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Argelander Program for Early-Career Researchers

The Argelander Program for Early-Career Researchers is comprehensive support system to foster the development of young scientists at all academic stages. The Argelander Program is set on the triangular concept of orientation, qualification. More information see Argelander Program for Early-Career Researchers

 

The University of Bonn supports its young scientists financially and ideally

Together with its cooperation partners - the Bonn Center for University Teaching (BZH), the Bonn Graduate Center (BGZ) and the Equal Opportunities Officer - the University of Bonn's Human Resources Development offers events on topics such as leadership, self-management, health literacy and didactics as part of the PostDoc plus program.

In addition, the University of Bonn attaches great importance to the topic of career planning and design. In this regard, the PostDocPlus series offers funding and support.

 

DFG coaching for young researchers

The Faculty of Agriculture organizes so-called DFG-Coachings at regular intervals. Here, mainly scientific staff in the post-doc phase can find out what opportunities the German Research Foundation (DFG) offers young scientists to advance their own project ideas and, above all, how DFG third-party funding can be acquired successfully.

Using case studies, both funded and rejected proposals will be presented and discussed by the respective applicants. Further information is available directly from the junior researcher officer (contacts further down the page).

The Research Department of the University of Bonn also answers questions about research funding, from initial information about funding opportunities to the processing of third-party funded projects and the exploitation of results:

www.uni-bonn.de/en/research-and-teaching

 

Interdisciplinary mentoring and training program MeTra for young scientists:


The MeTra-Program is aimed at (young) female scientists from doctoral students to junior professors. It supports participants in further developing their personal skills and actively planning their next career steps. If desired, each mentee is accompanied and advised by a mentor. The mentors are arranged by the program management after personal consultation with the mentee.

In addition, there is a supporting program with training events and network meetings.

 

Maria von Linden Program for Young Scientists:

The Maria von Linden-Program is designed to support women on their way into science. The measures include financial and personnel support in the various phases of scientific qualification.

 

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Assistant Dean's Advisor
Dr. ­ Susanne Plattes

  +49 228 73-9418
  +49 6552 6009915

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Student Assistant
Antonia Wilking

  +49 228 73-68721

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