Bauhaus Research School | 06/2021

As newly elected doctoral council Pro.Doc, we would like to officially thank you once again for your support during the election and hope to represent you in the best possible way in the committees and boards of the university. We are currently working on a Moodle course to inform you about all important results of board and committee meetings, but also to enable an easy exchange. There you will also find a list of who represents the PhD student body in the respective committees.

We warmly invite you to join the Moodle course "Promovierendenschaft | PhD student body" and also to advertise among other doctoral candidates. To do so, send us an enquiry in Moodle or write us an e-mail to receive the access data. If you have any problems or are not yet registered in Moodle, please send us an email to

One of our goals for the near future is to increase the visibility of the PhD Council and to create awareness of the status group "PhD students" in order to ensure that we are represented in all relevant committees and commissions, but also that each of you can get involved without any obstacle.

If you have any topic requests that you would like us to include in our agenda or address in the committees, or if you have any questions for us, please feel free to email us at or contact us directly via the Moodle course.

We look forward to your feedback!
Your doctoral council

Marcel Helmrich, Viola Ahrensfeld, Kristen Angermann, Michael Braun, Aryan Khosravani, Ann-Kathrin Müller, Maximilian Rünker, Marko Seidemann, Hella Treuner, Victor Vilceanu

We often do not write texts alone and in isolation. We allow others to proofread our texts, do revision loops, or write collaboratively with others. Under the motto »All Together Now« this year's Long Night looks at these moments of collaborative writing. How do we write and publish together? What digital tools help in the process? How can we support each other in the writing process and how do others actually write?

Students, doctoral candidates, university staff, and all those interested in writing are cordially invited to discuss these and many other questions about academic writing together.

Date: 10 June 2021 | 6 PM to 12 AM
Details & Programme

New in the Team: Dr. Katharina Reinholdt

Since 1 June, Dr. Katharina Reinholdt has been supporting the team at the Bauhaus Research School: as the Tenure-Track-Programme Advisor, she is responsible for the qualification programme and mentoring for junior professors. She is also responsible for the administration of the federal-state programme of the same name.

Katharina Reinholdt has long been involved with further training for early stage academics, mentoring and coaching, most recently as head of the Equal Opportunities Office at the University of Erfurt, in the context of the Thuringian Competence Network for Equality (TKG) and as a systemic coach. Before that, she worked as a cultural historian in York (GB), Tours (FR) and Saarbrücken, where she studied religious groups, polygamy and witches in the early modern period. She lives with her family in Weimar.

We warmly welcome Katharina Reinholdt to the team and wish her a good start at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar.  

Dr. Katharina Reinholdt
(Scientific Advisor Tenure-Track-Programme)
Marienstraße 14, Room 204
Tel. +49 (0) 3643/58 41 07