The Rowena Morse Mentoring Programme (RMMP) of the Thuringian universities is a support programme for young female scientists and artists at the universities in the Free State of Thuringia. It is named after Rowena Morse, who was the first woman to successfully complete her doctorate in Thuringia in 1904. The interdisciplinary programme accompanies female doctoral candidates in the final phase of their doctorate and post-doctoral candidates in the orientation phase on their individual career path. During the programme period of twelve months, specific workshops for further qualification are offered in addition to the placement of mentors. In the context of peer mentoring, the mentees network with (young) scientists from other Thuringian universities and are accompanied in group mentoring sessions by experienced professors from Thuringian universities. The next programme period begins in November 2021.
The programme is financed by the Thuringian Competence Network for Gender Equality (TKG). The basic concept was developed at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena and further developed in the Mentoring Working Group of the Thuringian Competence Network for Gender Equality as a joint concept of the Thuringian universities.
Application documents to be submitted:
- tabular curriculum vitae
- letter of motivation
- letter of recommendation from a supervisor or mentor
Lisa Skop accepts applications at the following e-mail address: email@example.com.