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The feudal serfdom: the final aspect of “The uniqueness of the German university system”

Here is the final installment of the talk I gave on January 9, 2013 as the keynote for the “Meet the Female Faculty” Event at the Ruhr-University of Bochum. The Equal Opportunities Office and the Internal Continuing Education Office at Bochum team up to offer a special program for women scientists to meet each other […]

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The uniqueness of the German academic system: My insider and outsider perspective, Part IV: The apprenticeship

On January 9, 2013, I gave the keynote talk at the “Meet the Female Faculty” Event at the Ruhr-University of Bochum. The Equal Opportunities Office and the Internal Continuing Education Office at Bochum team up to offer a special program for women scientists to meet each other and talk about their careers. I’ll present the […]

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Transnational Mobility: who in Europe is most willing to move across borders for work?

Who are those people who hop countries, working in many places over their careers? My team – Celina Proch and Lena Hünefeld – presented our recent research on this question at a conference on International Mobility in Bielefeld in May. We will be looking for a publication outlet, so I can’t give too much away […]

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