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 […]
Wintersemester 23/24 also starts fpr the Research Training Group. A whole lot of events and lectures are planned with special guests.
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.
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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.
In about a week, Susanne Maurer will come to Siegen in order to give a lecture on critique as movement.
There are several vacant positions to be filled as of 01.04.2023! As a research assistant in the Research Training Group, a PhD on the topic of the Research Training Group can be realised […]
Our Research Training G roup 2493 “Consequences on social services work” is about to host a symposium in autumn 2023. The symposium describes the status of our research and focuses und the impact […]
The University of Siegen invites everyone to the C.W.-Müller-Lecture. This time Michael Winkler will speak on the topic “Poetry and Truth: About Fiction and Social Education”.
What are the potentials and limitations of non-use research for impact research? We will approach this question in our Evening Lecture. It is a pleasure for us to have Helga Cremer-Schäfer as our […]
Time to grab your calendar and a marker pen to make a big note of the following dates! For the coming winter semester, we continue with a great programme and more exciting events. […]
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