navigare - Career Coaching for Women in Science
September 2017 - August 2018 (new programme starting in November 2019)
Why for female international scientists only?
Female international scientists contribute greatly to the diversity of the academic landscape. While imparting new knowledge, methods, learning and teaching styles, they could develop to role-models for next generations. One day returning back home, they could establish excellent research capacities and foster long-lasting collaborations to benefit science.
Intensive research and teaching, collaborating with international partners from different disciplines, a vivid, flexible and cross-cultural working environment are important motivations for a rewarding career. At the same time, working in a foreign academic system like the German leads to many challenges. Different role-expectations, intercultural relations, understanding of career perspectives and structural differences in the Higher Education system bring additional challenges in.
Expectations of international mobility while reconciling job and family increase demands of pursuing an international career in scientific environments.
The office for equal opportunities aims to address this challenges by offering extra support to women scientists through the navigare coaching-programme. It is focused entirely on the individual's international career development and is providing a framework where they can bring in their own questions from an international perspective. The program aims supporting individual scientific careers as well as being ready for leadership tasks in university or extramural research and work. Establishing actively networks for later career opportunities will be another important asset of this program. The program focuses on challenges that especially women in international working fields might face and provides reflection and coping strategies to actively develop the own career.
Programme and registration process
For the final enrolment for the navigare programme, please contact Dipl.Psych. Susanne Abeld
E-Mail: chancen4protect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de.
Fellows Compass. Hidden rules of the German Academic System
Self-Marketing. Strengthening self-awareness and skills
Networking and Tea-Time with Women Professors
Resilience in stressful communcation
Sustainable dialouges. Professional communication in academic settings
For further details on the programme schedule see here.
If you require child care during the seminars, please contact Susanne Abeld, programme director.
During a half-day kick-off workshop (5 September 2017) all interested women will have the chance to personally meet the trainer as well as the other participants, they will learn more about the aims and topics addressed with the navigare programme. During the week following this workshop, the binding registration needs to be completed. (Deadline: 12 September 2017).
In order to register for the kick-off workshop, please the online registration form.
Please register no later than 20 July 2017.
To participate in the navigare programme, we ask you the following:
- An above-average commitment to developing your career in science
- Self-responsibility for achieving your objectives
- A high motivation to learn with the group
- Sufficient resources of time and binding participation
- An interest in reflecting gender biases in science.
At the end of navigare you will be given a certificate. To be able to certify your participation, you need to attend at least 75% of the seminars.
University of Bremen
Dipl.-Psych. Susanne Abeld, Programm-Leitung
GW2, Room A 4168
E-Mail: chancen4protect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de
Hompage AG Chancengleichheit (in German)
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