Sept 21st, 2017
The European Research Day (ERD) in Washington, D.C. is an event where European researchers outside of Europe meet, discuss and exchange concepts about their research projects, professional and personal experience in their respective diasporas and overall career path.
Save the Date!
DAAD's Information Center in San Francisco, the Goethe-Institut San Francisco, and partners in the Bay Area will showcase excellent opportunities for German speakers in Germany as well as in the U.S.
A warm welcome for our new cohort of DAAD Young Ambassadors! During the upcoming academic year 2017/18, these undergraduate students from all across the US and Canada have volunteered to promote study in Germany at their home universities.
Alexander Geppert is Associate Professor of History and European Studies at NYU New York and NYU Shanghai. A DAAD Research Grant enabled him to move from Germany to Italy to pursue his PhD in Florence. He recently joined the GAIN Advisory Board to help DAAD promote Germany as a destination for academics and researchers worldwide.
Owen Mundy is a professor of Digital Studies, currently working on his research in Berlin with the support of a DAAD Research Stay grant. His work investigates public space, information privacy, and big data. One of his many notable projects involved the mapping of one million images tagged with #cat using the locations users unknowingly uploaded in their metadata.
Germany offers a broad spectrum of career options for young scientists at universities, research institutions and in industry. Through its Postdoctoral Researchers’ Networking Tour, DAAD offers a new format to provide postdoctoral researchers with an insight into German science and the job market for highly qualified postdoctoral researchers.
Meet our DAAD network and the people who make it what it is.
Carol Anne Costabile-Heming is one
of our dedicated DAAD Research Ambassadors and a professor of German at the University of North Texas, Denton. Her research focuses on German literature and culture, as well as German film and memory studies.
Join our webinar series from June 12-16 with experts from German research institutions and testimonials from all over the world giving you insight into the German research landscape, funding opportunities and much more…The event is open to anyone interested in doing research in Germany. It is free of charge and will be conducted in English.
Meet us in Person!
Are you attending the NAFSA Conference for International Educators in Los Angeles from May 29th - June 2nd? If so, be sure to stop by the Expo Hall and visit DAAD and over 50 other German institutions at the Germany Pavilion, Booth #1307.
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When young talents around the world put their heads together they come up with the best ideas. The greater the variety of perspectives and the larger the numbers of people from different subject areas, the more creative and innovative their ideas and solutions will be.
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