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What does research actually look like?

Scientific work is very complex. When young people begin with their studies, they sometimes only have an abstract idea of what future work as a scientist might look like. In addition, research in […]

Looking back at a digital summer semester 2021

The Research Training Group “Consequences of Social Services” looks back on a fruitful and interesting summer semester. Together with several guest speakers and interesting workshops, we were able to expand our discussions and […]

Diversity within the Research Training Group

DFG Research Training Group

June 18, 2021 | 2.00 pm - 5.30 pm

University Siegen

A respectful and constructive way of communicating is central to the Research Training Group. Together with Dr. Iris Koall (Coachingnetz Wissenchaft e.V.), we organised a workshop entitled “Diversity in team communication – developing […]

Workshop on dealing with crisis in doing a doctorate

DFG Research Training Group

June 18, 2021 | 09.00 am - 1.00 am

University Siegen

A promotion is characterised by special conditions. It is not a rare occurrence for both smaller and larger problematic situations to come up during a doctorate. It is therefore important to develop a […]

Linguistic Perspectives on Identity Constructions

DFG Research Training Group

May 26, 2021 | 10.15 am - 11.45 am

University Siegen

How does social services work interact with the identity of users? In the last two colloquiums we dealt with this central question. In the first colloquium we focused on the concept of identity […]

Registration for the conference “Interdisciplinary perspectives of adressee-oriented consequences research” starts today

DFG Research Training Group "Consequences of Social Services"

Registration deadline is October 17th, 2021

digital via ZOOM

The online-registration process to the conference “Interdisciplinary perspectives of adressee-oriented consequences research” has finally begun. The conference takes place on October 20th, 2021 at 1 pm. Additional information regarding the program can be […]

Possibility to participate as a doctoral student in the qualification and mentoring program of the DFG Research Training Group “Consequences of social services work” at the University of Siegen!

DFG Research Training Group

University Siegen

The DFG Research Training Group “Consequences of social services work” enables doctoral candidates who are working on the subject of the Research Training Group to participate as external participants. The research training group […]

Save the Date!

DFG Research Training Group

October 20, 2021 | 1 pm - 7 pm

University Siegen

On 20.10.2021 from 1pm – 7.30 pm, our Research Training Group will invite you to an interdisciplinary and international conference entitled: ” Interdisciplinary perspectives of addressee-oriented consequences research”. We are very pleased to […]

Vacancies for qualification positions from 01. October 2021

DFG Research Training Group

University Siegen

The Kolleg currently has available positions for the second cohort! All positions are exclusively for the realization of an own PhD and are supported by the framework program for qualification and career advancement […]

We welcome a new research colleague

DFG Research Training Group

University Siegen

We are very pleased to welcome a new research group member at the beginning of the summer semester. Moritz Schumacher is planning a dissertation in the field of child and youth welfare and […]

The Research Training Group in the “Querschnitt”

DFG Research Training Group

In the current “Querschnitt” (01/2021), the Research Training Group “Consequences of Social Services Work” introduces its programme and activities. In addition to an overview of the topic of the research training group, the […]

Workshop on (gender-)difference and research

DFG Research Training Group

January 29, 2021 | 10 am - 16.15 pm

University Siegen

Both social services work and research work are always integrated in the process of working with and on differentiations and have important consequences for the re-production of these. In a workshop entitled “(Gender-)Difference […]