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11. Oct 2022

[Ref 3.2] Erstes Vorsingen? – Bewerben auf Professuren (November 24-25, 2022 | online)

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Das Referat 3.2 – Personalentwicklung bietet diesen Kurs an.

Ziel dieses Berufungstrainings ist es, die Teilnehmenden auf alle Phasen des Bewerbungsprozesses optimal vorzubereiten. Wir beschäftigen uns mit den nötigen Qualifikationen für eine Juniorprofessur oder Professur, den schriftlichen Bewerbungsunterlagen sowie mit inhaltlichen und strategischen Überlegungen für Berufungsvortrag, Lehrprobe und Kommissionsgespräch. Wir thematisieren dabei die wichtigsten Stationen und die kritischen Momente des Auswahlprozesses, typische Fragen im Kommissionsgespräch, mögliche Fallstricke während des Berufungsvortrags und der Lehrprobe, aber auch die ambivalenten Interessen innerhalb einer Berufungskommission. Darüber hinaus trainieren wir die erfolgreiche Selbstpräsentation sowie die Herausstellung der eigenen Qualifikationen in den verschiedenen Phasen des Berufungsverfahrens.

Zielgruppe

Postdocs aller Karrierestufen

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12. Sep 2022

[Ref 3.2] Gestärkt durch die Promotion: Mentalstrategien für Promovierende (Okt-Nov 2022 | online)

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Das Referat 3.2 – Personalentwicklung bietet diesen Kurs für die Zielgruppe der Promovierenden an.

Sie haben sich nach Ihrem Studium für eine wissenschaftliche Karriere entschieden? Eine Promotion kann ganz schön herausfordernd sein. Gar nicht so leicht, dabei einen kühlen Kopf zu bewahren. Wenn neben der Promotion noch weitere Faktoren hinzukommen, die den Stress erhöhen, kann sich das auf Ihre Leistungsfähigkeit auswirken und auch den Erfolg Ihrer Promotion beeinflussen. Zu den Faktoren, die den Druck in der Promotionsphase erhöhen, zählen bspw. Leistungsdruck in der Forschung und beim Publizieren, Zeit- und Termindruck, berufliche Unsicherheiten oder familiäre Verpflichtungen. Wie Sie es dennoch schaffen können, den Anforderungen Ihrer Promotionszeit gerecht zu werden und trotzdem in Balance zu bleiben?

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12. Sep 2022

[Ref 3.2] Was bedeutet Tenure Track? (October 21, 2022 | online)

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Das Referat 3.2 – Personalentwicklung bietet diesen Kurs an.

Tenure-Track-Stellen sind im deutschen akademischen System ein vergleichsweise neuer Karriereweg. Inhaber*innen einer Tenure-Track-Position erhalten nach dem erfolgreichen Abschluss ihrer Tenure-Phase direkt eine Dauerstelle, z. B. in Form einer Lebenszeitprofessur. Die Tenure-Track-Professur ist die konzeptionelle Weiterentwicklung der Juniorprofessur und daher sind die meisten Tenure-Track-Professuren in Deutschland mit einer Juniorprofessur verbunden; weniger üblich und bekannt sind Stellen im akademischen Mittelbau, z. B. als Senior Researcher oder Lecturer mit Tenure-Track. Der Workshop konzentriert sich auf Tenure-Track-Professuren in Deutschland.

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9. Sep 2022

Visit of Ethiopian and Ugandan project partners at MLU (September 2-7, 2022)

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Our project partners from Addis Ababa University (AAU), Ethiopia and Gulu University (GU), Uganda visited us for a workshop from September 2-7, 2022.

From the InGrA perspective and the subproject “Building up a Graduate Program Hub” we visited the iDiv research center and it’s graduate school yDiv and exchanged ideas about supervision agreements. We also visited the MPI of Microstructure Physics and it’s International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS-STNS) and discussed aspects of good scientific practice.

The workshop overall focused on exchange, report on the progress of the project and possible future perspectives. The workshop has been coordinated by Dr. T. Weirowski.

Guided tour at iDiv. (photo: N. Sachmerda-Schulz)

2. Sep 2022

Blog of doctoral students representation launched

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The blog of the doctoral students representation of the faculties of MLU has been launched recently. Please check out information and latest news at

https://blogs.urz.uni-halle.de/promovierendenvertretung/

(in German).

8. Aug 2022

Intelligent living in old age

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The hot stove, the forgotten pill: How can modern technologies make life easier for older people at home without overburdening them with technology and without patronizing them? A project of business informatics specialists and multimedia designers is developing new ideas for this.

Find out more about this project of one of MLU’s doctoral students at Campus Halensis.

15. Jun 2022

Doctoral students representation elected at MLU

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Update: Juliane Friedrichs has been elected as the doctoral students representative and Constanze Wandt-Ptasczynski as the deputy at the Akademischer Senat.

Congratulations! This year, the doctoral students representatives in all faculties have been elected for the first time. The election period is 01.09.22-31.08.24. Please find below an overview of all representatives.

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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.

9. May 2022

DFG approves second funding period of International Research Training Group “TreeDi”

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The Senate of the German Research Foundation (DFG) has approved the second funding period for the International Research Training Group “TreeDi – 林地 – Tree Diversity Interactions: The role of tree-tree interactions in local neighbourhoods in Chinese subtropical forests (GRK 2324)”.

The RTG focuses on the question of how trees interact and cooperate with each other within a forest, for example by exchanging nutrients via roots and fungal partners. The PhD projects are dedicated to the underlying processes and mechanisms of this cooperation.

The International Research Training Group “TreeDi – 林地 – Tree Diversity Interactions” is jointly operated by the MLU and the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS). Hosting institution is the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig.

Read more at press release 049/2022 of May 9, 2022 (in German) of MLU.

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27. Apr 2022

Election proposals for the doctoral students’ representations

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The election proposals for the 2022 university elections have now been published. These are the candidates you can vote for.

Please check the corresponding website (in German).

This year, the elections for the doctoral representatives will take place together with the university elections (senate, faculty councils), the elections for the equal opportunities colleges and the elections for the StuRa and the departmental councils as an internet-based online election (electronic election). Voting is possible from 09.05.2022 to 16.05.2022.

The doctoral representatives in all faculties will be elected in 2022.

If doctoral candidates are also employees or students of the university, they also have the right to vote for the university committees (senate, faculty councils).


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