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Dr. des. Nadja Bieletzki - Curriculum Vitae

Adresse

Leibniz Universität Hannover

Leibniz Center for Science and Society (LCSS)

Am Klagesmarkt 14-17

30159 Hannover

Germany

Phone+49 511 762 14522
Emailnadja.bieletzki@lcss.uni-hannover.de

Current Position

since May 2016 Coordinator of the Leibniz Center for Science and Society (LCSS) at the Leibniz University Hannover

Previous Positions

03/2013 – 05/2016

Researcher at the Institute of Sociology and Coordinator of the MA-study program Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft, Leibniz University Hannover

04/2010 – 11/2010

Assistant at the Faculty of Humanities, Leibniz University Hannover

01/2010 – 03/2013

Researcher in the Research Project „University Presidents as Institutional Entrepreneurs – Conditions and Practices of Institutional Leadership at German Universities“ funded by the German Research Council (DFG)

 

Education and Degrees

 

2015

 

PhD at the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University Hannover
Thesis title: „The Power of Collegiality. A qualitative analysis of university presidents’ leadership in Germany”

2009

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University Hannover
Diplom-Sozialwissenschaftlerin

 

Award

 

Ulrich-Teichler-Award for excellent PhD-Thesis in Higher Education Research 2016

 

Publications

Barlösius, Eva/ Bieletzki, Nadja (2016): Der Weg zum Universitätspräsidenten: Zufall oder berufsbiographische Absicht? In: Reuter, Julia; Berli, Oliver; Zinnbauer, Manuela: Wissenschaftliche Karriere als Hazard. Frankfurt a. M.: Campus.

Bieletzki, Nadja (2015): The Power of Collegiality. A Qualitative Analysis of University Presidents’ Leadership Practices. Dissertation an der Philosophischen Fakultät der Leibniz Universität Hannover. Defense: 22nd of December 2016

Bieletzki, Nadja (2012): Getting Reforms Done. German university presidents on how they implement organizational change. Abrufbar auf den Seiten des EAIR Forums Stavanger 2012 via www.eair.nl

Bieletzki, Nadja (2012): „Möglichst keine Konflikte in der Universität“ – Qualitative Studien zu Reformprojekten aus der Sicht von Universitätspräsidenten. In: Wilkesmann, Uwe/ Schmid, Christian (Hrsg.): Universität als Organisation, Wiesbaden, VS Verlag.
Rezensiert in der Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 2014 66: 687-692

Bieletzki, Nadja (2012): Sammelrezension „Hochschulforschung“. In: Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft (ZFE) 2/2012, S. 209-414.

Bieletzki, Nadja; Reydon, Thomas (2011): Evaluation und Weiterbildung in der Lehre, kontrast, S. 3-4.

Presentations

28.06.2013

invited speaker of the discussion group of science politics at the Leibniz University of Hannover
Title: How Universities are led

04.05.2013Final Workshop of the research project „University Presidents as Institutional Entrepreneurs”.
Title: Collegiality and Hierarchy at German Universities
Comment by Dr. Otto Hüther INCHER, University of Kassel.
05.09.2012 – 08.09.2012

European Association for Institutional Research (EAIR) in Stavanger, Norway.
Title: 
Getting Reforms Done. German university presidents on how they implement organizational change.

18.05.2012 – 20.05.2012

European Research and Higher Education Doctoral Students (EUREDOCS) Workshop at the University of Bergen, Norway.
Title: Universities as Collegial Organizations?

29.01.2012 – 31.01.2012

invited participant at MODERN - Modernization of Higher Education in Europe, on the issue of: Engaging in the Modernistion Agenda for European Higher Education in Brussels, Belgium.

04.07.2011 – 05.07.2011

Participant at the PhD Pre-Colloquium Workshop at the European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS) in Gothenburg, Sweden.

10.06.2011 – 11.06.2011

Conference of the Section Sociology of Organization of the German Society for Sociology at the University of Dortmund, Germany.
Title: The reconfiguration of the organizational field of universities – overcoming old institutionalized practices?

25.03.2011

invited speaker at the discussion group on higher education policy at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Title: „I believe you are overestimating the power a university president has on paper“ – Empirical results on the issue of how university presidents, the academic senate, and the board of trustees collaborate.

06.09.2010 – 07.09.2010 Conference „Professionalization of Higher Education Management“ at the German Research Institute for Public Administration, Speyer, Germany
Title: University Leadership and Institutional Change in Germany

 

Membership in Committees of Academic

Self-Administration at the Leibniz University Hannover

 

since 05/2016

 

Member of the Board of the Institute of Sociology

since 03/2016Deputy member of the commission for human resources development, promotion of young researchers, and continuing training.
since 12/2015Member of the advisory board of the Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology – University Library
09/2014 – 03/2015

Member of the appointment committee for the professorship „Philosophy of Biology“

04/2014 – 10/2014 Member of the appointment committee for the professorship „Empirical Higher Education Research and Science Studies/ Director of the German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW)“
04/2013 – 03/2015     Member of the Academic Senate
06/2011 – 04/2012 Member and Head of the working group for teaching evaluations
04/2011 – 04/2012

Member of the academic commission of the Faculty of Humanities
Member of the examination board for Magister-Students

since 04/2010

Member of the examination board of the MA Science and Society
Member of the admissions committee of the MA Science and Society

04/2011 – 09/2011 Deputy speaker of the academic staff of the Institute of Sociology
04/2011 – 07/2012

Member of the appointment committee for the professorship „Sociological Theory“

 

Academic Teaching

 

Winter 2016/17Interpretation Strategies in reconstructive social research (MA Science and Society)                                                                project based learning II (MA Science and Society)

Summer 2016

project based learning I (MA Science and Society)
Colloquium for qualitative Master Thesis (MA Science and Society)

Winter 2015/16project based learning II (MA Science and Society)
Methodology of Science (MA Science and Society)
Summer 2015

project based learning I (MA Science and Society)
Colloquium for Master Thesis‘ (MA Science and Society)

Winter 2014/15

project based learning II (MA Science and Society)
Methodology of Science (MA Science and Society)

Summer 2014project based learning I (MA Science and Society)
Winter 2013/14 Methodology of Science (MA Science and Society)
project based learning II (MA Science and Society)
Summer 2013project based learning I (MA Science and Society)
Winter 2012/13

Methodology of Science (MA Science and Society)

Summer 2012Universities between Research, Teaching, and Management (MA Science and Society and BA Social Sciences)
Winter 2011/12Universities as Orgnizations (BA Social Sciences)
Summer 2011

Universitarian Career Logics (MA Science and Society)


Winter 2010/11

Institutions and Actors of the Higher Education and Science System (MA Science and Society)

 

External Funding

ERASMUS Scholarship of the Swiss National Fund for Scientific Research (SNF)

EU Grant for Travel and Accomodation Cost for attending the MODERN Conference in Brussels, Belgium.

 

Further Training

 

Communication

 

presentation and lecturing techniques

handling difficult interlocutors

disputation coaching

Administration

process management

project management

writing and interpreting job references

English

English for Negotiations

Academic Writing

English Communication Practice

Presenting Academic Results in English

Teaching

planning and performing academic teaching

methods of teaching

teaching experiments

Tests and exams at universities

scientific writing