First of all, we cordially like to welcome you! As Graduate School of Social Sciences (GGG) we will accompany you during your PhD studies and support you to the best of our abilities.
Here you can find important information on the procedure of doing a PhD. Even though mainly intended for newcomers, this column contains information relevant to experienced PhD students, … Weiterlesen
The German Research Foundation´s (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG) recommendations for safeguarding good scientific practice were recently updated to guidelines, which have now been published online. … Weiterlesen
Staying in academia is only one option, as a doctorate (in the field of social sciences) opens up far more possibilities: On average, 15% of PhD graduates work in academia, 70% are employed in enterprises and 12% work in the public sector. In order to show you some of these options, alumni talked about their own experience on the way to and in positions outside academia on May 20th 2019 … Weiterlesen
The qualification program of GGG includes course about self- and social competences, competences needed for your PhD project and professional skills.
In the fourth quarter 2019 we offer „Creative Career Management“, „How to Understand ,German Academic Culture’. An Attempt of Explanation“ as well as „,Ich krieg’ die Krise!’ Krisen und Konflikte währen der Promotion gut bewältigen“. … Weiterlesen
On November, 14, 2019, the Centre for Statistics will offer a short course on „Introduction to Statistics for PhD students“. The course will give an overview on data formats, summary statistics, graphical visualization, statistical inference, statistical tests and analysis of variance (ANOVA).
When: November 14, 10.00-13.00 h
Where: Humboldtallee 3, seminar room 0.104 (ground floor)
Who’s lecturing: Dr. … Weiterlesen
The Göttingen Graduate School of Social Sciences provides support measures and scholarships for PhD students of social sciences. Right now, you can apply for support with flexible application deadlines, such as the emergency grant and support concerning a PhD students’ forum. … Weiterlesen
Are you interested in a career beyond research and teaching? If so, mentoring might be right for you. The program „KaWirMento – Career Paths into the Business Sector“ aims at supporting late-stage doctoral students and postdocs of the Göttingen Campus interested in a career in the private sector. Within the one-year program, participants receive one-to-one mentoring with a manager from a regional company, … Weiterlesen
In cooperation with Göttingen International, the four Graduate Schools at Göttingen University will organise the International PhD Day on October 9, 2019. We will offer a short workshop on German Academic Culture, an entertaining guided city tour (in English, of course), and a guided tour to the Experimental Botanical Garden at the university’s north campus. During the day, … Weiterlesen
How to find a job that matches your skillset? Where are the jobs that you are looking for?
Which job research strategy is suitable for your individual career goal?
Within this lecture, you will gain professional insights on different research strategies for qualified jobs. Your trainer Simon Chaplin shows a wide range of possibilities where and how to find the job that matches your interests, … Weiterlesen
The Equal Opportunities and Diversity Unit of the University of Göttingen has published a brochure: It presents the diversity-oriented projects and measures, that are implemented on centralized and decentralized levels of the university in a clear and bundled way. In this way, the university’s diversity strategy becomes concrete. … Weiterlesen
Lehre inklusiv gedacht – inklusiv gestaltet: Sprechstunde, Lehrmaterialien, Moderationstechniken, Prüfungen (Teaching – thought and designed inclusively: Consultation hours, teaching materials, moderation skills, examinations) New date: September 13, 2019, registration until August 30, 2019 A cooperation of the Equal Opportunities and Diversity Unit with the Division of Teaching in Learning in Higher Education, … Weiterlesen
What is discrimination? Where does it start and how can it be recognized? What can be done, if it is recognized, and who can be contacted at the University of Göttingen? The new website “Guide: Dealing with discrimination at the University of Göttingen” deals with these questions. It offers helpful information to interested persons and those affected by discrimination. … Weiterlesen
Please keep in mind that once this newsletter is issued, the registration period for the next courses has started: It is now possible for PhD students to register for the GGG courses taking place during the fourth quarter of 2019.
This newsletter is published four times a year. It is available for PhD students and supervisors of social sciences, … Weiterlesen