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Anna-Lena Rose ist seit Februar 2016 wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der Professur für Hochschuldidaktik und Hochschulforschung. Sie promoviert an der Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät der TU Dortmund zum Thema "The emergence of interdisciplinary structures in academic project settings – A case study of inclusive teacher training at a German university".


Lehrveranstaltungen

Aktuell
  • Seminar "Die Rolle der Hochschule in Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft"
  • Projektseminar zur Vorbereitung auf die Bachelorarbeit
  • Übung im Modul "Entrepreneurship IV – Entrepreneurship Trends: Academic Entrepreneurship and Applying Academic Entrepreneurship"
  • Übung im Modul "Entrepreneurship II – Foundations of Systematic and Strategic Entrepreneurship in Complex Systems – High tech Entrepreneurship in International Perspective"

Informationen zu diesen Veranstaltungen finden Sie hier »

In den vergangenen Semestern
  • Seminar "Management komplexer Systeme – The Role of Universities in National Innovation Systems" (WiSe 2016 bis WiSe 2018)
  • Seminar "Corporate Governance of Public Organizations" (Vertretung von Prof. Leisyte im SoSe 2018)
  • Seminar "Entrepreneurship II – Foundations of Systematic and Strategic Entrepreneurship in Complex Systems – High tech Entrepreneurship in International Perspective" (Vertretung von Prof. Leisyte im SoSe 2018)

Publikationen

2019

Haertel, T., Terkowsky, C., May, D., Wissemann, S., Leisyte, L. & Rose, A.-L. (2019). Kreativität und Entrepreneurship in der Hochschullehre: personen- und prozessorientierte Lerninhalte. In S. Kauffeld & J. Othmer (Hrsg.), Handbuch innovative Lehre (S. 441-451). Wiesbaden: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-22797-5_33

Leisyte, L., Rose, A.-L. & Zelvys, R. (2019). Higher education reforms in Lithuania: Two decades after Bologna. In B. Broucker, K. De Wit, J. C. Verhoeven & L. Leisyte (Hrsg.), Higher education system reform: An international comparison after twenty years of Bologna (S. 179-195). Leiden: Brill Sense. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004400115_012

2018

Bender, C., Drolshagen, B., Rose, A.-L., Leisyte, L. & Rothenberg, B. (2018). Entwicklung einer inklusionsorientierten universitären Lehramtsausbildung – Maßnahmen der Organisationsentwicklung und Qualifizierung der Lehrenden. In S. Hußmann & B. Welzel (Hrsg.), DoProfiL – Das Dortmunder Profil für inklusionsorientierte Lehrerinnen- und Lehrerbildung (S. 207-221). Münster: Waxmann. http://www.doprofil.tu-dortmund.de/cms/de/Projekt/DoProfiL-Sammelband_openaccess.pdf#page=207

Hermstein, B., Hußmann, A., Rose, A.-L. & Vaskova, A. (2018). Beiträge der projektbegleitenden Evaluation für die Realisierung einer inklusionsorientierten Lehrerinnen- und Lehrerbildung. In S. Hußmann & B. Welzel (Hrsg.), DoProfiL – Das Dortmunder Profil für inklusionsorientierte Lehrerinnen- und Lehrerbildung (S. 27-42). Münster: Waxmann. http://www.doprofil.tu-dortmund.de/cms/de/Projekt/DoProfiL-Sammelband_openaccess.pdf#page=27

Leisyte, L., Rose, A.-L. & Schimmelpfenning, E. (2018). Lithuanian Higher Education: Between Path Dependence and Change. In J. Huisman, A. Smolentseva & I. Froumin (Hrsg.), 25 years of transformations of higher education systems in Post-Soviet countries. Reform and continuity (S. 285-310). (Palgrave Studies in Global Higher Education). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-52980-6_11

Rose, A.-L., Leisyte, L., Haertel, T. & Terkowsky, C. (2018). Emotions and the liminal space in entrepreneurship education. European Journal of Engineering Education, 44(4), 602-615. https://doi.org/10.1080/03043797.2018.1553937

Terkowsky, C., Haertel, T., Rose, A.-L., Leisyte, L. & May, D. (2018). Nager avec les requins sans se faire dévorer: comment les étudiants en ingénierie peuvent aS.rendre à être créatifs à déveloper un esprit d’entreprise et à innover. In D. Lemaître (Hrsg.), Formation des ingénieurs à l’innovation (S. 159-188). (Collection: innovation, entrepreneuriat et gestion). London: ISTE. https://iste-editions.fr/products/formation-des-ingenieurs-a-l-innovation

Terkowsky, C., Haertel, T., Rose, A.-L., Leisyte, L. & May, D. (2018). Swimming with sharks without being eaten: How engineering students can learn creativity, entrepreneurial thinking and innovation. In D. Lemaître (Hrsg.), Training engineers for innovation (S. 147-176). (Innovation, entrepreneurship and management series). London: ISTE. http://iste.co.uk/book.php?id=1409

2017

Leisyte, L. & Rose, A.-L. (2017). Academic Staff Mobility in the Age of Trump and Brexit. Reprint from: International higher education, 89(5-6). duz Magazin, 2017(04), 63-64.

Leisyte, L. & Rose, A.-L. (2017). Academic Staff Mobility in the Age of Trump and Brexit. International higher education, 89(5-6). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2017.89.9832

Rose, A.-L. & Leisyte, L. (2017). Integrating international academic staff into the local academic context in Lithuania and Estonia. In M. Yudkevich, P. G. Altbach & L. E. Rumbley (Hrsg.), International faculty in higher education: comparative perspectives on recruitment, integration, and impact (S. 101-123). New York: Routledge. [ Weitere Informationen zu diesem Buchkapitel auf google books ]

2016

Leisyte, L. & Rose, A.-L. (2016). The challenges of attracting and retaining academic talent. Central and Eastern European perspectives. Journal of the European Higher Education Area, 2016(04), 61-82. https://www.ehea-journal.eu/en/handbuch/gliederung/#/Beitragsdetailansicht/207/551/The-Challenges-of-Attracting-and-Retaining-Academic-Talent---Central-and-Eastern-European-Perspectives


Vorträge und Präsentationen

Rose, A.-L. (2019). How do interdisciplinary structures emerge in academic projects? Evidence from a project for inclusive teacher training at a German university. Presentation at the ECER 2019 (European Conference on Educational Research), Network 22 (Research in Higher Education), Hamburg, Germany, September 3. [ Abstract ]

Rose, A.-L. (2019). The emergence of interdisciplinary structures in academic project settings – A case study of inclusive teacher training at a German university. Presentation at the 14th annual conference of the German Association for Higher Education Research (Gesellschaft für Hochschulforschung, GfHf), Magdeburg, Germany, March 21. [ Abstract ]

Kumpikaite-Valiuniene, V., Leisyte, L., Rose, A.-L., Duobiene, J. & Duoba, K. (2018). Challenges of adjustment of expatriates: The cases of Estonia and Lithuania. Presentation at the 34th EGOS Colloquium (European Group for Organizational Studies), Tallinn, Estonia, July 5.

Leisyte, L. & Rose, A.-L. (2018). Academic staff mobility in the Baltics: Brain gain, brain drain or brain circulation?. Presentation at the 2018 AABS Conference (Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies), Stanford, USA, June 3. [ Abstract ]

Peksen, S., Rose, A.-L. & Leisyte, L. (2018). Third mission activities at Lithuanian higher education institutions. Poster presentation at the 13th Annual Conference of the German Association for Higher Education Research (Gesellschaft für Hochschulforschung, GfHf), Speyer, Germany, April 12.

Rose, A.-L. & Leisyte, L. (2017). International academic staff mobility: The challenges of attracting and retaining academic talent in Central and Eastern European countries. Presentation at the SRHE Annual Conference (Society for Research into Higher Education), Newport, Wales, UK, Dezember 7. [ Abstract ]

Rose, A.-L. & Leisyte, L. (2017). Strategies, motivations and barriers for international mobility – Lessons learnt from a study of international academic staff in Central and Eastern European countries. Presentation at a seminar of the project "Adjustment of Expatriates in the Baltic States", Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Kaunas, Lithuania, September 21.

Rose, A.-L. (2017). The emergence of interdisciplinary structures in academic project settings – A case study of inclusive teacher training at a German university. Poster presentation at the CHER 2017 Conference, Jyväskylä, Finnland, August 28.

Rose, A.-L. & Leisyte, L. (2016). Organisational change in German higher education: The emergence of interdisciplinary structures in teaching innovation. Poster presentation at the 1st conference of the project "Dortmunder Profil für Inklusionsorientierte Lehrer_innenbildung (DoProfiL)", Haltern, November 15-16.

Rose, A.-L. & Leisyte, L. (2016). The challenges of attracting and retaining academic talent in Central and Eastern European countries. Presentation at the 29th Annual Conference of the Consortium of Higher Education Researchers (CHER), University of Cambridge, UK, September 5.

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