On 7th December 2022 a member of eument-net, Annette Ehmler, is going to share the best practice to increase the visibility of women scientist (mentees and alumnae) at the University of Greifswald (Germany).
University of Greifswald, situated in the North-Eastern part of Germany, is a fairly small institution of higher education with approx. 10,000 students. Female students, PhDs and postdoctoral researches have the opportunity to participate in various mentoring programmes of KarriereWegeMentoring. For the tenth anniversary of the mentoring-programmes in 2021, KarriereWegeMentoring established a variety of events and activities. Some of them – like the Mentothek or the advent calendar – focussed on mentees and alumnae and aroused a nationwide interest. Both activities also contributed to more visibility of mentoring and the participants involved. Annette Ehmler will present both activities: What was the idea about – how were they realised and what tips can she give to those, who plan similiar activities?
We invite you cordially to the Online Expert Exchange on December 7th, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. All eument-net members are invited via e-mail. If you are not a member but you would like to take part, please feel free to apply eument.netATgmail.com until December 5th in order to get the link for the event.
Annette Ehmler has studied English, Italian and Economics in Kassel (DE), Siena (IT) and Cork (IRL) and is employed at University of Greifswald (DE) since 1996. She was Institutional ERASMUS Coordinator for many years, before she moved to the Gender Equality Office. Since 2011 she is responsible for two mentoring-programmes: one addressing female postdoctoral researchers and juniorprofessors and one addressing female PhD-researchers. All programmes are funded by European Social Funds and the State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Eument-net Online Expert Meeting on November, 8th 2021
eument-net carried out the international digital expert exchange on evaluation of mentoring programmes for the eument-net members and all other interested mentoring experts. The meeting took place on November, 8th, 2021 from 9 AM till 3 PM. More than 50 representatives from ten countries participated in the conference with three keynote speaches (Dr. Elizabeth Pollitzer from UK, Dr. Anke Lipinsky from Germany and Dr. Angela Wroblewski from Austria). After the lunch there were vivid discussions in the mutual learning groups on external and internal evaluations as well as in the open space breakout room “evaluation – lessones learned”.
“Evaluation of Mentoring Programmes – Learnings for the Future”
Dr. Elizabeth Pollitzer, Portia (UK): Gender Equality Measures in Academia: Needs and Challenges (EU policy perspective)
Dr. Anke Lipinsky, GESIS (Germany): Evaluating Gender Equality Interventions – an Overview of ‘Why’ and ‘How’
Dr. Angela Wroblewski, IHS (Austria): Effective mentoring through monitoring and internal evaluation
Facilitator: Dr. Ruth Kamm, University Kiel.
The Czech Centre for Gender and Science at the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences and the eument-net European Network of Mentoring Programs for the Advancement of Equal Opportunities and Cultural and Institutional Change in Academia and Research invite you to save the date for the online conference Mentoring in Academia and Research: a Tool to Improve Gender Equality in Human Resource Management which will be held on 23 October 2020. A Zoom link to the meeting will be sent to registered participants at a later date.
The conference website is available here.
We look forward to your contributions and exchanges at the conference with the eument-net experts:
- Julie Batut (University of Toulouse, France)
- Marta Chiarinotti (Kiel University, Germany)
- Ruth Kamm (Kiel University, Germany)
- May Morris (Institut des Biomolécules in Montpellier, France)
- Evelyn Rusdea (University of Freiburg, Germany)
- Kerstin Tiefenbacher (University of Vienna, Austria)
Here you can read the report on the conference, written by the Center for Gender and Science in Prague.