werden die Grundzüge des gewerblichen Rechtschutzes vermittelt und ein Schwerpunkt auf die den Umgang mit Arbeitsergebnissen und Know-how gelegt. Voraussetzungen und Prozesse der schutzrechtlichen Sicherung von geistigem Eigentum werden dargestellt und die Rechte und Pflichten von Hochschulbeschäftigten im Zusammenhang mit Erfindungen beleuchtet. Zudem werden das Vorgehen und Werkzeuge zur Schutzrechtrecherche demonstriert und die Anlaufstellen in der Universität vorgestellt, die Angehörige bei Fragen der schutzrechtlichen Sicherung, Recherchen sowie bei der Überführung von Ergebnissen in die Wirtschaft unterstützen, etwa durch Lizenzierung an die Industrie oder Gründung forschungsbasierter Unternehmen aus der Universität.

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18. Mar 2024

Bachelor, Master, Promotion … und dann? (11. April 2024 | online)

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Am 11.04.2024 findet von 16:30 Uhr bis 18:30 Uhr eine Online-Veranstaltung zum Thema „Karriereweg: Professur“ statt, bei der Sie Einblicke in das Berufsbild einer Professur erhalten. Es werden die Voraussetzungen und Unterschiede zwischen Universitäts- und Hochschulprofessuren näher untersucht und als Highlight berichten Professor:innen der Hochschule Anhalt, der Hochschule Magdeburg-Stendal und der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg über ihre persönlichen Karrierewege. 

Für weitere Informationen inklusive Anmeldung nutzen Sie bitte den Link zur Veranstaltung.

Der Workshop wird durch das CASE-Team Sachsen-Anhalt in Kooperation mit der InGrA durchgeführt.

Ort und Zeit

  • Ort: online, ZOOM-Link nach Anmeldung
  • Datum: 11. April 2024
  • Zeit: 16:30-18:30 Uhr
  • Registrierung bis 08.04.24

14. Mar 2024

The complete job application package – English (May 7, 2024)

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Goal

How to find a job in the public / private sector in English – The Complete Package

Agenda

  • What are your hard strengths and soft strengths and when are they relevant in the job application process?
  • How can you write a good covering letter? Techniques, theory and practice
  • Here you will have the opportunity to get some feedback on a one-to-one basis with respect to your CV in English. You send your CV to the trainer who will give you personalised feedback .
  • Difficult questions in job interviews in English – what are they and how can you answer them?
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6. Mar 2024

[OVGU] Die eigene Zukunft gestalten: Karriereplanung – (20.-21.03.2024)

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Es gibt freie Restplätze in einem Workshop der Graduiertenakademie der Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg.

Inhalte:

  • Karriereoptionen in Wirtschaft, Verwaltung, etc.
  • Biographische Verankerung von Qualifikationen und Kompetenzen
  • Werte als individuelle „Treiber“ der Berufs- und Lebensplanung
  • Spielregeln, Einflussfaktoren, Planbarkeit einer Karriere in der Wirtschaft und andernorts
  • Berufswünsche und Visionen – Stimmigkeit von Wunsch und Realität
  • Vereinbarkeit von Beruf und Privatleben/Familie
  • Beruflicher Netzwerkaufbau und pflege
  • Konkretisierung planbarer Schritte auf dem Weg ins  Berufsleben
  • Kreative Stellensuche – Informieren und Zupacken
  • Nächster Schritt: Bewerbungsverfahren, -interview, -unterlagen

Kursleiter:

Dr. Matthias Merkelbach

Kurssprache ist Deutsch. Es handelt sich im einen Präsenzkurs.

Mehr Informationen und Anmeldungen bitte hier.

5. Mar 2024

English Academic Writing: The Ground Rules of Writing Well (April 25, 26 and 29, 2024)

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This workshop addresses junior scholars from the social sciences, economics, and the humanities who have good command of the English language, seek to improve their English writing skills, and strive to make their academic papers more idiomatic. The workshop seeks to create an awareness of the typical patterns of non-idiomatic writing to which non-native authors writing in English – and especially German-speaking academics – are prone and equip the participants with strategies to avoid these pitfalls.

The workshop will be held on three days (two days in person; a half day online, during which you will receive individual feedback). It will be conducted in English by two trainers who have a professional background in the social sciences and many years of experience in teaching English academic writing and in translating and editing academic texts by German-speaking scholars. 

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14. Feb 2024

[IAMO GS] Thesis Defense Training (February 28-29, 2024)

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There are free slots in the following workshop organised by the IAMO Graduate School.

This workshop is aimed at doctoral candidates who want to engage in intensive preparation for their disputation. With practical tips and exercises, the participants learn how to structure their introductory presentation, how to build up the central argument, how to deal with criticism, “killer-questions”, stage fright and black-outs, etc. Up to three participants get the chance to practice their full presentation. More information and registration details are available here.

This workshop prepares you intensively and compactly for your defense and is especially recommended for doctoral researchers who are in their third year or above.

If you want to join, please send a short email to the coordinator, Franziska Schaft ().

5. Feb 2024

Clear at glance – Designing Effective Academic Posters (April 9, 2024)

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Poster sessions are an integral part of almost every scientific conference. Their purpose is to highlight research results, visualize them, and stimulate discussion. To draw your audience in, you need a crystal-clear message, 
a text format optimized for best legibility and well-chosen graphics. And above all, you need to think well through how to organize, arrange and illustrate your research content for a printed or digital poster format.

Basic rules of graphic design and layout technique will help you to present your work in a visually well-structured and compelling way. The training shows you how to present your research efficiently and provides time to put directly into practice what you have learned. 

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15. Jan 2024

Introduction to Statistics and R (March 11-12 and 18-19, 2024)

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Content

R has become a leading statistical programming language in data science and statistics. The R software is free, highly extensible, and allows to easily produce publication-quality plots. The aim of this course is to equip participants with the basic skills to effectively use the software R, embedded in the user interface RStudio. These skills will cover data import, processing and data exploration, graphical representations with ggplot2, basic concepts of statistical inference and linear regression. All topics will be demonstrated in working examples and practiced with hands on examples.

In the first two days we are going to teach the basic functionality of R, RStudio, and ggplot2. Day three and four are dedicated to the application of statistical tests, which will be extended to linear mixed-effects models.

Specific Topics

Part I (March 11 and 12)

  • Introduction to R and RStudio
  • Data types (vectors, data frames, matrices, lists, factors)
  • Explorative data analysis
  • Creating functions and data manipulation
  • Creating and customizing plots with ggplot2

Part II (March 18 and 19)

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