CRC 1182 Diversity

By diversity, the CRC 1182 understands people with varying characteristics, such as different social and regional origin, gender, age, sexual orientation or identity, disability and/or chronic illness, religion or world view.

CRC 1182 Measures in Times of COVID-19

The CRC 1182 aims to detect, address and solve the multifaceted challenges of its members in times of pandemic through close supervision by our coach Ute Jülly. The mix of onboarding Focus Interviews for new members and targeted coaching for critical situations, from project issues to career moves, has proven to be a valuable tool for our young scientific talents over the past years.


CRC 1182 Dialogues on Diversity

The CRC 1182 offers adequate formats to discuss the multiple aspects of diversity and its relevance for scientific output.
Together with personal coach Ute Jülly, the female professors of the CRC 1182 form the Gender Task Force. The professors organize in alternating order an event for the empowerment of women together with an invited female guest speaker. Activities includes panel discussions and career options. In addition the CRC 1182 holds Women’s Lunches with international female scientists to promote the exchange amount the female young researchers about career paths and opportunities.


CRC 1182 Lynn Margulis Fund

The Lynn Margulis funds will support outstanding female postdocs and advanced female doctoral researchers of the CRC 1182 with up to 10,000 €*. The fund must be used for a research stay in the laboratory of a distinguished female scientist host at an institution other than the member institutions of the CRC 1182, ideally abroad. Considering the pandemic situation, we recommend to choose a distinguished female scholar located at an institution, which allows the presence of visiting scientists.


CRC 1182 Video Series: Young Researchers Talk About the Challenges of Their Scientific Careers

The CRC 1182 invites international young researchers to talk about their research, but especially about their experiences and their strategies to overcome the divers challenges of a scientific career. The challenges are very individual from balancing family and career, finding a job for one’s partner in the same place to cultural problems and each country holds different solutions. See what our guests have to say about it…


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