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  • Institut Interuniversitari d’Estudis de Dones i Gènere (iiEDG) | The Gender & ICT Blog
    in the early 1990s and its aim was essentially the recognition and institutionalisation of studies on women and gender in the university sphere This entry was posted in Uncategorized on October 14 2013 by Ana Maria González Ramos Post navigation We have launched EU FP7 Project GenPORT An internet portal for sharing knowledge and inspiring collaborative action on gender and science Alice Bell shows us how not to run a

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  • The interdisciplinary graduate program “Topology of Technology” at the Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany, announces up to 4 visiting fellowships (for a three-month period in 2014). | The Gender & ICT Blog
    the German Research Council DFG see www dfg de http www dfg de Monthly stipends bursaries range between 1 468 and 1 570 euros parents receive additional child allowances There are no tax reductions however fellows have to finance their own health insurance The visiting fellowships are offered to graduate candidates or recent PhDs interested in intensifying their own work on the relationship between technology and space during a three month stay in Darmstadt Applicants are asked to indicate in what way they expect to profit from intensified contacts with our graduate program Applications are only accepted in electronic form They should include 1 a CV 2 copies of academic diplomas containing details of language skills 3 a short description max 5 pages of the planned doctoral dissertation and 4 the names and addresses of two university professors who are willing to act as reference persons please merge the documents into one single file max 6 MB in PDF format Please send your application no later than November 15 2013 to topologie ifs tu darmstadt de mailto topologie ifs tu darmstadt de Please make sure that it includes a personally formulated explanation why you are particularly interested in the topic of the program and to which thematic focus your research will in the first instance contribute Applicants are asked to indicate which months they want to spend in Darmstadt If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact one of the directors Petra Gehring gehring phil tu darmstadt de mailto gehring phil tu darmstadt de or Mikael H rd hard ifs tu darmstadt de mailto hard ifs tu darmstadt de More information about the research and teaching program of the post graduate college graduate school may be found under http www ifs tu darmstadt de index php id 1921

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  • graduate programme | The Gender & ICT Blog
    Technologies in Spatial Contexts The Modeling and Simulation of Spatial Relations by Technological Means The program GRK 1343 is primarily financed by the German Research Council DFG see www dfg de http www dfg de Monthly stipends bursaries range between 1 468 and 1 570 euros parents receive additional child allowances There are no tax reductions however fellows have to finance their own health insurance The visiting fellowships are offered to graduate candidates or recent PhDs interested in intensifying their own work on the relationship between technology and space during a three month stay in Darmstadt Applicants are asked to indicate in what way they expect to profit from intensified contacts with our graduate program Applications are only accepted in electronic form They should include 1 a CV 2 copies of academic diplomas containing details of language skills 3 a short description max 5 pages of the planned doctoral dissertation and 4 the names and addresses of two university professors who are willing to act as reference persons please merge the documents into one single file max 6 MB in PDF format Please send your application no later than November 15 2013 to topologie ifs tu darmstadt de mailto topologie ifs tu darmstadt de Please make sure that it includes a personally formulated explanation why you are particularly interested in the topic of the program and to which thematic focus your research will in the first instance contribute Applicants are asked to indicate which months they want to spend in Darmstadt If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact one of the directors Petra Gehring gehring phil tu darmstadt de mailto gehring phil tu darmstadt de or Mikael H rd hard ifs tu darmstadt de mailto hard ifs tu darmstadt de More information about the research and teaching

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  • Spatial relations | The Gender & ICT Blog
    Technologies in Spatial Contexts The Modeling and Simulation of Spatial Relations by Technological Means The program GRK 1343 is primarily financed by the German Research Council DFG see www dfg de http www dfg de Monthly stipends bursaries range between 1 468 and 1 570 euros parents receive additional child allowances There are no tax reductions however fellows have to finance their own health insurance The visiting fellowships are offered to graduate candidates or recent PhDs interested in intensifying their own work on the relationship between technology and space during a three month stay in Darmstadt Applicants are asked to indicate in what way they expect to profit from intensified contacts with our graduate program Applications are only accepted in electronic form They should include 1 a CV 2 copies of academic diplomas containing details of language skills 3 a short description max 5 pages of the planned doctoral dissertation and 4 the names and addresses of two university professors who are willing to act as reference persons please merge the documents into one single file max 6 MB in PDF format Please send your application no later than November 15 2013 to topologie ifs tu darmstadt de mailto topologie ifs tu darmstadt de Please make sure that it includes a personally formulated explanation why you are particularly interested in the topic of the program and to which thematic focus your research will in the first instance contribute Applicants are asked to indicate which months they want to spend in Darmstadt If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact one of the directors Petra Gehring gehring phil tu darmstadt de mailto gehring phil tu darmstadt de or Mikael H rd hard ifs tu darmstadt de mailto hard ifs tu darmstadt de More information about the research and teaching

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  • stipends | The Gender & ICT Blog
    Technologies in Spatial Contexts The Modeling and Simulation of Spatial Relations by Technological Means The program GRK 1343 is primarily financed by the German Research Council DFG see www dfg de http www dfg de Monthly stipends bursaries range between 1 468 and 1 570 euros parents receive additional child allowances There are no tax reductions however fellows have to finance their own health insurance The visiting fellowships are offered to graduate candidates or recent PhDs interested in intensifying their own work on the relationship between technology and space during a three month stay in Darmstadt Applicants are asked to indicate in what way they expect to profit from intensified contacts with our graduate program Applications are only accepted in electronic form They should include 1 a CV 2 copies of academic diplomas containing details of language skills 3 a short description max 5 pages of the planned doctoral dissertation and 4 the names and addresses of two university professors who are willing to act as reference persons please merge the documents into one single file max 6 MB in PDF format Please send your application no later than November 15 2013 to topologie ifs tu darmstadt de mailto topologie ifs tu darmstadt de Please make sure that it includes a personally formulated explanation why you are particularly interested in the topic of the program and to which thematic focus your research will in the first instance contribute Applicants are asked to indicate which months they want to spend in Darmstadt If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact one of the directors Petra Gehring gehring phil tu darmstadt de mailto gehring phil tu darmstadt de or Mikael H rd hard ifs tu darmstadt de mailto hard ifs tu darmstadt de More information about the research and teaching

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  • technology | The Gender & ICT Blog
    4 the names and addresses of two university professors who are willing to act as reference persons please merge the documents into one single file max 6 MB in PDF format Please send your application no later than November 15 2013 to topologie ifs tu darmstadt de mailto topologie ifs tu darmstadt de Please make sure that it includes a personally formulated explanation why you are particularly interested in the topic of the program and to which thematic focus your research will in the first instance contribute Applicants are asked to indicate which months they want to spend in Darmstadt If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact one of the directors Petra Gehring gehring phil tu darmstadt de mailto gehring phil tu darmstadt de or Mikael H rd hard ifs tu darmstadt de mailto hard ifs tu darmstadt de More information about the research and teaching program of the post graduate college graduate school may be found under http www ifs tu darmstadt de index php id 1921 L 2 This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged graduate programme Spatial relations stipends technology on October 23 2013 by Juliet Webster We have launched EU FP7 Project GenPORT An internet portal for sharing knowledge and inspiring collaborative action on gender and science This month the Gender and ICT Programme in the IN3 launched our four year EU FP7 Supporting Action which will create an internet based community of practice on gender equality in science technology and innovation Partners from five other EU Member States Germany Italy Slovakia Sweden and the UK came to the IN3 for the first project meeting on 3 5 June 2013 Here we agreed the work programme of the entire project team for the coming year We also started planning the high level

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  • Announcing a Special Stream on the Gender Dynamics of ICT and New Media Careers at the 2014 Gender, Work and Organisation Conference | The Gender & ICT Blog
    Authors will be notified of successful submissions within the month The link to the call for abstracts in all streams is here under Events This entry was posted in Uncategorized on October 23 2013 by Juliet Webster Post navigation Alice Bell shows us how not to run a women and science campaign The interdisciplinary graduate program Topology of Technology at the Darmstadt University of Technology Germany announces up to 4

    Original URL path: http://gender-ict.net/announcing-a-special-stream-on-the-gender-dynamics-of-ict-and-new-media-careers-at-the-2014-gender-work-and-organisation-conference/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Alice Bell shows us how not to run a women and science campaign | The Gender & ICT Blog
    issues she is both bemused and outraged by the European Commission s recent campaign Science It s a Girl Thing which aimed to recruit more young women to science However as she shows institutional sexism and indeed racism have a long history and a wide geography which is precisely why campaigns which focus only on raising awareness including ones as flawed as the Commission s of last year has been found to be so limited in their effectiveness The European Commission itself is now much more alive to the need to fix the institutions its recent report on Structural Change in Research Institutions testifies to this change in thinking Addressing the structures and politics of knowledge production is where action is really needed The Commission s task now must be to ensure that its new research programme Horizon 2020 begins to do this This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged European Commission Structural Change in Research Institutions Women in science on October 23 2013 by Juliet Webster Post navigation Institut Interuniversitari d Estudis de Dones i Gènere iiEDG Announcing a Special Stream on the Gender Dynamics of ICT and New Media Careers at the 2014 Gender Work and Organisation

    Original URL path: http://gender-ict.net/alice-bell-shows-us-how-not-to-run-a-women-and-science-campaign/ (2016-04-30)
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