What do these three terms have in common? Quite simply: they were part of the programme of our two-day workshop to present the exposés of the third cohort. In addition to the exciting […]
We are pleased to welcome Inga Selent as a new member of our team. Inga Selent previously worked at the University of Münster. We are very much looking forward to her wealth of […]
Questions of causality are inevitable when exploring consequences. In our special issue of the journal neue praxis, we focus on the topic of “Causality and the re/construction of consequences of social services“. Theoretical […]
This semester we are delighted to have John Clarke (Emeritus Professor of Social Policy, The Open University, UK) as a speaker in our Evening-Lecture. He will talk about: “Remaking welfare, remaking states: disciplining […]
Reinhold Haller offered to discuss individual career options after graduation.
Mark Stemmler provided us with insights into the evaluationresults of the (Re)Start prevention program.
Wintersemester 23/24 also starts fpr the Research Training Group. A whole lot of events and lectures are planned with special guests.
Farewell to Vanessa Dobbener
First Cohorts planned conference “What works from whose Perspective – Current Research on the Consequences of social services work” will start in a few days. Seats available.
Learn how to better manage your time and organize your workload in the doctoral process.
Many doctoral students already ask themselves during their doctorate how they should continue afterwards. The path to a professorship is only one of many options for a career within academia. Non-academic careers are […]
On 24.05.2023 there will be the day of the Faculty II of the University of Siegen. During a walk through the campus, the employees and research groups of the faculty will introduce themselves. […]
Many scientists find themselves caught between the conflicting interests of science and the protection of the people involved in the specific research.
Registration for a workshop on data protection, data management and plagiarism prevention is possible now.
In about a week, Susanne Maurer will come to Siegen in order to give a lecture on critique as movement.