Interdisciplinarity and Practice - communication and project development
- responsible Persons
- Dr. Simone Pfeiffer
Dr. Stefanie Steinebach
- Block 1:
14th Dec from 9 am to 6 pm
15th Dec from 9 am to 5 pm
16th Dec from 8 am to noon
16th Feb from 9 pm to 6 pm
- Büsgenweg 1, FSR 1.2
- Number of students
- Please send an email to email@example.com until 30th Nov.
Learning outcome, core skills: Develop competencies in interdisciplinary thinking and conceptualising. Students will:
- analyse their scientific expertise in the field of subject,
- map their existing scientific network, identify boundaries and interdisciplinary potential,
- use fundamental tools of interdisciplinary project development,
- train their communication skills in diverse discussions and by presenting an interdisciplinary concept.
This course on "Interdisciplinarity and Practice" aims at inspiring future interdisciplinary research and providing competencies in understanding and establishing interdisciplinary work. Each academic discipline is characterised by basic terminology and community practice. However, research funds increasingly promote interdisciplinary research. Students can develop their own understanding and role with regard to interdisciplinary communication and cooperation.
Block 1 (2,5 days):
- Introduction to discipline-oriented knowledge (language and communication forms)
- overview of major German funding agencies and interdisciplinary funding approaches
- What means interdisciplinary? What is innovative?
- Exercises in mapping scientific networks, exploring funding options and identifying interdisciplinary potential of own scientific work
- Establishment of student tandems to work on an interdisciplinary concept
Self-study time between the attendance blocks:
student tandems work on concept, lecturer support given in supervision hours
Block 2 (1 day):
- Student presentations of interdisciplinary concepts
- Feedback / reflexing phase
Presentation (20 min) and written outlines (max. 5 pages)
- Knowledge in interdisciplinary communication and project development
- Application of basic methods to PhD related subject
- Oral and written presentation of interdisciplinary project outlines
Admission requirements: Students of GFA, other PhD students if free places are available
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