Dr. Ernst Andreas Hartmann

Education and sciences are cultural points of crystallisation in modern civil societies. Together they provide a framework for discussing the state and development of society, technology and the economy, and contribute to empowering individual members of society to take part in this discourse. At the same time, education and science form the foundations for social and economic innovation. While science generates knowledge and inventions that can lead to product- or process-related innovations, educational institutions play a vital role in the development of knowledge, skills and competencies, all of which are forms of human capital essential to the innovative capacity of organisations and societies. Against this backdrop, innovative solutions in the fields of education and science are particularly important.

The Education, Science and Humanities Department

  • examines, through studies and concomitant research projects, developments, trends and potential arrangements in education and science,
  • contributes as lead project partner to promoting innovation in education and science,
  • conducts evaluation projects to analyse the effects of innovation programmes and projects in the fields of education and science.

Dr. Anastasia Bertini

Nadine Birner

Dr. Christin Brings

Stefanie Brzoska

Dr. Corinne Büching

Marcelina Bugaj

Dr. Regina Buhr

Dr. Melanie Erckrath

Julia Froese

Annika Fünfhaus

Sabine Globisch

Philipp Gross

Peter Hahn

Dr. Kalle Hauss

Nele Hellbernd

Dr. Martin Hering

Boris Karasiewicz

Dr. Martina Kauffeld-Monz

Dr. Andrea Kölbel

Maria Korbizki

Dr. Stefan Krabel

Dr. Léna Krichewsky-Wegener

Claudia Loroff

Prof. Dr. Stephan Otto

Dr. Anna Elisabeth Pentenrieder

Jan Rebentisch

Dr. Robert Rentzsch

Andrea Repen

Thomas Rieke

Sylvia Schmid

Martin Schmidt

Michael Schubert

Christine Seth

Dr. Alexandra Shajek

Athanasios Soulis

Ida Stamm

Dr. Katia Tödt

Marie Wahls

Dr. Arno Wilhelm-Weidner

Dr. Nicolas Winterhager