Doctoral students seminar (July 11, 2022) – postponed

Torsten John will give a summary of his PhD project Amyloid peptides near biologically relevant interfaces (project B01 of our SFB) and share his experiences from the Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting that he attended the week before.

hybrid seminar: 1.16 at VSP1 (Halle) + zoom
date: July 11, 15.00

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[BEAM] Voice and Body (June 14-15, 2022)

Integral to voice and body training is the central idea that physical and vocal dynamics are connected to the speaker’s motivation and to the importance of the information being communicated. The trainer has a professional theatre background, which is a unique benefit for the participants to help identify the verbal challenges of each speaker, giving attention to breath, articulation, intonation, volume, modulation and tempo. The Training is given to improve non-verbal aspects such as gesture, positioning, distance, eye contact and relationship with media. The trainer input will provide the opportunity to gain new insights in effective communication and learn how to present yourself more effectively and to make the best impression and strongest impact.
Participants monitor their improvement and implement feedback through active role-play exercises in which they present themselves.

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Insights behind the CV: Kirstin Erath (24.06.2022, 12.30-14.00)

You are warmly invited to join the informal career talk by Kristin Erath! Successful scientists share their experiences as a woman in natural science and tell the story behind their official CV. After the talk there will be enough time for informal discussion and networking.

Target audience are (female) natural scientists from our university and related institutes. Male scientist are invited as well since most career issues and the balance of academic career and family also affect men.

Date: June 24, 2022
12.30-14.00
VDP 3, room 1.12

3G only: vaccinated, recovered or (self-)tested! (So, we can enjoy some snacks!)