Telling the public about ongoing research at the graduate schools is the purpose of talks by doctoral researchers at the state garden exhibition in Würzburg. Next in line in a series of talks (in German) is Fabian Rüdenauer, discussing his research on the feeding behaviour of bees on 19 July 2018, 10 am (attention, shifted from 16 pm to 10 am). Everyone is cordially invited (entrance fee to the garden exhibition applies).Mehr
The UWGS serves as a holding for four subject related Graduate Schools, which cover all relevant fields of research at the University, spanning several faculties each. For information about the UWGS and the individual Graduate Schools please follow the links in the menue.
As of today, 18 June 2018, the Graduate Schools have a brand new home at campus "Hubland Nord". The new building is expected to become a hub for many activities related to the careers of doctoral researchers as well as postdocs. It will be the place for transferable skills training, scientific workshops, research symposia, career development activities and all administrative matters. It will provide dedicated space and facilities for doctoral researchers' representatives, social and networking events but also for work that requires a quiet and secluded environment, e.g. to write a publication.Mehr
LAB13 is a joint public science project of the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt (FHWS) and the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU) at the Landesgartenschau in Würzburg. The Graduate Schools contribute a series of talks on doctoral research projects.Mehr