Staircase at the Van de Velde Building (Photo: Hamish John Appleby)
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Published: 24 April 2018

NEW! / Wissenschaftliches Präsentieren 18.06.2018

Dieser eintägige Workshop richtet sich an Promovierende, die ihren persönlichen Präsentationsstil und ihren individuellen Sprechausdruck weiterentwickeln möchten. Ziel des Seminars ist, die eigenen wissenschaftlichen Projekte überzeugend und zuhörerbezogen zu präsentieren.


Published: 24 April 2018

NEW! / How to proofread your own works - Part 1 & 2

Experienced writers in academia whose native language is English may find it laborious to proofread their own work, particularly when a considerable amount of time has already been spent refining or improving the content of the paper. For non-native speakers of English, the challenge is even greater: unsure of what to look for when checking the final draft, they frequently overlook errors that negatively affect the overall quality of the paper.


Published: 19 September 2017

NEW DATES // INDIVIDUAL CONSULTATIONS FOR DOCTORAL CANDIDATES

We are offering individual 45-minute one-on-one consultation sessions with a qualified instructor to help doctoral candidates with the grammatical aspects of their written work, punctuation and sentence structure and texts in English.


Mentoring for doctoral candidates - Kick-off meeting for mentees

  • Date: Thursday, 07 June 2018, 04.00 pm
  • End: Thursday, 07 June 2018, 06.00 pm

 

Long night of academic writing - Lost in a jungle of words? Find your path!

  • Date: Thursday, 07 June 2018, 06.00 pm
  • End: Thursday, 07 June 2018

 

How to proofread your own works - Part 1

Experienced writers in academia whose native language is English may find it laborious to proofread their own work, particularly when a considerable amount of time has already been spent refining or improving the content of the paper. For non-native speakers of English, the challenge is even greater: unsure of what to look for when checking the final draft, they frequently overlook errors that negatively affect the overall quality of the paper.
  • Date: Friday, 08 June 2018, 09.00 am
  • End: Friday, 08 June 2018, 05.00 pm
  • Location: Marienstr. 14, 2 Floor, Room 201

 

Mentoring for Doctoral Candidates - Workshop Collegial Advisory for mentees

  • Date: Friday, 08 June 2018, 09.00 am
  • End: Friday, 08 June 2018, 06.00 pm

 

Workspace
The Bauhaus Research School provides workspace for its doctoral and post-doctoral students for a period of 12 months. Users receive access to their workspace 24/7. (more information)

Counselling
The Bauhaus Research School offers advice in legal, administrative and financial issues concerning research in Weimar.

Information
We inform about current calls for proposals, scholarships, funding, qualification and events.

Networking
Exchange experiences with other young researchers and artists and participate in interdisciplinary research colloquia.

Newsletter
The Bauhaus Research School produces a newsletter in regular intervals, informing our members and members of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar about the current events and affairs that might interest young researchers and artists. 

To keep yourself informed subscribe to our newsletter.

 

 

  • HIT Course at the Bauhaus Research School (Photo: Hamish John Appleby)

    The Bauhaus Research School organises an extra curriculum with courses in transferable skills and key qualifications according to the requirements of the doctoral programmes and the wishes of PhD students and supervisors.

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  • The Bauhaus Research School organizes three regular events: the "Mortar Board", an Elevator Pitch and a Science Slam.

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