The Doctoral Candidates' Representation

Welcome to the website of the doctoral candidates' representatives on the Executive Committee and the Advisory Board of the Graduate Center.

The Doctoral Candidates' Representation is elected at the doctoral candidates' General Assembly for a one-year term. There is one representative plus one substitute on the Executive Committee and there are four representatives plus one substitute each on the Advisory Board.

If you would like to get in contact with us, please send us an Email. For our individual contact details please refer to our list of members. There you will find all ten representatives together with their fields of research.

The General Assembly 2021 will take place at 17:00 on Wednesday, 28 July 2021, online via ZOOM.

In the assembly, the representation of the doctoral candidates and their goals will be presented and a new one will be elected.

If you are interested in standing for the representation team of 2021-2022, please send us an email until 18 July 2021 to          info@dokt-vertretung.uni-kiel.de

Agenda of the Assembly:

  • Welcome by the University Board and Graduate Center of the Kiel University

  • Welcome by the Doctoral Candidates' Representation 2019-2021

  • Role and tasks for the Doctoral Candidates' Representation

  • Problems of Excellence: Doctoral Candidates in clusters and their very own difficulties

  • NextGen Voice: Promoting professional writing in English

  • Take Action: Election of the Doctoral Representation 2021-2022

The prospect and success of the doctoral community in Kiel university relies on all the doctoral candidates—incl. YOU!

We thereby look forward to your participation in the General Assembly: join us, act and vote!

 

 

Our objectives for the period 2019 - 2020

As doctoral candidates you are represented for the period 2019 - 2020 at the Graduate Center by Jinru He, Johanna Ira Blase, Danielle Harris, Georgios Marinos, Tommy Breslein (all Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences), Sascha Boelcke (Faculty of Arts and Humanities), Bráulio Borges Barreiros (Faculty of Law), Igor Kindop, Askar Mukashov (both Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences), and Leonard Siebert (Faculty of Engineering).

In the year ahead, we plan to promote our representation by focusing on the following topics:

1.    Securing a supervision agreement, outlining the level of supervision required during each doctoral candidate's doctorate

2.    Increasing the standard of the Federal State Scholarship

3.    Promoting gender equality and diversity

4.    Coordinating diverse career development resources

5.    Implementing the Open Space initiative - establishing an open platform to stimulate cross-disciplinary interaction and creativity for all university members

You are invited to keep updated on our projects at our website. Of course, we are here to stand for your interests, so please contact us if you have any questions, or issues that you feel we should address.

Your Doctoral Candidates' Representation