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SCE Research Colloquium: Female Entrepreneurship & Online Education

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Science meets Innovation! Dear researchers, professors, PhD candidates and those interested in the field of entrepreneurship, our second research colloquium event  in the winter semester 2020 / 2021 will take place on February, 9th from 2 to 4pm. The topic focus is on Female Entrepreneurship and Online Education. You are most welcome to join: 

With still low percentages of women in the entrepreneurship scene, the need for innovative resarch is timely. Online education (not only because of the pandemic) and innovative digital learning experiences have great potential to engage, attract and educate diverse target groups.

Since February 2020, Franziska Mattner (former Program Designer of the, an innovative online school in Entrepreneurship) is now conducting her PhD at the innovative intersection of ‘Enabling Female Entrepreneurship through digital learning experiences’, including the development of a new university podcast.

In this edition, 3 to 4 female PhD candidates from different universities will shortly present their research projects in the field, share interesting insights and raise questions on methods, theories and new alleys of research. After a short presentation, each candidate will bring 1 to 2 questions that will be actively discussed within the group of participants.

The research colloquium provides an open space to connect across universities, and countries, to learn from each other and to grow this interesting research across disciplines, and countries.

This edition will be hosted in English and attendees from all across the world interested in this research area are more then welcome to join, discuss and connect.

Please register online to this event beforehand. All registered attendees will receive a Zoom-Link before the event.

If you have any questions or would like to present your PhD work, please contact Franziska Mattner: 

Your SCE research team.

These were our previous colloquia: