Conference on 27 May
Under this heading social scientists from various public institutions and private companies will discuss with us on 27 May the requirements and working conditions that are offered to doctorate employees outside the academic university service.
Thomas Welskopp, deputy director of the BGHS, welcomes participants of an event on non-academic careers in spring 2018. Photo: Thomas Abel
As already in spring 2018, we have colleagues from non-university organisations as guests at the BGHS who discuss career paths for humanities scholars and social scientists with us.
This year's event offers not only the opportunity to exchange experiences but also to explore cooperation with colleagues: It is the prelude to the BGHS programme "Extramural Careers for Humanities and Social Sciences", which will offer doctoral students and associated members of the BGHS mentoring with colleagues in extramural institutions and scholarships for non-academic "practical projects" over the next two and a half years.The programme of the workshop can be found here.
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