Raising your visibility through committee work
- Event location:
- Graduate Academy
- Target groups:
- Doctoral candidates
- Junior Research Group Leaders
Researchers aiming for a leading position in academia are often faced with a dilemma: the so-called rush-hour of life. They are expected to distinguish themselves in the academic field, publish excellent papers and successfully obtain third-party funding, while at the same time juggling work and family life. Not surprisingly, many regard requests to join a panel (and thus an internal positioning) as an additional burden whose benefits are uncertain.
- When participating in university panels can be beneficial.
- Which pitfalls one should be aware of.
- How to successfully position oneself (including one’s own agenda) in such a context.
- Talk with discussion, questions & answers
Participants must be prepared to work via Zoom (the link will be sent about a week before the event). You will need your own computer with appropriate Internet access as well as a camera, a microphone, and speakers.
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Dr. Isabelle Schulze
Stabsstelle Forschungs- und Graduiertenförderung
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Dr. Beate Scholz
Dr. Scholz works internationally as a strategy consultant, trainer, facilitator and coach at universities and research institutions. She previously worked at the German Research Foundation (DFG) as Head of Scientific Careers and Promotion of Young Researchers.
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