Welcome to the LEAD Graduate School & Research Network
The LEAD Graduate School & Research Network at the University of Tübingen is an international, interdisciplinary research and training program on education.
|22.11.2017 - Open position: The Tübingen School of Education is looking to fill a position at the LEADing Research Center (E13 TV-L, 50%) of the LEAD Graduate School & Research Network. As a maternity leave replacement, the position is limited until December 2018.|
|14.11.2017 - Eike Wille successfully graduated today. The title of her dissertation: "Gender differences in mathematically intensive STM fields: Factors of influence and multiple perspectives." Congratulations!|
|10.11.2017 - New publication, available for download until December 26th, 2017: Schiefer, J., Golle, J., Tibus, M., Trautwein, U., & Oschatz, K. (2017). Elementary school children’s understanding of science: The implementation of an extracurricular science intervention. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 51, 447-463. doi:10.1016/j.cedpsych.2017.09.011|
|06.11.2017 - Congratulations to Andreas Hartung on his successful defense! He graduated on "Local and regional context effects on individual educational and occupational aspirations and transitions".|
|10.10.2017 - Congratulations to Nicolas Hübner who graduated today! The title of his dissertation: "Educational effectiveness at the end of upper secondary school: Further insights into the effects of statewide policy reforms."|
04.10.2017 - Press release: Doing homework is associated with change in students' personality. Homework may have a positive influence on students’ conscientiousness. As results of a study conducted by University of Tübingen researchers suggest, students who do more homework than their peers show positive changes in conscientiousness. The study results were published in the Journal of Research in Personality. Download Full Study