Program

 

Program for download

 

OCTOBER 9th, 2017

Time

Room

 

10:30 am

-1605 / Foyer seminar rooms

REGISTRATION AND WELCOME COFFEE RECEPTION

11:00 am

-1606

WELCOME BY THE ORGANIZERS: Guido Bünstorf, Anna Kosmützky, Georg Krücken

INTRO TO TOPIC/Program: Anna Kosmützky

GETTING TO KNOW EACH OTHER: Guido Bünstorf, Anna Kosmützky, Georg Krücken

12:30 pm

Canteen

LUNCH BREAK

2:00 pm

0446

OPENING KEYNOTE
“Joint Search and the Competition for Funding: What Do We Know about the Selection of Collaborative R&D Projects?”

Christoph Grimpe (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark)

3:30 pm

-1605 / Foyer seminar rooms

COFFEE BREAK

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

-1606

PRESENTATIONS: Organizational Perspectives
“Danish Universities as Organizations”

Andreas Kjær (Aarhus University, Denmark)

“Quality as Relevance and Status - Developments in Quality Assurance of Higher Education in Norway and Denmark”

Hanne Kvilhaugsvik (University of Bergen, Norway)
“Financial Autonomy and Academic Freedom in Nordic Universities”

Jonas Krog Lind (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

7:00 pm

Kaskaden-

wirtschaft

Grischäfer

Schlosspark

Kassel

RECEPTION; JOINT OPENING DINNER WITH DINNER TALK talk

“American Universities as Organizational Actors”

Francisco O. Ramirez (Stanford University, United States of America)

OCTOBER 10th, 2017

Time

Room

 

9:00 am

 

 

parallel

sessions

-1606

LECTURE AND EXTENDED DISCUSSION

“p-hacking, HARKing and Publication Bias”

Stephan B. Bruns (Göttingen University, Germany)

-1607

WORKSHOP

“Interviewing Informants”

Grit Laudel and Jochen Gläser (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

12:30 pm

Canteen

LUNCH BREAK

2:00 pm

-1606

PRESENTATIONS: Boundary Spanning Perspectives
“Alumni as Boundary Spanners in Increasingly Open and Dynamically Evolving Universities”

Sophia Bittner-Zähr (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

"The Myth of Merit: Analysis of the Effect of Social Class of Origin on Levels of Earnings of Doctorate Holders in Chile"

Roxana Chiappa (University of Washington, United States of America)

“Intergovernmental Research Organizations as Intersection of Mixed Boundaries”

Nicolas Vincent Rüffin (Berlin Social Science Center/WZB, Germany)

3:30 pm

-1605 / Foyer seminar rooms

COFFEE BREAK

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

parallel

sessions

-1606

PRESENTATIONS: Perspectives on Students
“Underground Universities: BIHE Example”

Emek Baris (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
“Student-Faculty Interactions in Russian Universities: Engineering Students' Perceived Barriers and Incentives”

Zibeyda Dzhafarova (National Research University Higher School of Economics Moscow, Russia)

“Analysis of the Organizational Effectiveness of Faculties in Different Situations”

Ilse Hagerer (Osnabrück University, Germany)

-1607

PRESENTATIONS: Policy/Culture Perspectives

“On 'Excellence': The Struggle for Legitimacy. Policy and Women in Science in Research Universities in Israel”

Jamila Elnashef (Tel-Aviv University, Israel)

“Excellent University, Excellent Income? - Influence of the Excellence Initiative in Germany on Early Income of Graduates”

Silvia Kopecny (Bavarian State Institute for Higher Education Research and Planning/IHF, Germany)

“Dynamic of the Russian Higher Education Institutions Resources”

Bela Talovskaia (National Research University Higher School of Economics Moscow, Russia)

6:00 pm

-1605 / Foyer seminar rooms

CASUAL DINNER (Asia food)

OCTOBER 11th, 2017

Time

Room

 

9:00 am

-1606

LECTURE

“Big Data in Science and Higher Education Research: Examples of Relational and Semantic Approaches”

Achim Oberg (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria)

10:30 am

-1605 / Foyer seminar rooms

COFFEE BREAK

11:00 am

-1606

PRESENTATIONS: Perspectives on Graduates

“The Initiative of Excellence and its Influence on the Reproduction of Elites in Germany. Analysis of a 'Consciousness of Excellence'"

Anika Meß (University of Kassel, Germany)

“Husband and Wife Thrive? Performance of German Doctoral Couples in Natural Sciences”

Andreas Rehs (University of Kassel, Germany)

“Graduates' Proactive Skill Development in Reaction to Digitization - Environmental Perceptions as Drivers of Career-Enhancing Behaviors in Times of Boundaryless Careers”

Esther Ostmeier (Bavarian State Institute for Higher Education Research and Planning/IHF, Germany)

12:30 pm

Canteen

LUNCH BREAK

1:45 pm - 3:15 pm

Foyer of the

lecture hall 0446

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

“Performance of the German Higher Education System”

Peer-Benedikt Vincent Bussiek (London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom)

“The Impact of Globalization on the Internationalization of European Public Universities”

Tamara Dagen (University of Zagreb, Croatia)

“Between Facts, Feelings and Science(-fiction): Public Participation and Protest in the Case of Carbon-Dioxide-Removal Technologies in Germany

Annabarbara Friedrich (Universität Hamburg, Germany)

“Governance in Interorganizational Collaboration in International Higher Education: A Study to German-Arab Joint and Double Degrees”

Younes Qrirou (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany)

“Governance of the Third Mission at a Multi-Campus University: The Case of Cooperative Study Programs”

Benjamin Robert Schiller (Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Stuttgart, Germany)

“The Role of (Past) Boundaries in the Recent Evolution of the Algerian Higher Education System”

Leonie Schoelen (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany/Paris Descartes University, France)

“Health Related Lifestyle Choices and Strategies Among Youth in Lithuania: Social Context of Health Inequalities”

Eglė Večorskytė (Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania)

3:30 pm - 6:00 pm

-1606

INSIST WORKSHOP

"Drawing Boundaries between Good Scientific Practice and Misconduct"

Felicitas Heßelmann (German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies/DZHW, Germany)

David Howoldt (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark)

Mathis Nolte (University of Wuppertal, Germany)

Sabrina Petersohn (University of Wuppertal and German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies/DZHW, Germany)

7:00 pm

Boccaccio

Zwylle GmbH

Querallee 36

Kassel

 

RECEPTION JOINT DINNER

OCTOBER 12th, 2017

Time

Room

 

9:00 am

-1606

PRESENTATIONS: Comparative Perspectives

“Vanishing Point: Conceptual Challenges of Comparative Studies on Liberal Education”

Daniel Kontowski (University of Winchester, United Kingdom)

“Similarities and Differences: The Contents of Presidents' Letters of US Universities and Colleges”

Simon Oertel (Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany)

International Student Mobility in Higher Education: Perspectives of China and Germany

Hongmei Sziegat (Beijing Normal University, P.R. China)

10:30 am

-1605 / Foyer seminar rooms

COFFEE BREAK

11:00 am

-1606

INTRODUCTORY TALK

"The Additional Layer of Comparative Methodology"

Anna Kosmützky (University of Kassel, Germany)

Romy Wöhlert (University of Leipzig, Germany)

12:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

parallel

sessions

-1606

WORKSHOP QUALITATIVE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS incl. LUNCH BREAK

Challenges of Field Work, Data Collection and Data Analysis of Qualitative and Mixed Method Comparative Research

Anna Kosmützky (University of Kassel, Germany)

Romy Wöhlert (University of Leipzig, Germany)

-1607

WORKSHOP QUANTITATIVE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS incl. LUNCH BREAK

“International Graduate Surveys: The Example of REFLEX”

Edith Braun (University of Kassel, Germany)

Ulrike Schwabe (German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies/DZHW and University of Kassel, Germany)

4:00 pm

-1605 / Foyer seminar rooms

COFFEE BREAK

4:30 pm -

6:00 pm

0446

PANEL

"International Research Collaboration – Is It Worth It?" 

Intro

Anna Kosmützky (University of Kassel, Germany)

Panel

Gili S. Drori (Hebrew University Jerusalem, Israel)

Achim Oberg (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria)

Justin J.W. Powell and Jennifer Dusdal (University of Luxembourg)

Romy Wöhlert (University of Leipzig, Germany)

6:00 pm

-1605 / Foyer seminar rooms

CASUAL DINNER (Pizza); FOLLOWED BY PUB NIGHT

OCTOBER 13th, 2017

Time

Room

 

9:00 am

-1606

LECTURE

“The Century of Science: The Global Triumph of the Research University”

Justin J.W. Powell and Jennifer Dusdal (University of Luxembourg)

10:30 am

-1605 / Foyer seminar rooms

COFFEE BREAK

11:00 am

0446

CLOSING KEYNOTE

“Worldwide Patterns of Managerialism in Academia: The Case of Branding of Universities”

Gili S. Drori (Hebrew University Jerusalem, Israel)

12:00 pm

0446

WORKSHOP EVALUATION; FAREWELL

Anna Kosmützky and Georg Krücken (University of Kassel, Germany)

12:30 pm


END OF THE SUMMER SCHOOL