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Portrait Prof. Dr. Uwe Wilkesmann © private

Prof. Dr. Uwe Wilkesmann

has held the Chair of Organizational Studies and Management of Continuing Education at TU Dort­mund Uni­ver­sity since 2006. At the same time, he has been Director of the Center for Higher Education at TU Dort­mund Uni­ver­sity since 2011. Previously, he worked at Ruhr-Uni­ver­sity Bo­chum, Uni­ver­sity of Hamburg and Ludwig-Maximilians-Uni­ver­sity Munich. In addition, he was adj. professor at Hong Kong Polytechnic Uni­ver­sity (Research Centre for Knowledge Management and In­no­va­ti­on) from 2008 to 2015.

In the field of higher education re­search, he has been researching and leading projects on the governance of academic teaching and student behavior in particular.

Project staff

Portrait Sabine Lauer © private

Dr. Sabine Lauer, M.Sc.

studied sociology and biostastics at LMU Munich and has been supporting the chair team since October 2013. She was significantly involved in the BMBF proj­ect "TeachGov" (2013-2016), which was also the basis of her cumulative dissertation "Transformational Governance of Academic Teaching", awarded with the Ulrich Teichler Prize 2020.

As an experienced uni­ver­si­ty researcher and proven statistician, she will support the proj­ect "UnSicht" in the creation of the questionnaire and data analysis.

[Translate to English:] Portrait Ronja Vorberg © private

Ronja Vorberg, M.A.

holds a Bachelor's degree in Educational Science and German Studies and a Master's degree in Educational Science from Ruhr-Uni­ver­sity Bo­chum. Her study focus was on the area of learning and problem solving, as well as on the area of lifelong learning.

As a re­search assistant at TU Dort­mund Uni­ver­sity, she supports the UnSicht team. As part of the proj­ect, she is particularly involved in the creation of the questionnaire and the quantitative data analysis.

Portrait Olga Wagner © private

Olga Wagner, M.A.

holds a Bachelor’s degree in Educational Science (B.A.) from TU Dort­mund Uni­ver­sity and a Master’s degree in Adult Education/Continuing Education (M.A.) from Uni­ver­sity of Duis­burg-Essen. She is already part of the chair team since No­vem­ber 2011, first as a student / graduate assistant and since October 2017 as a re­search assistant. Therefore, she has already gained a considerable experience in different re­search projects.

In the UnSicht proj­ect, she is focusing on the planning, implementation and evaluation of the qua­li­ta­ti­ve empirical study. Parallel to the proj­ect, she is writing her dissertation on the topic: Socialization of Young Scientists. Her re­search interests particularly lie at the intersection of higher education, organization, and socialization.

Portrait Leonie Fritsch © private

Leonie Fritsch

is studying educational science (B.A.) and is supporting the proj­ect team as a student assistant.