Offers regarding Gender Equality
On this page you will find a selection of internal and external offers. If you know about further programs, offers or networks that should be listed here, please feel free to write an e-mail to lstoffel[at]wiwi.uni-frankfurt[dot]de or gleichstellungsratfb02[at]wiwi.uni-frankfurt[dot]de.
Please note that some of the listed offers are organised by the Faculty Equal Opportunities Council. For more offers on the Faculty Equal Opportunities Council, please also consult the other sub-pages (e.g. "International").
Description: Security escort ("Begleitservice")
Under the number 069/798-32250 you can request a security escort who accompanies you to buildings, vehicles or to the exits.
Further informationen / contact: here ("Begleitservice"), Informationen nach sexuellen Übergriffen auf dem Campus Westend (German version), Phone: 069 79832250, Flyer "Sicher über den Campus" (German version)
Description: Since January 2017, the project "Mentoring Hessen" has combined various mentoring programs. It is aimed at four different funding lines for female MINT students, doctoral candidates and postdocs in the professional orientation phase or after the decision for an academic career. It also addresses female scientists who aspire a professorship. In addition to the mentoring concept, the funding line offers regular events and workshops that are adapted to the needs of the various career steps. Further information on the project and the comprehensive range of services can be found here.
Further information: here
Contact: Phone: 069 79849731, e-mail: info[at]mentoringhessen[dot]de
The new mentoring program at the Faculty of Economics and Business has been established for female doctoral candidates who are in the early phase of their dissertation. The mentors are mainly professors from German universities who work in the same field / subject area as their mentees.
During the 18-month duration of the mentoring program, there are regular (digital) meetings between mentees and mentors. Additionally, the participants can participate in topic-related workshops and seminars organized by the Goethe Graduate Academy (GRADE). The intention is to inspire a higher number of women to pursue a scientific career and to increase the proportion of women among doctoral students. The program, which is supervised by Professor Eveline Wuttke, started on June 21st, 2021 with a digital kick-off event. Here, the participants, seven mentees and six mentors, introduced themselves and presented their expectations of the project.
Contact: Lukas Stoffel (lstoffel[at]wiwi.uni-frankfurt[dot]de)
Description: For a successful scientific career, additional skills are becoming increasingly important in addition to professional qualifications. The Career Support – Training for Female Scientists* programme offered by the Equal Opportunities Office supports them on their career path and is tailored to the specific needs of PostDocs (R2 and R3). These trainings are measures designed to counteract the structural disadvantages of women* in the field of science. The training module includes courses on the following fields of competence: power (winter semester 2020/21), leadership (summer semester 2021), appointment negotiations (winter semester 2021/22)
Further information: here
Contact: Dr. Anja Wolde, Equal Opportunities Officer, Phone: 069 79818100, e-mail: wolde[at]em.uni-frankfurt[dot]de
- You are a female student at the Faculty of Economics and Business?
- You are interested in a career in academia?
- Or you are not sure if a career in academia would be a suitable option for you?
- You would like to know more about the daily routines of a (female) professor?
During a so-called "Kamingespräch" with a limited number of participants and together with two female professors (internal and / or external from Goethe University) you will get the answers to your questions.
On November 17, 2022, the event took place for the fifth time. The successful format will be offered again next year and is currently being planned for November 2023.
Further information: Flyer
Description: In regular intervals, there is a meeting for all female doctoral students in a casual setting, which gives the opportunity to exchange ideas outside the office and to network with each other in the department. For example, the participants can exchange ideas on the process of their dissertation, possible development programs, funding and many other topics. The "Doktorandinnen-Stammtisch" takes place twice a year, on the first Monday in May and November. The location of the meeting will be announced in advance (initially online due to the current situation). If you are interested in participating in the "Doktorandinnen-Stammtisch", please contact: Jule Hangen (Phone: -34684).
Contact: Gleichstellungsrat, FB 02 - Wirtschaftswissenschaften: Jule Hangen (Phone: -34684)
Description: Meanwhile, there are different networks focusing on the exchange among (young) female reasearchers. Often there also are workshops and events aiming at the promotion of women on different career paths.
A special network for female researchers in economics and business at universities is „efas – economy, feminism and science“.
Further information: i.a. here
Description: Ph.D. students from our faculty talk about their research projects, their daily work and explain why they decided to pursue a Ph.D. Also, there will be an opportunity for individual questions / exchange. The latest event took place on December 13, 2022. Further information here.
For whom: Female (master) students at the Faculty of Economics and Business
Contact / registration: lstoffel[at]wiwi.uni-frankfurt[dot]de
Description: "WUMAN? This is a network for FLINTA scientists / researchers. We focus on topics regarding equality and diversity and advocate for equal opportunities in the context of higher education policy. We want to connect scientists / researchers on an interdisciplinary level, enable a low-threshold exchange of information and help shape the universities of tomorrow! Since 2021, Prof. h.c. Jutta Allmendinger supports our goals as a patron ("Schirmherrin") of our network."
Further information: here