Events im Wintersemester 2022/23

Auf der rechten Seite finden Sie bereits einen Überblick über die verschiedenen Veranstaltungen, die wir regelmäßig anbieten. Diese umfassen Workshops, Kultur- und Orientierungsveranstaltungen und die jährlich stattfindenden European Doctoral Summer Schools.

Unten aufgelistet finden Sie das aktuelle Programm und hier haben wir Ihnen Tipps zum Arbeiten in Gruppen mit Zoom bereitgestellt, welche auf unseren bisherigen Erfahrungen basieren.
Zur Durchführung der Online-Veranstaltungen verwenden wir WWUzoom. Hinweise zum Datenschutz hier.

Der Anmeldebeginn für das Wintersemester 2022/23 ist am 12.09.2022 um 19 Uhr
Ausnahme:
30.09.2022 & 07.10.2022 / 09:00–13:00 / Selbstbehauptung in Machtzirkeln für Wissenschaftlerinnen
Anmeldebeginn: 29.08.2022 um 19 Uhr

  • 30.09.2022 & 07.10.2022 / 09:00–13:00 / Selbstbehauptung in Machtzirkeln für Wissenschaftlerinnen

    PROMOVENDINNEN, POSTDOKTORANDINNEN


    Zentrales Thema ist das selbstbehauptende Auftreten von Frauen & Männern in von Männern dominierten Arbeitsumfeldern bzw. Machtzirkeln. Diese sog. homosozialen Männerbünde und deren Habiten & Riten gerade auf Führungs- und wissenschaftlicher Leitungsebene (Stichwort „Spiele der Macht“) werden greifbar vermittelt und die Bedeutsamkeit der eigenen, mentalen Haltung und Körperhaltung (Embodiment) für ein erfolgreiches Auftreten erlebbar gemacht.

    Zentrale Arbeitsthemen sind:

    • Männlicher Habitus & Ritus
    • Stereotypes Verhalten auf oberster Machtebene („Spiele der Macht“)
    • Wahrnehmung der inneren, mentalen, oft unbewussten Haltung zu mir selbst
    • Die untrennbare Verbindung aus körperlicher und mentaler Ebene (Embodiment)
    • Männliche und weibliche Formen der Körpersprache

    Ergebnisse:

    Kompetenzgewinne sind:

    – Ein nachhaltiges Verstehen der sozialen Funktionsweise männlich geprägter Machtzirkeln
    – Ein Erkennen der individuellen Außenwirkung mittels Embodiment
    – Ein empowerment von Frauen & Männern in männlich geprägten Macht-/ Führungsebenen unter Einbezug und Entwicklung der eigenen Persönlichkeit


    VERANSTALTER Dieser Workshop findet statt dank der Finanzierung durch das Büro für Gleichstellung und der Organisation durch das WWU Graduate Centre.
    TRAINER Oliver Dreber
    ORT virtuelle Veranstaltung
    TEILNEHMENDENZAHL 12


    Anmeldung

  • 12.10.2022 / 15:30–18:30 / Kick-off meeting for newly arrived doctoral candidates

    (NEW) DOCTORAL CANDIDATES


    Seize the chance to meet fellow doctoral candidates from all departments, learn about the University of Münster’s academic support services, and find out how to navigate the city like a local. To ensure a successful start of your graduate journey, there will be opportunities to ask your questions, exchange experiences upon your arrival to a new city, and reflect on what you might expect to happen during the upcoming 3+ years of your doctoral candidacy. A friendly and relaxed atmosphere are guaranteed!


    Outcomes:

    – Feel welcome at WWU
    – Build a network with fellow doctoral candidates
    – Know the University’s support services for doctoral candidates
    – Understand the research environment at WWU
    – Understand your role as a doctoral candidate


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Sabine Schneider
    VENUE WWU Graduate Centre, Room 001 (alternatively Zoom)
    AVAILABLE PLACES 40


    Registration

  • 13.10.2022 / 10:00–12:00 / New chapter: Doctoral candidacy. Developing your own Personal Development Plan (PDP)

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES in their first year (at the very beginning of their doctoral research)


    You started a new chapter in your life, you’re on the way to get your doctoral degree. Everything is new and very exciting. You really want to give your best. But how do you reach your goals? Have you ever got lost in the world of being a doctoral candidate? Have you ever asked yourself, “What do I want?” You need to learn a lot of new things, of course, and the most important one is probably taking care of yourself and achieving your goals. Personal development is the essence of being a doctoral candidate. In this workshop you will learn to guide yourself through the different stages of your doctoral life, identifying your strengths and what you may call “weaknesses”. At the end of this workshop, you will have successfully conducted your own personal development plan that will keep you on track as you walk down your chosen career path.


    Outcomes:

    – Become more aware of knowledge and skills you possess
    – Identify knowledge and skills that you need to gain to pursue your (doctoral) ambitions
    – Design a Personal Development Plan to support your doctoral research progression


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINERS Saskia Frank, Dr. Iva Ognjanovic
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 12


    Registration

  • 14.10.2022; 15.11.2022; 08.12.2022 / 16:00–18:00 / International Tea Time

    DOTORAL CANDIDATES


    We would like to establish a meeting for International and German doctoral candidates to meet once a month! What do we do? FAQs, explore the city on our own terms, have discussions or talk about your thesis topics. It should be a casual get together for everyone to connect and exchange ideas. 

    Where do we meet? The meeting will start at the WWU Graduate Centre and from there we will get to a nice Café or whatever next we have planned. 


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Diana Ziai Ahmadi
    VENUE TBA
    AVAILABLE PLACES 14


    Registration 14.10.

    Registration 15.11.

    Registration 08.12.

  • 19.10.2022 / 15:00-16:00 ; 14.12.2022 / 16:30–18:00 / MünsterXchange Gatherings

    MünsterXchange, DOCTORAL CANDIDATES, POSTDOCS


    The project MünsterXchange aims to establish an intergenerational and intercultural network by providing international early stage researchers and senior citizens of Münster with opportunities to meet, interact, exchange, and connect. The existing members meet regularly. If you are curious, come to one of our meetings! In October we will jointly explore the autumn in the botanic garden. In December we will meet in the Graduate Centre to share our experiences, traditions, and food.


    Outcomes:

    – Extend and diversify your network
    – Explore and learn about Münster
    – Understand age as a diversity metric


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Sabine Schneider
    AVAILABLE PLACES 20, please send a mail to sabine.schneider@uni-muenster.de


  • 24.10.2022 / 10:00–13:00 / Critical reasoning: Basics

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES


    Are you able to present your arguments clearly and convince others of your point of view? Do you sometimes disagree with something but cannot specify why? Based on concepts of logic, this workshop provides you with a toolkit to identify, reconstruct, and evaluate arguments. This will help you to critically evaluate scientific papers and to present your scientific ideas in a convincing way.


    Outcomes:

    – Identify, reconstruct, and evaluate arguments
    – Understand the basic concepts of logical reasoning (premise, conclusion, soundness, validity)
    – Be able to construct convincing arguments


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Sabine Schneider
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 14


    Registration

  • 07.–08.11.2022 / 09:00–17:00 / Thesis defence training

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES in the final year of their doctoral study


    In the first part of the workshop, participants receive practical tips for their defence presentation: how to build the central argument, how to structure the presentation, what language to use, etc. The second part of the workshop deals with typical problems that occur during the discussion: how to respond to criticism and “killer questions”, how to deal with stage fright and blackouts, etc. In the third part of the workshop participants practise their presentation and receive feedback from the group and the trainer.


    Outcomes:

    – Be able to give a convincing and well-structured presentation
    – Be able to deal confidently with counter-arguments and critical questions
    – Know about the setting and roles during the defence


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Dr. Friederike Schmitz
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 10


    Registration

  • 09.11.2022 / 09:00–16:00 / Projektmanagement für Wissenschaftler*innen

    PROMOVIERENDE, POSTDOCS (die bislang wenig oder keine Berührungen mit dem Projektmanagement hatten)


    Der Kurs baut auf Grundlagen des Projektmanagements auf, wie es in Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft genutzt wird – daher stellt er eine allgemeine Einführung in dieses Thema dar. Gleichzeitig wird alles aber am Beispiel des Forschungvorhabens erklärt und auf Techniken fokussiert, die der Besonderheit von Forschung im Allgemeinen und im Besonderen Rechnung tragen. Es soll ein grundlegendes Verständnis der Konzepte, Denkweisen und Verfahren des Projektmanagements vermittelt und anhand der am weitesten verbreiteten Techniken geübt werden. Im Kurs werden keine goldenen Regeln vorgestellt, sondern die Vor- und Nachteile verschiedener Verfahren erläutert. Die Teilnehmenden werden ermutigt, ihre eigenen Vorlieben einzubringen und die vorgestellten Techniken zu hinterfragen und zu variieren. Diese Techniken werden gleich am eigenen Fall geübt, wodurch eine individuelle Planung des eigenen Forschungsprojektes entsteht.


    Ergebnisse:

    – Die Teilnehmenden wissen, was Projektmanagement beinhaltet und welche Vorgehensweisen es gibt (agil vs. klassisch)
    – Sie beherrschen die Inhalts- und Zielplanung sowie das Runterbrechen in handhabbare Aufgaben
    – Die Teilnehmenden haben eine klassische Struktur- und Übersichtsplanung für ein eigenes Projekt begonnen (Projektstrukturplan, Gantt-Diagramm, Netzplantechnik)
    – Darauf haben sie auch Analysemethoden wie die Stakeholder- und Risikoanalyse angewandt


    VERANSTALTER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Dr. Alexander Egeling
    ORT virtuelle Veranstaltung
    TEILNEHMENDENZAHL 20


    Anmeldung

  • 10.11.2022 / 17:00-19:00 / Staying in Germany as a career choice

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES, POSTDOCS, STAFF


    Would you like to know more about career opportunities within and outside academia? Do you have questions about possible residence permits during and after your doctoral candidacy? Is your employment contract coming to an end and would you like to seek information about unemployment benefits during job search or at the end of your PhD?

    The WWU Welcome Centre and the Graduate Centre have invited experts from the HR department, the CiM-IMPRS graduate school, the Federal Employment Agency and the Office for Migration and Integration to inform about these topics and answer your question. The event will take place in the Alexander von Humboldt-Haus.


    ORGANISER WWU Welcome Centre, WWU Graduate Centre
    GUESTS HR Department, CiM-IMPRS Graduate School, Office for Migration and Integration, Federal Employment Agency
    VENUE Alexander von Humboldt-Haus, Hüfferstraße 61
    AVAILABLE PLACES 80


    Registration

  • 24.11.2022 / 10:00–12:00 / Intergenerational networking: Understanding age as a diversity metric

    MünsterXchange, DOCTORAL CANDIDATES, POSTDOCS


    We all move within a number of different networks. These networks do not only influence the way we think and act – they also have an impact on the opportunities we receive and give. While there is an emphasis on diversity of professional and personal networks, age is often overseen as a diversity metric. Consequently, we might miss to intentionally diversify our networks in terms of age. This workshop aims to increase awareness of age as a diversity metric and address the benefits and challenges of intergenerational communication. Participants will have the chance to train intergenerational communication techniques within an age-diverse group.


    Outcomes:

    – Communicate and (net)work successfully across age groups
    – Understand age as a diversity metric
    – Master intergenerational communication techniques


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINERS Sabine Schneider
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 14


    Registration

  • 28.–29.11.2022 / 09:00–15:00 / Establishing successful (research) networks

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES, POSTDOCS


    The basic elements to create a sustainable network are good relationships and trusting your partners. We will hold a live online presentation about networks and their advantages on November 28–29, 2022.

    We will deal with the following topics:
    - how to build up and maintain relationships
    - what is necessary to give consistency and a long-term perspective to your relationships
    - how a convincing self-presentation arouses lasting interest
    - what relevance the respective conversational partner has for your own project
    - what relevance the respective conversational partner has for your next career step

    It will be an interactive, live online workshop over Zoom using methods such as exercises and group work, self-reflection, discussions, and theoretical input with practical transfer.


    Outcomes:

    – Refined skills to generate visibility for oneself, one's personal competencies and projects
    – Sensitivity for effective self-marketing and communication
    – Effective approach to establishing (research) networks
    – Strategy for building relationships and maintaining sustainable network structures


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Anja Merl
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 10


    Registration

  • 08.–09.12.2022 / 09:00–16:00 / Agile project management

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES, POSTDOCS


    The course is intended to give a first insight into the world of agile (project) management and to show examples of its application for scientific projects and possibly other university contexts. Initially, a basic understanding of the concepts, ways of thinking and procedures of agile project management will be conveyed and an insight into the structure of a Scrum system will be given. The questions will also be addressed as to what distinguishes agile methods from those of classic project management and what advantages and disadvantages exist. The most widespread agile working techniques will be presented and practiced on the example of own projects. The participants are encouraged to contribute their own experiences and preferences and, based on this, to discuss which parts of agile management could be beneficial for their work.


    Outcomes:

    – Know the basics of agile project management and the difference to a classical approach
    – Participants will have learnt important agile planning techniques and applied them to their own current project
    – Participants will have gained insight into agile frameworks such as Kanban and Scrum
    – Know agile tools such as boards, stand-ups, and retros, what they are used for and how they are applied


    ORANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Dr. Alexander Egeling
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 20


    Registration

  • 13.–14.12.2022 / 09:00–14:00 / Good Scientific Practice (natural & life sciences)

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES


    The primary objective of this workshop is for participants to develop their skills as ethical scientists. A well-balanced combination of trainer input and interactive hands-on activities will allow participants to reflect on their own experiences in relation to relevant local, national and international guidelines, using different strategies to identify and overcome moral dilemmas. Participants will receive links to relevant materials and contact persons for future reference.

    This workshop will cover:
    1. Research ethics & its practical application
    2. Scientific misconduct
    3. Supervision & mentoring
    4. Collaboration


    Outcomes:

    By the end of this workshop, participants will be better able to:
    – Articulate clearly the virtues guiding their own scientific practice
    – Outline what counts as good scientific practice in line with local, national and international regulations and guidelines
    – Predict or recognize the presence of scientific misconduct and consider various courses of action and their implications


    Requirements:

    Participants will be asked to complete one assignment (Case Reflection Form) and send it back to the trainer a week prior to the workshop. Case Reflection Form is a prerequisite for attending the workshop.


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Dr. Iva Ognjanovic
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 14


    Registration

  • 09.01.2023 / 09:00–12:00 / Good Scientific Practice: Digital publishing & open access

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES


    The workshop will cover key aspects of digital academic publishing. Examples from practice will illustrate the overview and provide impulses for the participants' own scientific work. The presentation of several topics will alternate with discussions and Q&A sessions:

    1. Open Access: What and why?
    2. Legal aspects: Author contracts, licenses, second publishing rights
    3. My dissertation is finished – now how can I publish it?
    4. Your library is more than books: Publishing and funding services by the ULB
    5. Watch out: Predatory publishing and conferences


    Outcomes:

    – Get to know a variety of publication processes and be aware of the challenges and pitfalls of publishing
    – Be aware that there are, among others, important legal aspects to consider when publishing
    – Know how to submit and publish your dissertation
    – Learn about funding opportunities for your publication
    – Learn about publishing services offered by the ULB


    NEW! An extra 30-minute session right after for those who are interested:
    ORCID: "Who am I, and if so ... really that many?"

    The workshop aims to show you why ORCID is relevant in academia. You will hear about:

    -- Why is an ORCID important for me as a scientist?
    -- How do I set up a profile?
    -- What makes a good – or bad – profile?
    -- How do I declare my affiliation with the University of Münster correctly?
    -- What are the important setting options for my ORCID profile?


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINERS Dr. Frank Berkemeier, Wibke Fellermann, Dr. Viola Voß (University Library (ULB))
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 290


    Registration

  • 10.01.2023 / 09:00–11:00 / Good Scientific Practice: Research data management

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES


    The workshop will focus on central aspects of research data management. After a general introduction, practical examples will be given to provide some best practices for the participants' own scientific work, like publishing or archival of research data. Moreover, there will be time for discussions and a broad Q&A session. In particular, the following topics will be covered:

    1. Research data organization: Keeping the track!
    2. Storage, archiving and publishing of research data
    3. Dealing with data management plans
    4. Research data services at WWU Münster


    Outcomes:

    – Become familiar with FAIR principles and the data lifecycle
    – Learn how to set up data management plans
    – Get to know possible ways for publication and preservation of research data
    – Understand how to use metadata and norm data in daily scientific work
    – Get an overview about RDM services of the WWU Münster


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINERS Dr. Frank Berkemeier, Wibke Fellermann, Dr. Viola Voß (University Library (ULB))
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 290


    Registration

  • 19.–20.01.2023 / 09:00–16:00 / Managing conflicts in a supervisory relationship

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES


    It's the most important person for early career scientists: the doctoral supervisor, an experienced academic that has quite often different roles (advisor, boss, evaluator). This makes the relationship complex and complexity sometimes leads to conflicts. The workshop is designed to help early career scientists to better understand the mentioned complexity and develop strategies to avoid and – if necessary – resolve conflictual situations with their supervisors. This will allow them to better focus on their key task, which is doing research and completing their doctorate.


    Outcomes:

    – Know how to identify a conflict
    – You are familiar with role theory and can better describe the relationship with your supervisor
    – Know dynamics in conflictual situations
    – Have strategies to deal with conflictual situations and de-escalate or resolve them


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Dr. Jan Schmidt
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 20


    Registration

  • 31.01./07./14./21./28.02.2023 (Tuesday) / 09:30–11:30 / Writing gurus

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES


    The writing group is designed to help you get into the habit of writing regularly and productively. Inspired by the Pomodoro technique, each session is split into intervals with clear goals. Two sessions focus on prewriting strategies and time management. The remaining sessions are dedicated to writing, allowing some time for peer support and the discussion of your writing challenges. Meetings provide a structured space for hands-on writing and mutual support.


    Outcomes:

    – Use prewriting techniques to find the focus of the section that you want to write
    – Apply time management strategies to establish a productive writing routine
    – Build a support network


    Requirements:

    Since the goal is to help you to write regularly and productively, you will be registering once to attend five morning sessions (31 Jan/07 Feb/14 Feb/21 Feb/28 Feb 2023). Please register only if you can commit to attending all five sessions!


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Dr. Iva Ognjanovic
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 12


    Registration

  • 10.02.2023 / 09:00–16:00 / Managing meetings effectively

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES, POSTDOCS


    Meetings... They take up much of our academic time. Many people respond to a meeting invitation with a weary sigh, since they do not expect anything from it but boredom, ineffectiveness, and a loss of precious time. On the other hand, meetings can be extremely productive, provided they are properly planned and run. This workshop focuses on the use of techniques that ensure that meetings are conducted in minimum time with maximum effect.


    Outcomes:

    – You understand the dynamics of a meeting
    – You are able to define and set aims for a meeting
    – You will be well equipped with methods to steer a meeting


    ORGANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Dr. Jan Schmidt
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 20


    Registration

  • 22.–23.02.2023 / 09:00–14:00 / Good Scientific Practice

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES


    The primary objective of this workshop is for participants to develop their skills as ethical scientists. A well-balanced combination of trainer input and interactive hands-on activities will allow participants to reflect on their own experiences in relation to relevant local, national and international guidelines, using different strategies to identify and overcome moral dilemmas. Participants will receive links to relevant materials and contact persons for future reference.

    This workshop will cover:
    1. Research ethics & its practical application
    2. Scientific misconduct
    3. Supervision & mentoring
    4. Collaboration


    Outcomes:

    By the end of this workshop, participants will be better able to:
    – Articulate clearly the virtues guiding their own scientific practice
    – Outline what counts as good scientific practice in line with local, national and international regulations and guidelines
    – Predict or recognize the presence of scientific misconduct and consider various courses of action and their implications


    Requirements:

    Participants will be asked to complete one assignment (Case Reflection Form) and send it back to the trainer a week prior to the workshop. Case Reflection Form is a prerequisite for attending the workshop.


    ORANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Dr. Iva Ognjanovic
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 14


    Registration

  • 07.03.2023 / 14:00–16:30 / Good Scientific Practice: Want to be a perfect copycat? Master anti-plagiarism strategies

    DOCTORAL CANDIDATES


    Plagiarism is theft and fraud that can result in your losing everything you’ve been working on for a very long time. Yet, some make it big despite having plagiarised other people’s work. We turn to plagiarism intentionally because it's convenient or unintentionally because we lack knowledge in citation. Many of us are afraid of it and some of us see plagiarism where none is to be found. In this session, we’ll figure out what is considered plagiarism, learn how to recognise it, deal with it, and see why there are areas in which it thrives.


    Outcomes:

    – Define and recognise different types of plagiarism
    – Explain why providing accurate citations matters and outline the consequences of plagiarism
    – Acquire strategies to write authentic texts and avoid falling into the plagiarism trap


    ORANISER WWU Graduate Centre
    TRAINER Dr. Iva Ognjanovic
    VENUE virtual event
    AVAILABLE PLACES 14


    Registration

  • Teilnahmebedingungen

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    Vielen Dank für Ihr Verständnis!

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    Auf Wunsch erstellen wir Teilnahmebescheinigungen für Veranstaltungen beim WWU Graduate Centre, an denen Sie erfolgreich und vollständig teilgenommen haben. Die Teilnahmebescheinigungen werden in der Regel am Ende des jeweiligen Semesters versendet. Melden Sie sich dazu einfach bei Herrn Deniz Aydin unter events.gc@uni-muenster.de mit Ihrem vollen Namen sowie dem Datum und dem Titel des besuchten Events.

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