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Research in Higher Education in Germany: A Symposium on Longitudinal Studies in the Perspective of Institutional Contexts and Reforms.

Briedis, K., & Ordemann, J. (2023, Oktober).
Research in Higher Education in Germany: A Symposium on Longitudinal Studies in the Perspective of Institutional Contexts and Reforms.Symposium im Rahmen der Tagung Life courses in times of uncertainty, Society of Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies (SLLS), München, Deutschland.
Abstract

Research in higher education is inherently interdisciplinary and longitudinal in its perspective. The educational pathway to study begins in the cradle and continues with the choice of the type of university and the subject of study and then ends in the labor market or in the decision to remain in the academic system, to pursue a doctorate or even a professorship. In our symposium, we bring together interdisciplinary contributions that research a variety of topics in higher education from student aid to returns on subject-specific education, decisions about late career drop out and pathways to professorships. Discussant: Katharina Werner (ifo).

Accumulate or depreciate? Monetary returns to multiple qualifications in the context of the German labour market.

Dahm, G. (2023, Oktober).
Accumulate or depreciate? Monetary returns to multiple qualifications in the context of the German labour market. Vortrag auf der Konferenz SLLS Annual Conference. Life Courses in Times of Uncertainty, Society for Life Course and Longitudinal Studies, Ludwig Maximilian Universität München.

Investigating students‘ academic self-concept and persistence in STEM: How do gender differences relate to female representation?

Fiedler, I. (2023, Oktober).
Investigating students‘ academic self-concept and persistence in STEM: How do gender differences relate to female representation? Vortrag auf der Konferenz SLLS Annual Conference: Life Courses in Times of Uncertainty, Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies (SLLS), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.

High School Grades, Non-Cognitive Capabilities and Social Inequality in Higher Education Enrolment.

Grüttner, M., Peter, F., & Buchholz, S. (2023, Oktober).
High School Grades, Non-Cognitive Capabilities and Social Inequality in Higher Education Enrolment. Vortrag auf der Konferenz 2023 SLLS Annual Conference, Life Courses in Times of Uncertainty, Society for Life Course and Longitudinal Studies, München.

Career paths to professorship in Germany: A classification and description of critical factors.

Kizilirmak, Jasmin M. (2023, Oktober).
Career paths to professorship in Germany: A classification and description of critical factors. In J. Ordemann & K. Briedis (Vorsitz), Research in Higher Education in Germany: A Symposium on Longitudinal Studies in the Perspective of Institutional Contexts and Reforms. auf der Tagung SLLS Annual Conference: Life Courses in Times of Uncertainty, Munich, Germany.
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  • Subject-specific higher education gender wage gap in Germany, 1993-2013.

    Ordemann, J., & Trennt, F. (2023, Oktober).
    Subject-specific higher education gender wage gap in Germany, 1993-2013. In J. Ordemann & K. Briedis (Vorsitz), Research in higher education in Germany: Longitudinal studies in the perspective of insitutional contexts and reforms. Symposium im Rahmen der Tagung Life courses in times of uncertainty, Society of Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies (SLLS), München, Deutschland.

    Der KDSF als wissenschaftsgeleiteter Standard für die Erfassung und Nutzung von Forschungsinformationen.

    Biesenbender, S. (2023, Oktober).
    Der KDSF als wissenschaftsgeleiteter Standard für die Erfassung und Nutzung von Forschungsinformationen. Vortrag im Rahmen des Leibniz-Führungskollegs "Reform der wissenschaftlichen Leistungsbewertung – Perspektiven und Chancen für die Leibniz-Gemeinschaft", Leibniz-Gemeinschaft, Berlin.

    Lässt sich akademische Freiheit mit bibliometrischen Methoden vermessen?

    Aman, V. (2023, Oktober).
    Lässt sich akademische Freiheit mit bibliometrischen Methoden vermessen? Vortrag auf der Konferenz The Future of Higher Education and Science, Leibniz Center for Social Sciences, Leibniz-Universität Hannover & German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW), Hannover.

    Application of language models in research and their explainability.

    Avetisyan, H. (2023, Oktober).
    Application of language models in research and their explainability. Poster auf der Konferenz The Future of Higher Education and Science – A Turn of the Times?, Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW), Leibniz Forschungszentrum Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft (LCSS), Hannover, Deutschland.

    Geopolitik und die Gestaltung von Kooperationen in Wissenschaft und Hochschule.

    Blümel, C. (2023, Oktober).
    Geopolitik und die Gestaltung von Kooperationen in Wissenschaft und Hochschule. Vortrag auf der Konferenz The Future of Higher Education and Science - A Turn of the Times?, Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW), Hannover, Deutschland.
    Abstract

    Geopolitische Spannungen haben zunehmend Auswirkungen auf die Wissenschaft und den wissenschaftlichen Austausch. Das Verhältnis zwischen Staat und Wissenschaft wird in vielen Ländern unterschiedlich verstanden; eine gesetzlich verbriefte Wissenschaftsfreiheit wie in Deutschland existiert nicht überall. Dennoch agieren auch autoritär geführte Regime, in denen Eingriffe in die Wissenschaftsfreiheit beobachtet werden, wissenschaftlich sehr erfolgreich. Die Frage, die sich daraus ergibt und die vor dem Hintergrund des Angriffskriegs in der Ukraine dringlich diskutiert wird, ist: wie gestalten wir wissenschaftliche Kooperationen und wissenschaftlichen Austausch neu?

    Studying without Abitur - How successful are non-traditional students?

    Dahm, G. (2023, Oktober).
    Studying without Abitur - How successful are non-traditional students? Poster auf der Konferenz The Future of Higher Education and Science - A Turn of the Times?, German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies/Leibniz Center for Science and Society, Leibniz University Hannover.

    Covid-driven digitalization and comprehensive internationalization strategies in higher education: A scoping review.

    Ferreira Santos, L. (2023, Oktober).
    Covid-driven digitalization and comprehensive internationalization strategies in higher education: A scoping review. Poster auf der Konferenz "The Future of Higher Education and Science - A Turn of the Times?", German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science (DZHW) and Leibniz Center for Science and Society (LCSS), Hannover, Deutschland.
    Abstract

    The poster presentation at the DZHW/LCSS Conference 2023 aimed at sharing the findings of a scoping review conducted in the context of the project Internationalization in the Digital Transformation – INDISTRA. The study reviews international scientific literature on the intersections between COVID-driven digitalization and the internationalization strategies of higher education institutions. The focus lies on teaching and learning, cooperation, support structures, and leadership processes.

    Gender-specific differentiation processes in higher education.

    Fiedler, I. (2023, Oktober).
    Gender-specific differentiation processes in higher education. Poster auf der Konferenz The Future of Higher Education and Science – A Turn of the Times?, DZHW/LCSS, Leibniz Universität Hannover.

    Third-party funding data for research evaluation – On assumptions for efficiency measures with data from medical faculties in Germany.

    Hartstein, J. (2023, Oktober).
    Third-party funding data for research evaluation – On assumptions for efficiency measures with data from medical faculties in Germany. Poster auf der Konferenz The Future of Higher Education and Science, Leibniz Center for Social Sciences, Leibniz-Universität Hannover & German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW), Hannover.
    Abstract

    Efficiency measures as indicators for research excellence are less prominent than productivity measures (aka publication counts) and reception measures (aka citation counts), yet they are frequently discussed [...]. For some years now, practitioners and policy makers have discussed including third-party funding data [...] into efficiency measurement – either as input (income, spending) or as output (grants), which leads to the research question of this contribution: Can third-party funding data reasonably be included in efficiency measurement without violating the assumptions of linear models? And which type of TPF count (income, spending, grants) would be most suitable as input or output variable respectively?

    Making the invisible differences visible.

    Hartstein, J., Tcypina, A., & Fabian, G. (2023, Oktober).
    Making the invisible differences visible. Vortrag auf der Konferenz The Future of Higher Education and Science, Leibniz Center for Social Sciences, Leibniz-Universität Hannover & Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW), Hannover.

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