Doctoral/Postdoctoral Representation 2019
You have appointed your representatives to the board of directors of the Bauhaus Research School - congratulations to Viola, Lena and Marko! This representation has 2 votes in the BRS board of directors and therefore directly influences the work of the BRS. Further topics of the general meeting on April 3, 2019, besides the election, were: Review & Outlook of the activities of the Bauhaus Research School, the future modularized workshop program as well as of course your questions and ideas, for example for a "new edition" of the doctoral research exhibition.
Your elected BRS doctoral/postdoctoral representation on the BRS Directorate for 2019/2020:
- Viola Ahrensfeld, Ph.D. programme Art and Design, her aims (pdf)
- Lena Lorenz, doctoral candidate at the chair of Architectural Theory, her aims (pdf)
- Marko Seidemann (deputy), doctoral candidate at the chair of Construction Materials, his aims (pdf)
Many thanks also to Mouloud Allek, doctoral candidate at the Faculty of Media, who was active in the representation of doctoral candidates for 2 years!
For the first time in 2019, the doctoral candidates' body will elect a doctoral candidates' council at our university which will be able to "make recommendations to the committees and bodies of the university in all matters concerning them". The basis for this is the amended representation scope through the new Thuringian Higher Education Act (see § 21 Members, relatives and doctoral candidates, ThürHG of 10 May 2018).
Contact Viola, Lena and Marko with your ideas or suggestions, personally for example soon at CREATE THE CO on 9 + 10 May!
The "Wishing Tree" at the BRS accepts your wishes! Come over to our offices at the Marienstraße 14 and write your wish for our tree. We will do our best to fulfil them!
The Bauhaus Research School provides workspace for its doctoral and post-doctoral students for a period of 12 months. User receive access to their workspace 24/7. (more information)
Each year, we offer our members a comprehensive curriculum with qualification courses in German and English. We are also open for recommendations for new courses.
The Bauhaus Research School offers advice in legal, administrative and financial issues concerning research in Weimar.
We inform about current calls for proposals, scholarships, funding, qualification and events.
We support your own initiative. As a member you may influence the framing conditions for research in Weimar in the general meeting of the Bauhaus Research School, which also sends two representatives to the directorate.
Exchange experiences with other young researchers and artists and participate in an interdisciplinary research colloquium.
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