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18 July 2022

Hertie School

Introduction to teaching in higher education July 2022 Edition

The course introduces participants to the theory and practice of teaching in higher education. They can apply what they have learned in practical exer...

The course introduces participants to the theory and practice of teaching in higher education. They can apply what they have learned in practical exercises, for example through individual teaching sessions. You will receive a certificate of attendance upon successful completion of all course requirements. Please only register if you are certain to be able to attend all sessions! To participate, you will have to attend all sessions of the course and at least one micro-teaching day. Course Schedule Teaching sessions • Monday 18 July 2022, 9:30h - 12:30h CET ONLINE • Tuesday 19 July 2002, 9:30h - 12:30h CET ONLINE • Wednesday 20 July 2022, 9:30h - 12:30h CET ONLINE • ALL DAY Thursday 21 July 2022, 9:30h-17:30h CET – ONLINE Micro-teaching session • Monday 25 July 2002, 9:00h- 17:00h CET - ONLINE A small pre-course task has to be completed by Thursday 14 July 2022 at noon. The course furthermore requires participants to submit a course design - which you will start to work on already during the course. For any questions, please write to phd-team@hertie-school.org. Please find more info on contents and target group on this website: https://www.hertie-school.org/en/phd/news-and-trainings/trainings/introduction-to-teaching-in-higher-education
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Online
18/07/22 - 25/07/22
Course Schedule Teaching sessions • Monday 18 Ju...
Reg. deadline: 04/07/22
Credits: 6
N° of Sessions: 5

05 September 2022

National University of Political Studies and Public Administration

Ever-closer Union? The EU's developmental policies and their impact on EU integration

This co-taught seminar aims to introduce Ph.D. researchers within the CIVICA network to the main theoretical approaches to the EU as an actor and a re...

This co-taught seminar aims to introduce Ph.D. researchers within the CIVICA network to the main theoretical approaches to the EU as an actor and a regulatory regime pushing for specific policies to foster regulatory alignment and core-periphery integration and to develop the capacities of EU Members States. The co-taught seminar will start with two lectures mapping the field of transnational regimes, regulatory integration, and the specificities of study of EU integration and continue with a lecture on the structure of the EU's institutional and decisional processes structuring the EU regulatory regimes. Then, six lectures will approach the main theoretical approaches and some challenges to progressing EU integration in various areas (cohesion funds, food safety, developmental banking, environmental policies, and sustainable agriculture). The co-taught seminar will finalize with a session dedicated to Ph.D. researchers presenting their work and a wrap-up session. Topics 1. Introduction of participants and presentation of the general outline of the co-taught seminar. Introductory topics - Theoretical approaches to the study of the integration of countries in the EU, Laszlo Bruszt 2. EU as a regulatory regime: Challenges of integration, Matthias Thiemann 3. Institutions and decisional processes structuring the EU regulatory regimes, Arpad Todor 4. Case studies – Cohesion funds and state aid, Laszlo Bruszt 5. Case studies – Food safety, Laszlo Bruszt 6. Case studies – The pursuit of European policies through leveraged finance and development banking, Matthias Thiemann 7. Case studies – The pursuit of European policies through Next Generation EU and the Recovery and Resilience Facility (Matthias Thiemann, Erik Jones or Waltraud Schelkle, EUI - TBC) 8. Limits of Europeanisation through the integration of countries facing institutional backwardness – Environmental policies, Arpad Todor 9. Limits of Europeanisation through decentralized planning – Sustainable agriculture, Arpad Todor 10. Wrapping up - setting the research question right. Seminar dedicated to Ph.D. researchers wishing to present their work, Arpad Todor, Laszlo Bruszt, and Matthias Thiemann Provisional program: the seminar will take place on 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, and 23rd (2 sessions) of September starting at 2.00 PM CEE.
Teachers:
  • Todor Arpad (National University of Political Studies and Public Administration)
  • Laszlo Bruszt (Central European University)
  • Matthias Thiemann (Sciences Po)
  • Waltraud Schelkle (European University Institute)
Entry requirements: Please provide this information: - Description of the Ph.D. topic (short abstract); - Your study program (main field)
Assessment: Written assignment in the form of a research proposal
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Online
05/09/22 - 23/09/22
September 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, and 23rd (...
Reg. deadline: 01/09/22
Credits: 10
N° of Sessions: 10

10 January 2023

European University Institute

Practicum in Reproducible Research Methods

This course walks you through all the steps involved in a complex collaborative reproducible research project, from thinking up a problem worth studyi...

This course walks you through all the steps involved in a complex collaborative reproducible research project, from thinking up a problem worth studying to pre-registering your design to collecting and analyzing your data and writing up and posting your results. You will practice these steps using real data collected and provided by the instructor. To master the skills involved, you will work in teams and hand in bi-weekly homework assignments. This is a fast-paced hands-on course that requires background in statistical methods and R. All other skills will be taught in the course by the instructor.
Teachers:
  • Miriam Golden (European University Institute)
Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of statistics; Familiarity with R
Assessment: Four group homework assignments
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Online
10/01/23 - 14/03/23
Reg. deadline: 15/12/22
Credits: 0
N° of Sessions: 10