Awards and Grant Commission (in accordance with ThürGFVO)
The Awards and Grant Commission acts in accordance with §10 of the Thuringian Graduate Funding Ordinance (ThürGFVO) gets appointed by the Senate of the University of Erfurt. It determains if all necessary requirements and conditions for a scholarship are complied. Depending on the scholarship format, the Awards and Grant Commission decides about the awarding of each scholarship and in that respect makes recommendation to the Presidium. The extension of scholarships are also reviewed by the commission. In addition it conceptualizes forms of graduate fundings and gives recommendations to the Senate and the Presidium.
Term of office and members
TERM OF OFFICE
Members of the Awards and Grant Commission are elected for a term of two years. The current term of office started at 1 July 2022.
Vice President for Research and Graduate Services (chairman):
Prof. Dr. Benedikt Kranemann
Equal Opportunities Officer:
Dr. Theresia Piszczan, deputy: N.N.
Group of university teachers:
Prof. Dr. Elke Mack (KTF), deputy: Prof. Dr. Dr. Holger Zaborowski (KTF)
Prof. Dr. Markus Vinzent (MWK), deputy: Prof. Dr. Jörg Rüpke (MWK)
Prof. Dr. Florian von Rosenberg (Ewi), deputy: Manfred Lüders (Ewi)
Prof. Dr. Dominik Maltritz (Stawi), deputy: Prof. Dr. Guido Mehlkop (Stawi)
Prof. Dr. Frank Ettrich (Stawi), deputy: N.N.
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Struck (Phil), deputy: Prof. Dr. Csaba Földes (Phil)
Group of academic staff:
Dr. Florian Wagner (Phil), deputy: Dr. Hanna Werner (MWK)
Dr. Viviane Lohe (Phil), deputy: N.N.
Doctoral candidates, who are scholarship holders on basis of the ThürGFVO:
Eva-Sophie Mörschel (Stawi), deputy: Leonie Otten (Phil)
Johannes Schillert (KTF), deputy: Martin Repohl (MWK)
Satzung der Universität Erfurt zur Vergabe von Stipendien(only available in German)
Thüringer Graduiertenförderungsverordnung (only available in German)
Geschäftsordnung der Vergabekommission (only available in German)
Guidelines of avoiding conflicts of interest
Expert opinions are obtained within the university for applications and funding measures. Consultation and decision-making are also organized within the university. These procedures must be conducted in a fair and transparent manner for both the experts and those being evaluated. Biases, which can never be excluded within a university, should be reduced to a minimum. The guidelines for avoiding conflicts of interest should contribute to this (only available in German).