Lehre

Aktuelle Lehrveranstaltungen

Prof. Dr. Jens Newig

Kolloquium Promotionskolleg Nachhaltigkeitswissenschaft


The Faculty Doctoral Colloquium should give doctoral candidates the opportunity to present and discuss their work in the wider context of sustainability science. That way, the Colloquium should also foster exchange across disciplines.

Ziel: All doctoral students in their last year will be asked to present once in this format (20 mins presentation + 20 mins). If at all possible, this should be in English in order to reach as many colleagues in the Faculty as possible.

Presentations should be held in a way that interested non-specialists can follow, and should address the main research question(s), method(s), findings of the research and its broader importance to sustainability (science). It should briefly mention the context (funded research project etc.) and whether it is a book or paper-based dissertation. Discussion should be moderated, if possible, by the principal superviser.

Sustainability Governance Colloquium


Präsentation zum Arbeitsstand der Promotionsvorhaben im Rahmen der Arbeitsgruppe Governance und Nachhaltigkeit.

Ziel: Inhaltlicher Austausch innerhalb der Arbeitsgruppe und Rückmeldungen zum Promotionsvorhaben.

Dr. Michael Rose

Basics of Inter- and Transdisciplinarity - lecture


Overview of systemic and governance-related structure of sustainability problems.

Qualitative, semi-quantitative and quantitative methods for knowledge integration and identifying, framing and solving (sustainability) problems:

Actor and system analysis, future studies, assessment approaches, integrative approaches of problem transformation and solving, methods for designig and implementating collaborative processes (both transdisciplinary research approaches and approaches for supporting societal negotiation processes).

Ziel: The students acquire knowledge, skills and capabilities for purposefully engaging with sustainability problems in a project oriented way by: (i) understanding conceptual fundamentals of sustainability and respective problems, (ii) being able to apply a set of methods meaningfully to a given problem, (iii) being capable of identifying and discussing potentials and limitations of respective methods and the relevance of knowledge integration and achieving collaborative/participatory processes between science and society.

Inter- und Transdisziplinäre Grundlagen - Seminar 2 Uwi


In the Seminar we excercise and discuss the contents of the related lecture. We will have literature work, excercises, group discussions and presentations.

Overview of systemic and governance-related structure of sustainability problems.

Qualitative, semi-quantitative and quantitative methods for knowledge integration and identifying, framing and solving (sustainability) problems:

Actor and system analysis, future studies, assessment approaches, integrative approaches of problem transformation and solving, methods for designig and implementating collaborative processes (both transdisciplinary research approaches and approaches for supporting societal negotiation processes.

Ziel: The students acquire knowledge, skills and capabilities for purposefully engaging with sustainability problems in a project oriented way by: (i) understanding conceptual fundamentals of sustainability and respective problems, (ii) being able to apply a set of methods meaningfully to a given problem, (iii) being capable of identifying and discussing potentials and limitations of respective methods and the relevance of knowledge integration and achieving collaborative/participatory processes between science and society.

Inter- und Transdisziplinäre Grundlagen - Seminar 3 Uwi


In the Seminar we excercise and discuss the contents of the related lecture. We will have literature work, excercises, group discussions and presentations.

Overview of systemic and governance-related structure of sustainability problems.

Qualitative, semi-quantitative and quantitative methods for knowledge integration and identifying, framing and solving (sustainability) problems:

Actor and system analysis, future studies, assessment approaches, integrative approaches of problem transformation and solving, methods for designig and implementating collaborative processes (both transdisciplinary research approaches and approaches for supporting societal negotiation processes.

Ziel: The students acquire knowledge, skills and capabilities for purposefully engaging with sustainability problems in a project oriented way by: (i) understanding conceptual fundamentals of sustainability and respective problems, (ii) being able to apply a set of methods meaningfully to a given problem, (iii) being capable of identifying and discussing potentials and limitations of respective methods and the relevance of knowledge integration and achieving collaborative/participatory processes between science and society.

Basics of Inter- and Transdisciplinarity - Seminar 1 (for GESS)


In the Seminar we excercise and discuss the contents of the related lecture. We will have literature work, excercises, group discussions and presentations.

Overview of systemic and governance-related structure of sustainability problems.

Qualitative, semi-quantitative and quantitative methods for knowledge integration and identifying, framing and solving (sustainability) problems:

Actor and system analysis, future studies, assessment approaches, integrative approaches of problem transformation and solving, methods for designig and implementating collaborative processes (both transdisciplinary research approaches and approaches for supporting societal negotiation processes.

Ziel: The students acquire knowledge, skills and capabilities for purposefully engaging with sustainability problems in a project oriented way by: (i) understanding conceptual fundamentals of sustainability and respective problems, (ii) being able to apply a set of methods meaningfully to a given problem, (iii) being capable of identifying and discussing potentials and limitations of respective methods and the relevance of knowledge integration and achieving collaborative/participatory processes between science and society.

Inter- und Transdisziplinäre Grundlagen - Seminar 4 Uwi


In the Seminar we excercise and discuss the contents of the related lecture. We will have literature work, excercises, group discussions and presentations.

Overview of systemic and governance-related structure of sustainability problems.

Qualitative, semi-quantitative and quantitative methods for knowledge integration and identifying, framing and solving (sustainability) problems:

Actor and system analysis, future studies, assessment approaches, integrative approaches of problem transformation and solving, methods for designig and implementating collaborative processes (both transdisciplinary research approaches and approaches for supporting societal negotiation processes.

Ziel: The students acquire knowledge, skills and capabilities for purposefully engaging with sustainability problems in a project oriented way by: (i) understanding conceptual fundamentals of sustainability and respective problems, (ii) being able to apply a set of methods meaningfully to a given problem, (iii) being capable of identifying and discussing potentials and limitations of respective methods and the relevance of knowledge integration and achieving collaborative/participatory processes between science and society.

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