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HELENE-LANGE-Prize 2022

To all women in the digital environment

On 31. March 2022, the EWE Foundation will once again award the Helene Lange Prize: Women in the Digital Environment, endowed with 15,000 euros. The OFFIS Institute for Computer Science and the City of Oldenburg are cooperation partners for this science prize, and the patron is Lower Saxony's Minister for Science and Culture. The award is intended to honour young female scientists who have dealt with aspects of digitalisation relevant to everyday life in a particularly innovative and creative way, and who can imagine actively shaping social transformation processes as leaders in science or business in the future.

The application period is from 15 October to 15 December 2021. You can find more information by clicking the button below,

 

Annual Report of the Graduate Centre

First Annual Report 2019/2020

The first annual report of the Graduate Centre of the University of Vechta is available! It documents the joint work since the official founding of the Graduate Centre on the 18th of December 2019 and reports about the period until the 31st of December 2020.
*Clicking on the picture will take you to the members' page, where you can find the annual report at the bottom.

Monthly Newsletter from the Department for Research Development & Knowledge Transfer

In this newsletter you will be informed about possible funding opportunities, prizes, scholarships and events. These newsletters are in German. If you have any questions concerning the newsletter, please conctact the Department

Work of the Graduate Centre in times of the coronavirus pandemic

Together for the region and beyond: The University of Vechta takes responsibility and makes its contribution to containing the coronavirus. In order to comply with hygiene regulations and minimum distances, we work both in home office and on campus in accordance with the current situation.

Due to the transition period, the Graduate Centre currently cannot offer any personal consultations. You can reach us preferably via email or phone. We will take care of your enquiry as quickly as possible and are also happy to offer you consultation appointments via phone or web conference. We empty our post office box on campus at least once a week during restricted regular service so that documents received can be processed.

Thank you for your understanding!

Decisions with regard to the coronavirus pandemic

Compensatory support for qualification phases

The University Executive Board has adopted a decision on compensatory support for qualification phases of junior researchers due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

People who, between 1 March 2020 and 31 March 2021,

  • are employed at the University of Vechta with the purpose of academic qualification (posts for supporting junior researchers (FwN post))
  • or are receiving or have received a scholarship from the Committee for Research and Support for Junior Researchers (KFN completion scholarship),

can apply for an extension of their employment or scholarship of up to 6 months.

Before applying, the applicant should consult with the supervisor of the qualification process. This form is to be used for application.

Disputations via web conference

The University Executive Board decided on 12 May 2020 that, in exceptional circumstances and where participants are particularly affected, disputations may also be held as a web conference. The relevant faculties are responsible for the organization.

Further Documents

Most of these documents are currently only available in German. Please write us an email if you have any questions.