Past Events and Activities

16 December 2016
Diversity in Dialogue

This course reports on current projects of the working groups and offers a workshop on networking and implementation planning led by a coach.


29 February 2016
Conference: Qualified female migrants – an asset for the economy and society (Ger)

In presentations and panel discussions with researchers, managers, diversity managers and the interested public, problems and success factors regarding the inclusion of qualified female migrants in businesses, organisations and universities will be addressed.
 


26 June 2015
International Conference: Japan and the World

This three-day conference takes place at the Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context" at the beginning of July. The international conference at Heidelberg University addresses Japan's opening up to the world in the 19th century and the influences of its reforms on world history.
 


2 to 4 March 2015
Workshop Women in Optimization (Ger)

This workshop is aimed at young female researchers, female doctoral students and students in mathematics. In addition to lectures by renowned speakers, different career models will be presented.
Venue: Akademie der Wissenschaften Heidelberg, Karlsplatz, 69117 Heidelberg
 


23 and 24 January 2015
Federal Ministry of Education and Research-Kompetenznetz "Dorisea" – Dynamics of Religion in Southeast Asia

With the conference "Kaleidoscopes of Religion: Southeast Asia and Beyond" the network enters into dialogue with researchers.
Contributors: Prof. Dr. Annette Hornbacher, Prof. Dr. Guido Sprenger, PD Dr. Volker Gottowik, Eva Sevenig, M.A.

 


 

13 October 2014, 9am-12pm
Care for caregivers – Employees who care for relatives: What do they need? (Ger)

The aim of this course is to raise awareness for the issue as well as to offer information and concrete assistance. The University functions as organiser as partner in the "Bündnis für Familie Heidelberg".
 


22 September 2014, 8:30am-4pm
Global health, international relations and gender: How to govern global challenges?

The event focuses on themes such as international relations, global health issues and gender equality.
Organiser: BISA, evaplan GmbH
 


23 July 2014, 7pm
Lecture series "Research for Tomorrow": Who should decide? European perspectives on advance directives (Ger)

By comparing legislative texts, parliamentary debates and medical as well as public discussion, and by interviews with doctors, Ruth Horn sheds light on social specifics in England, Germany and France.
Speaker: Dr. Ruth Horn
 


8 July 2014, 9am-12pm
How do I finance and organise care for relatives? (Ger)

The course offers information on financial and legal aspects relating to the care of relatives. As partner in the "Bündnis für Familie Heidelberg" (Alliance for Family Heidelberg), the University functions as organiser.
Speaker: Kerstin Olenik-Kramer
 


27 June 2014, 9am-12pm
Impulses for equal opportunities – Implementing the Gender Action Plan 2013-2017 (Ger)

This course informs about implementation planning regarding the Gender Action Plan and discusses possibilities of participation.
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Jadranka Gvozdanovic
 


12 June 2014, 9:30am-4:30pm
Conference: Female experts of the future. Part I: Generation Y and a new way of life (Ger)

Institute of Educational Science, Room 007, Akademiestraße 3, 69117 Heidelberg
Organised by denkerinnen.de / Prof. Dr. Katja Patzel-Mattern, Department of History / Prof. Dr. Monika Buhl, Institute of Educational Science / Equal Opportunities Office

Conference video
 


28 March 2014, 9am-12pm
Legal bases and fields of activity in diversity management (Ger)

It is the aim of this course to provide orientation in the field of legal and institutional regulations concerning issues of diversity.
Speaker: Timo Mifka
 


14 March 2014, 9am-11am
Genderbudgeting – concept for a gender-specific use-of-potential analysis of funds (Ger)

The event addresses executive directors of special research fields. Its aim is to inform about the basics of a financial management oriented towards gender equality.

 


 

31 January 2014, 10am-5pm
Career Advice intensive

This event focuses on the possibilities, planning and realisation of an academic career. An experienced coach is available for individual and intensive counselling.
 


12 December 2013, 3pm-4:45pm
Lecture: Women's career paths – success factors and stumbling blocks (Ger)

The lecture, in a practical and witty manner, sheds light on major stumbling blocks on women's career paths and the factors that help you go your own way successfully.
Lecture and discussion with Sigrid Meuselbach, coach and business mediator
 


6 December 2013, 10am-12pm
Forum "Equal Opportunity Competence" – Journal-Club

Discussing research on the topics of gender studies or equal opportunity contributes to professionalization within the university. Through exchange (of information), competences in gender equality will be mobilized and resources for organisational development will be secured on all levels.
 


23 November 2013, 10am-4pm
Practicing appointment processes in a realistic manner (Ger)

This training offer prepares you, in an individual and targeted manner, for the appointment lecture and your interview with the appointments committee.
 


22 November 2013, 10am-2pm
Advanced training seminar: Equal opportunity in appointments committees and in other personnel selection processes (Ger)

The seminar teaches methods of approaching applicants in appointment procedures and other personnel selection processes in a gender-fair manner.
Speaker: Dr. Edit Kirsch-Auwärter
 


15 November 2013, 10:15am-5pm
Advanced training seminar: Gender and diversity competence in everyday working life at a university (Ger)
Module 4: Diversity Management

This programme imparts knowledge and skills relating to the versatile range of tasks of equal opportunity commissioners and institutions for equal opportunities and diversity. Registration required.
Speaker: Dr. Isabell Lisberg-Haag
 


7 November 2013, 7pm
Lecture: German feminism – a critical discourse history (Ger)

As part of the lecture series "Research for Tomorrow", Miriam Gebhardt is going to look at the historical conditions surrounding the German women's movement and ask at what point a discursive narrowing of this issue took place.
Speaker: Professor Dr. Miriam Gebhardt / University of Konstanz
 


25 October 2013, 9am-5pm
Science goes public (Ger)

This event is aimed at female researchers who would like to go public with their relevant subjects. The advanced training seminar focuses, among others things, on how to prepare a scientific topic for presentation to a wider public.
Speaker: Beate Hofmann, coach and advisor from "Bremer Medienbüro"
 


18 October 2013, 1pm-3pm
Advanced training seminar: Gender and diversity competence in everyday working life at a university (Ger)
Module 3.2: Appointment processes from the perspective of gender equality

This programme imparts knowledge and skills relating to the versatile range of tasks of equal opportunity commissioners and institutions for equal opportunities and diversity.
 


18 October 2013, 10:30am-12pm
Advanced training seminar: Gender and diversity competence in everyday working life at a university (Ger)
Module 3.1: Higher education management in the field of gender equality

This programme imparts knowledge and skills relating to the versatile range of tasks of equal opportunity commissioners and institutions for equal opportunities and diversity.

 


 

25 April 2013, 10am-12pm
Forum "Increasing Competences through/with Equal Opportunities" – Journal Club

In this forum, we will discuss the contents of current research reports from the field of gender studies, statements from expert groups or the "classics" of gender equality research.
 


April 2013
Newsletter "Gender and Diversity" (Ger)

Read more about the first findings of the project "Perspektiven nach der Promotion" (Prospects after the doctorate), the advanced training series "Gender- und Diversitykompetenz im Berufsalltag einer Universität" (Gender and diversity competence in everyday working life at a university) and much more.
 


13 November, 4 December 2012 and 15 January, 19 February 2013, 6pm-9pm
Conference Room, 1st floor, Heidelberg Center for American Studies, Hauptstraße 120, 69117 Heidelberg
Peer Coaching
with Ute Jülly (registration required)
 


29 January 2013, 10am-5pm
Equal Opportunities Office, Hauptstraße 126, 69117 Heidelberg
Career Advice Intensive
with Dr. Beate Scholz (Bonn)
 


 

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