The Tenure-Track Professorship: Is “Cultural Change” the Order of the Day?
There can be no doubt about the fact that the tenure-track professorship has considerable potential. But how could it be better embedded within Germany’s academic system, and how might a
Goethe University Open Access Publication Fund
Open Access (OA) refers to free access to scientific publications for all interested parties worldwide. OA ensures that research results, most of which are financed with public funds, can be
New framework for cooperation with Confucius Institute Frankfurt
Goethe University has re-evaluated its contractual cooperation with the Confucius Institute Frankfurt, in place since 2008, and has decided not to extend the cooperation agreement following its expiration at the
Who am I, and, if so, with whom am I affiliated?
There are many advantages to being able to clearly assign scientific publications to their authors and their respective institutions. The number and type of publications is an important criterion both
The University Library as a place of continuous evolution
Johann Christian Senckenberg University Library Director Daniela Poth talks about the institution’s ongoing strategic transformation process. UniReport: Ms Poth, digitization is not a new catchword at the UB [University Library].
Goethe University receives “gem of the month” award for internationalization of Teacher Training Program
Goethe University has been named the “University Gem” of the month January 2023 – an award bestowed by the Stifterverband, a joint initiative started by companies and foundations and devoted
Franco-German research as an expression of Franco-German friendship
The Institut franco-allemand de sciences historiques et sociales (Franco-German Institute for Historical and Social Sciences) has a new leadership: After eleven years, Prof. Pierre Monnet has passed the baton on
Conference in Israel marks official start to new Frankfurt-Tel Aviv Center
Having signed the “Letter of Intent” a year ago, the Frankfurt-Tel Aviv Center for Interreligious Studies has now been officially launched with a two-day conference held in Israel. The program
Economics and Business: 30 years of partnership between Goethe University and Université Paris-Dauphine
The collaboration with the Université Paris Dauphine-PSL is one of the oldest and most intensive cooperations of Goethe University’s Faculty of Economics and Business. Its distinguishing feature: two double-degree programs
From Frankfurt to Saskatchewan: Joint research for the health of our planet
Joint research connects: The commitment to sustainability, biodiversity and planetary health brought individual researchers from the University of Saskatchewan and Goethe University together years ago. Now, the two universities have