The Tenure-Track Professorship in Germany
With the Tenure-Track Programme, the German Federal Government and the Länder currently make decisive changes to university personnel structures in Germany. With a total of 1,000 tenure-track professorships funded at 75 universities nationwide, the program permanently establishes an internationally known career path, thus triggering a structural and cultural change at German universities. The workshops offer the opportunity to exchange ideas with funded tenure-track professors and leaders from the university side, to find out more about the internationally attractive career path of the German tenure-track professorship. The focus will be on the benefits of the tenure-track professorship in Germany as well as on questions regarding the application and appointment process, the status and progress of tenure-track professorships, and the compatibility of family and career.
- Prof. Dr. Charlott Rubach, Tenure-Track-Professor, University of Rostock
- Prof. Dr. Nabeel Aslam, Tenure Track Professor, TU Braunschweig
- Prof. Dr. Jutta Günther, Rector, University of Bremen
- Prof. Dr. Ursula M. Staudinger, Rector, TU Dresden
- Prof. Dr. Enrico Schleiff, President, Goethe University Frankfurt
- Moderator: Prof. Dr. Daniel Esser, Senior Researcher, German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS) and Associated Professor, American University in Washington, DC