Career events  

Career events, workshops/courses, opportunities

During the current period of the national excellence initiative (2018-2025), all courses and services offered by the Berlin member universities of the Berlin University Alliance (BUA) will be open to all membes of these institutions.

Please note:
(1) Many courses will be free for you and at no cost to M&B. You can go ahead an book them.

(2) Some courses, though free for you, will have to be paid for by M&B and thus need to be approved beforehand by M&B. Please check with the course organizers whether costs will be incurred for M&B before booking your courses. For these courses you will have to get our go-ahead.

Direct links to the course offers of the BUA graduate centers:
Dahlem Research School, FU
Charité
TU Center for Junior Scholars
Humboldt Graduate School, HU, News and online offers
Humboldt Graduate School, HU, Transferable skills courses
Berlin University Alliance

General list of career-related courses (not all of them will be available at any one time):

  • Annual career days
  • Mentoring programs: one-on-one and peer mentoring
  • Career development courses / opportunities
  • Career coaching
  • Plan B courses (careers outside the Academy)
  • Career networking events
  • Getting started on your PhD events / courses
  • Transition funding
  • University departments dedicated to professional continuing education (Berufliche Weiterbildung)
     

Upcoming career events

Monday, 13 December 2021, 15.00 – 16.00
Organized by WINS Adlershof
Dr. Arezoo Pooresmaeili (Göttingen) (Zoom)
“Lessons learned in academia: Gender bias and diversity”
Please register by Friday, 10 December: petra.metz@hu-berlin.de (Zoom link shared after registration)

Arezoo will talk about her personal experiences as a neuroscientist and give us an overview of how social norms that foster inequality and discrimination affect the lives of academics. During her research career, Arezoo developed an increasing interest in understanding how cognitive biases could shape our social norms. This interest was motivated by the fact that our current society is afflicted with inequality and discrimination at many levels. She is interested to understand the genealogy of economic norms that govern our social interactions and how they could ensue from basic cognitive biases and limitations that characterize human information processing. She hopes that science may enable us to first understand and subsequently to overcome unfounded judgements that reinforce social injustice and discrimination.
Arezoo Pooresmaeili is a cognitive neuroscientist and doctor of medicine. Since 2015, she is the head of the Perception and Cognition Group at the European Neuroscience Institute, Göttingen and ERC-grantee after having been postdoctoral fellow at the Pisa Vision Lab and the Berlin School of Mind and Brain (Einstein Visiting Fellow Ray Dolan's group). Her main research interests are: Systems Neuroscience and Cognitive Neuroscience, especially: Behavioral, Neuroimaging, Electrophysiology and Brain Stimulation Studies in humans, Sensory Perception, Attention, Reward Processing and Decision Making.
Dr. Arezoo Pooresmaeili is Head of the Perception and Cognition group at the European Neuroscience Institute in Göttingen
Organized by WINS = Women in Natural Sciences at Campus Adlershof, Humboldt-Universität


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This page last updated on: 30 November 2021
 

Contact für M&B Career Events

Annette Winkelmann
Berlin School of Mind and Brain
Luisenstraße 56, Room 301
Tel. +49 30 2093-89750
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