Lecture: Inclusion during a Doctorate? Chances, Risks, and Side Effects when Doing a Doctorate with a Disability (16 May 2019)
The Graduate School of Humanities (GSGG) and the Graduate School of Social Sciences (GGG) have established a new project to campus wide further the inclusion of female PhD students with disabilities, chronic diseases, or care responsibilities. The project aims to initiate networking, to identify further potentials for inclusion and to learn how the inclusion at Göttingen University can be improved. In addition, expert talks on inclusion in higher education, and e.g. a round table on PhD studies and supervision with regard to inclusion are organised.
Inclusion during a Doctorate? Chances, Risks, and Side Effects when Doing a Doctorate with a Disability” (Susanne Groth, Köln), May 16, 2019, 18:15-19:45, , VG 1.103
How do PhD students with disabilities experience everyday life at a university? What kind of challenges are they faced with? Whom do they when inform about their disabilities? What kind of reactions show supervisors on that? What solutions do they have when dealing with potential problems? And are disabilities or health problems actually taken into account in PhD regulations
In her lecture Susanne Groth will be focusing on experience and knowledge from the project “PROMI – Promotion inklusive”.
The lecture will be in German, but discussion in English is welcome, too.