SFB 829 – measures & activities
Workshops for PhD and Postdocs
Those are Workshops to develop assertive and self-confident communication strategies (e.g. the KEPOS course) All Workshops offered by the SFB 829 are free of charge!
Individual career coaching
The University of Cologne and particularly the Department for Academic Staff Development offers a diverse portfolio of mentoring programs for female scientists at different career levels. For more information please visit their website.
Grants for Female Postdocs
The Grant was constructed to increase the representation of female scientists in leadership positions and to foster the scientific independence of women.
There are different activities that can be joined to get in contact with extraordinary women in biological science, e.g. “Cewis” or “Ladies in Science”)
Maternity leave fellowships
To support women facing maternity leave they can ask for a fellowship to get a assistance for the everyday lab routines.
Women in Science and Society
This is a lecture series that brings prominet female scientists to Cologne to discuss science and the role of female sientists in society. You will find more Information here: WISAS
For any enquiries please contact Louisa Blettenberg (email@example.com). Information (dates and deadlines) are also provided regulary through our email list.
University of Cologne – measures & activities
The Female Career Centre (FCC) offers the opportunity of systematically enhancing the professional and personal profiles by attending seminars and workshops. In these courses, external trainers convey valuable specialized and insider information relevant to first degree and PhD programs and/or various professions. The objective is to make participants more aware of own abilities and to assist them in better presenting these while also showing them how to employ these to advantage in various professional fields. Course fees can be supported by the SFB 829. For the new course schedule please see the attached Flyer.
Cornelia Harte Mentoring
The Gender Commissioner Office of the University of Cologne lunched the Cornelia Harte Mentoring (CHM) program in 2001 for doctoral candidates and students. Meanwhile the CHM program got expanded and covers now also Postdocs, assistant professors and heads of research groups in medicine for different target groups and career paths:
CHM 2001: for advanced students without doctoral projects and doctoral candidates from all faculties (with the exception of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences) with primarily non-university career goals.
CHM STEM: for advanced students without doctoral projects and doctoral candidates from the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and other STEM areas with primarily non-university career goals.
CHM PRO: for advanced doctoral candidates, postdocs and habilitands with career goals in academia & research.
Further Mentoring Programs
The menagement program consist of seminars on leadership, time management, delegation, professional appearance, communication and conflict management. Significant components of this development process are the technical guidance from experienced trainers, intensive group work and feedback sessions as well as the personal and professional exchange among the participants. Please follow the Link for more Information.
Female Scientists Program
The Female Scientists Programs are supporting the career of postdoc female academics. The funds will be granted for consumables, small devices, research or students assistants and reimbursement of child care costs. Please follow the Link for more information or see the flyer attached.
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