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9. Nov 2022

Wegbereiterinnen: Frauen in den Naturwissenschaften (17. November 2022)

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Gender und Diversität in den Fachkulturen der Physik

by Prof. Dr. Martina Erlemann

Department of Physics, Freie Universität Berlin

Dass das Geschlecht von Forschenden in der Physik den Karriereerfolg beeinflussen kann, auch wenn es eigentlich keine Rolle spielen sollte, ist hinlänglich bekannt. Allerdings können auch soziale Herkunft, Migrationshintergrund und weitere Diversitätskategorien Auswirkungen auf eine wissenschaftliche Karriere haben. Der Vortrag wird einige Forschungsbefunde aus der Gender- und Diversitätsforschung zur Physik vorstellen. Ein besonderer Schwerpunkt wird dabei auf Studien zu Arbeitsplatzkulturen in der Physik gelegt.

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26. Oct 2022

Take 5 minutes to rock your mental health

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Dr. Hendrik Huthoff, coordinator of the UniWiND group on mental health, has written a song about mental health together with Maik Goth and published it on YouTube. Be sure to listen and share!
Watch the music video.

18. Oct 2022

[Junge Akademie] Yang-Mills Theorien: Existenz und Massenlücke (18. November 2022)

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Die Junge Akademie lädt hiermit herzlich zur Abschlussveranstaltung der bundesweiten Reihe „Die 7 größten Abenteuer der Mathematik“ ein. Initiatorinnen der Reihe unter der Schirmherrschaft der Bundesministerin für Bildung und Forschung Bettina Stark-Watzinger sind Die Junge Akademie und die Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung.

Nach sechs erfolgreichen Veranstaltungen zu den größten Problemen der Mathematik, den Millennium-Problemen, findet die letzte Veranstaltung am 18.11.2022 in Berlin statt. In ihrem Fachvortrag wird Jun.-Prof. Dr. Elina Fuchs (Leibniz Universität Hannover) über die Yang-Mills-Theorien sprechen. In der anschließenden Diskussionsrunde wird eine Bilanz der Veranstaltungsreihe gezogen.

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10. Oct 2022

[IAMO] Picture a scientist (October 11, 2022)

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When you picture a scientist – what do you see? 

The documentary PICTURE A SCIENTIST takes on the question why it still often is the male white scientist that comes to our minds when we hear the word „scientist“.  In this film, leading female scientists in STEM take the audience on a journey through the experiences of their academic careers – as women of science. 

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7. Jun 2022

Career paths of academics

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The newly released website Wissen Schafft Karriere (in German) provides a general overview of career paths in science as well as specific opportunities for a career at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU).

So what does a career in science at MLU look like? A doctorate is often the beginning of an academic career towards a professorship. And yet, the doctorate opens up many other career opportunities, both at MLU and at many other institutions.

The compatibility of family and career or one’s own health have a significant impact on professional development and career. The website also illustrates this and show support options in working life through MLU.

Last but not least, you will find statutes, regulations and templates for various decisions and guidelines relating to career options and organisation at MLU.

3. Jun 2022

[FH Kiel] Career paths of women towards FH/HAW professorships (June 24, 2022 | online)

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Female professors and equal opportunities officers of the universities of applied sciences in Schleswig-Holstein cordially invite female professional practitioners, postdocs, doctoral candidates and other interested parties to an open exchange about the job description, hiring requirements and paths to a professorship.

Terms and registration

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23. May 2022

MLU Mentoring Program for doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers

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Shape your scientific career path in a self-determined way! – The MLU Mentoring Program will accompany you on your way. 

Are you a doctoral student or postdoctoral researcher at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and are striving for a career in academia? Do you want to shape your career path in a self-determined and solution-oriented way and network with other scientists? Great goals are best achieved together.

What can you expect in the mentoring program?
  • One-to-one mentoring with established female professors
  • Networking with other scientists from all faculties at MLU.
  • (digital) workshops on key qualifications
  • (digital) collegial counseling as a group dynamic element
What else do you need to know?
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17. May 2022

[FEMPOWER@MLU] Open Call: Professionalization through Coaching

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Update: Still funds available.

Participants are supported in identifying and developing their potential and making the best use of opportunities, thus successfully realizing the path to a scientific leading position. Questions about the development and genesis of a professional identity as a scientist or university professor are just as important as aspects of coping with specific qualification requirements and further life and career planning, whereby the compatibility of family and academic career also plays an important role.

Read more (in German)

18. Mar 2022

[FEMPOWER] Interactive lunch lectures series “Wissen(schaftler*innen) verbinden” (March-November 2022)

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17. Jan 2022

Support for young scientists with care responsibilities

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Individuals who care for children or family members and teach and conduct research at the same time are currently facing very special challenges, as the Corona pandemic continues to result in frequent caregiver absences.

Please check the following document for your application to student assistant funds via FEMPOWER@MLU, a project of the Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity (website) at MLU.

Numerous studies show that the care of (younger) children and the care of relatives in particular leads to considerable burdens for the persons concerned and consequently to strong delays in their qualification and further career steps. The Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity would like to mitigate this disadvantage in the form of personnel support by research assistants.

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