Gender equality

SFB1324, Heidelberg University and its partner institutions are committed to gender equality, diversity and  a family friendly working environment. For support within the framework of the SFB1324 please contact the management office: sfb1324@uni-heidelberg.de

SFB1324 actions

Dr. Kerstin Mauth   "Getting to yes: Negotiating with power and clarity"

The SFB1324 organizes the two day workshop for female scientists on July 4th and 5th 2019.
 
Workshop goals:

  • Raise participants awareness of the importance of negotiating with power
  • Provide participants with practical tools to prepare for and conduct difficult conversations with more power
  • Support participants to move past their usual stopping points
  • Empower participants to communicate with more clarity

 

 

The SFB1324 supports the 7th Minisymposium Ladies' Science Club. The Ladies Science Club, was originally started by Kerstin Bartscherer in 2012 , now at the Hubrecht institute in Utrecht. It is a group of female professors and group leaders from Germany and Europe that meet annually to talk about their science and careers.

 

March 28-29, 2019 in Göttingen

 

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Programs supporting women scientists

Conferences

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https://www.girls-day.de/

28. März 2019

Participating Institutions: Heidelberg University, KIT, DKFZ, EMBL, University of Göttingen

 

 

 

 

Responding to Evolving Challenges: Best Practices for Women Leadership in Academia

13-14 May, 2019 / Malmö University

Conference for women in leadership positions at universities and research organizations, gender experts and members of higher education networks

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#fempostdoc

Wissenschaftlerinnen in der PostDoc-Phase: Das Barcamp – Nürnberg, 3./4. Juli 2019

Official logo of the I, Scientist Conference

https://www.iscientist.berlin/

20-21 September, 2019 / Technische Universität Berlin

Conference on gender, career paths and networking in science