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04.06.2024 - 11:45:07

mentoring³: Apply by 30 June for the next programme line for female doctoral researchers!

Female doctoral researchers from all subject groups at the University Alliance Ruhr can now apply for the next programme line in the mentoring³ …

04.06.2024 - 11:39:43

(Home) Training Days: "Die eigene Forschung für ein fachfremdes Publikum verständlich machen" on 27 June - register now!

In this workshop, participants will develop key messages, storylines and initial format ideas for communicating their research to a non-specialist …

29.04.2024 - 16:29:48

Transdisciplinarity and Science in Society. Training Program for Meaningful Science-Society Conversations on 22 & 23 May - register now!

Contemporary scientific and research practice no longer takes place exclusively in isolated disciplinary contexts, but in discussion and exchange …

29.04.2024 - 15:38:57

(Home) Training Days: "Time management" on 21 May - register now!

We all plan and organize our day somehow. So the question is not whether you want to do time and self-management, but how you do it. Heavy workloads, …

25.04.2024 - 10:27:41

(Home) Training Days: "Effective Project Management" on 24 & 31 May - register now!

“So many tasks! I don’t know where to start!”, is a common challenge when it comes to preparing for exams, writing homework assignments …

25.04.2024 - 10:08:33

Exchange on pursuing a doctorate with a disability/chronic illness on 7 May 2024 - register now !

The Inclusion Officer of the UDE and the GC Plus once again invite you to a digital exchange on the topic of doing a doctorate with a disability …

05.03.2024 - 11:39:21

(Home) Training Days: "Identity and integrity as a researcher" on 28 March - register now!

The decision to do a doctorate often brings about great changes in life. Apart from content-related and academic challenges, however, questions …

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Early career researchers in portrait

Introducing ...

In this series, we portray early career researchers of the University of Duisburg-Essen at irregular intervals. Have an inspiring read!

Foto von Katarzyna Jendrzey auf dem Campus der QUT
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Introducing ... Katarzyna Jendrzey Of research and freedom

In her doctoral project at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Katarzyna Jendrzey is investigating how migration is addressed and perceived in children's books. Since April 2018 she has been researching and doing her doctorate in the Research Group “Sozialisationsforschung” (Faculty of Educational Sciences). Now the social scientist is in Australia for four months to improve her language skills. Afterwards she will travel to the ISA Conference in Brazil in summer and will present her first paper there.

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Dr. Stephane Kenmoe während eines Vortrags am International Centre for Theoretical Physics
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Introducing ... Dr. Stéphane Kenmoe Promoting Science in Cameroon

Dr. Stéphane Kenmoe has been working as a postdoctoral researcher at the Chair of Theoretical Chemistry at the University of Duisburg-Essen for three years. Born in 1984 in Cameroon, he is actively involved in promoting African early career researchers and building networks. In his home country, he is known for TV appearances in which he explains scientific phenomena in a generally understandable and humorous way.

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