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Internationale Lehrveranstaltungen - Donnerstag, 06.05.21

09.30 (CEST)
My Leadership Journey Second Session

Name of host:

Ass. jur. Nermin Köklüce

Name of guest:

Prof. Dr. Burcu Güneri Cangarli

Title of event:

My Leadership Journey Second Session

Type of event:

Workshop

Time of event:

09.30

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Limit of participants:

20

Content of event:

This 6 hours lecture (3+3) will start with a critical view on main assumptions about leadership. Then, based on the methods developed in material engagement theory students will discuss their beliefs about their own leadership capacity. Using music, photography and various objects (finger puppets, Lego bricks, toys), they will also discover their deep beliefs about what may hinder their capacity. This will be beginning of their leadership journey, as the more understand themselves, the better they develop their capacity on leadership.

Dr. Burcu GÜNERİ ÇANGARLI received her Ph.D. degree from Izmir University of Economics (IUE), in the field of organizational behaviour in 2009. Since then, she has had several roles at IUE. Currently, she has been working as a full professor in the field of management and Dean of the Business Faculty.
Burcu is fascinated to understand ways for designing and sustaining workplace environments where people can actualise their potential through making a positive impact on their own lives, stakeholders and community and the region. Therefore, her research areas are concentrated to leadership, ethics, culture and entrepreneurship. Moreover, she is exceedingly interested to share her knowledge with different parties; her undergraduate and graduate students, scholars, and practitioners. She published scholarly articles in reputable journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Management Development, and Human Relations. Currently, she has been leading a British Council Newton Fund project about innovative entrepreneurship education and research in partnership with University of West of England. 

09.30 (CEST)
Day care for people with dementia in Norway

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. PH Christa Büker

Name of guest:

Anne Marie Rokstad, Ph.D.

Title of event:

Day care for people with dementia in Norway

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

09.30 - 10.30

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event:

In her presentation, Anne Marie Rokstad will discuss the challenges of day care in Norway. In addition, she will talk about the benefits and outcomes of day care for people with dementia and their caregivers. Furthermore, she will give a brief insight into her current research of day care.

Anne Marie Rokstad, Ph.D.:

  • Education: Ph.D., Master in Health and Social Care, RN 
  • Current positions: Professor, Faculty of health and social sciences, Molde University College, Norway and Senior Researcher, Norwegian National Advisory Unit on Ageing and Health
  • Active projects: "Covid-19 in nursing homes - A qualitative study exploring the experiences of physicians, nurses and family caregivers” and "Corona pandemic - the consequences for home-dwelling people with dementia".
  • Finished projects: "The needs of people with dementia", "Effects and Costs of a Day Care Centre Program for Persons with Dementia (ECOD)" and "Person- centred care and Dementia Care Mapping among nursing home patients – a 16 months randomised controlled intervention study"
  • Publications: A total of 32 per-reviewed research articles, four textbooks, three chapters in textbooks, tree project reports and 16 per-reviewed international conference abstracts.
09.30 (CEST)
How has COVID-19 pandemic changed retailing, logistics and supply chain management?

Name of host:

Ass. jur. Nermin Köklüce

Name of guest:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Işık Özge Yumurtacı Hüseyinoğlu

Title of event:

How has COVID-19 pandemic changed retailing, logistics and supply chain management?

Type of event:

Workshop

Time of event:

09.30 - 11.30

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Limit of participants:

40

Content of event:

The workshop will cover the anatomy of change due to Covid-19 by discussing its impacts on retailing, logistics and supply chain management. It will present altered diversified services and industry practices from different countries/regions. It aims to extend the knowledge of the students on changing dynamics in retailing, logistics and supply chain management.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Işık Özge Yumurtacı Hüseyinoğlu is Associate Professor and faculty member of Logistics Management at Izmir University of Economics, Turkey. She received her B.A. in Business Administration, Master in Logistics Management and Ph.D. in Business Administration. During her Ph.D. studies, she was a visiting scholar at Cranfield University (UK), School of Management-Supply Chain Research Center. As part of post-doctoral research, she was at University of Bremen (Germany) logistics management department in 2014 and 2015. Her research is focused on supply chain management, retail logistics and retail marketing and published in International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management and Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services.

09.30 (CEST)
Personal Documentation (from Monday to Friday)

Name of host:

Prof. Dipl.-Des. Katharina Bosse

Name of guest:

Yulie Cohen

Title of event:

Personal Documentation

Type of event:

Workshop (from Monday to Friday)

Time of event:

09.30 – 16.00 (break from 12.00 – 13.00)

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Registration with:

yuliecohen@gmail.com

Registration deadline:

29.04.21

Open for the following
study programmes:

A & MA students: Art, Design, Industrial Design, Visual communication, Photography, Video, Filmmaking, animation, Fashion, Jewellery, Ceramics - all studies with the Art & Design

Limit of participants:

10

Content of event:

The workshop focuses on self-documentation, which usually takes place within the intimate framework of the family, and in the relationships between the speaking individual and social institutions (family, government, etc.).  The course, centered on self-documentation, represents, among other things, a dominant cultural trend today that encourages self-exposure, but, unlike uncritical “selfie culture,” it emphasizes the difference and the distinctive nature of personal documentation as an autobiographical record that usually includes the intersection between the private sphere and the public and political one.

Yulie Cohen is a Filmmaker and a distinguished lecturer.  Earned a degree in Sociology & Anthropology from Tel Aviv University (1981), and an MA with distinction in Communication Arts from the New York Institute of Technology (1984).
Worked in films in New York and Los Angeles, returning to Israel in 1988 for the birth of the first of two daughters.
Since 1993, Yulie has directed and/or produced many documentaries. Her films, including the acclaimed trilogy My Terrorist (2002), My Land Zion (2004) and My Brother (2007) have been shown at international film festivals, translated to more than 20 languages, broadcast worldwide by many television channels, purchased by the libraries of dozens of academies, and discussed at conferences in Israel and abroad. Cohen was awarded the Art of Film prize at the Jerusalem Film Festival in 2005.
My Israel (2008) was commissioned by BBC and was based on the trilogy.  A Minor Shrine For Our Love (2014) was curated for Dani Karavan's exhibition 50 years of the Negev Monument in The Negev Museum of Art.  Our Natural Right (2020) was premiered in Tel Aviv Solidarity Film Festival. Since 2008, she has been teaching at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem including the course Personal Documentation in the M.Des. Degree programme of visual communications at Bezalel.

10.00 (CEST)
Religion-sensitive reflections on professional relationship building

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Cornelia Muth

Name of guest:

Kerstin Wörz

Title of event:

Religion-sensitive reflections on professional relationship building

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

10.00

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

German

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event:

We compare experienced and lived religious sensitivity in courses in Vienna and Bielefeld.

Kerstin Wörz:

  • Professional activities (selection)
    • since 2016 Psychotherapist in independent practice, Vienna
    • since 2011 management of the bildungsakademie, Vienna
    • 2010-12 Trainer in the diploma course social accompaniment, bildungsakademie, Vienna
  • Study (selection)
    • 2012-2016: Training as systemic couple and family therapist ÖAS, Vienna
    • 2015-2016: Karl Landsteiner University, Krems, BSc Psychotherapy and Counseling Sciences
    • 1989-1994: Federal Institute for Social Pedagogy, Baden
    • Teaching activities (selection)
    • 2012-2018: Seminar leader, bildungsakademie Vienna
    • 2010-2012: Seminar leader in the diploma course social accompaniment, bfi Vienna
    • 2010-2012: Seminar leader in the diploma course Coach, bfi Vienna
11.00 (CEST)

Farm-based day care for people with dementia

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. PH Christa Büker

Name of guest:

Ingeborg Pedersen

Title of event:

Farm-based day care for people with dementia

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

11.00 - 12.00

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event:

Ingeborg Pedersen will provide an exciting insight into her research about the concept of “Green Day care” / “farm-based day care”.  Aims, challenges and experiences of people with dementia attending farm-based day care services in Norway will be discussed.

Dr. Ingeborg Pedersen works as an associate professor at Department of public health science at Norwegian University of Life Sciences and holds a Ph.D. in public health science with a thesis titled "Farm animal assisted interventions in depression". Her main research focus is on mental health and health promoting activities. A recent research project has been on animal-assisted interventions for elderly people with dementia in nursing homes and day care centres. In other projects, the farm and its nature surrounding have been used as setting for activities. This include the current project; Farm based day care services for people with dementia. Ingeborg is responsible for three further education courses at the University in animal-assisted intervention, where care farming and animal assisted interventions with farm animals and horses are in focus.

11.30 (CEST)
Innovation Management

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Denise Demisch

Name of guest:

Dr. Mikhail Nemilentsev

Title of event:

Innovation Management

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

11.30

Link of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Students enrolled in the module „Grundlagen des Marketings“ (Bachelor Business Administration)

Content of event:

Principles of innovation management; innovation as the function of entrepreneurship; classifications of innovation concepts.

Dr. Mikhail Nemilentsev:

  • Degrees: 22.08.2013 Doctoral Degree in Economics (KTT). Major subject – Entrepreneurship. University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä School of Business and Economics. Finland. 04.02.2013 Ph.D. Degree in Economics. Major subject – Pricing; Saint-Petersburg State Economic University. Department of Finance. Russia.
  • Current employment: 01.01.2018-till present – Principal Lecturer, Head of BBA Programme in International Business, Head and Studies Coordinator of MBA Programme in International Business Management, Coordinator of Double Degree Programmes, Project Manager and Project Expert (Creative Industries –Unit), Department of International Business (Kouvola), South-Eastern University of Applied Sciences (XAMK). Finland.
  • Research interests in entrepreneurship, innovation, economic clusters, entrepreneurship education, and family business. Project manager, project expert and project developer in multiple RDI projects incl. Finland-Russia cross-border and Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership programmes as well as Finnish national and regional entrepreneurship development projects with the aim to boost international and regional entrepreneurship in Finland.
  • Certified teacher in international higher education, holder of the diploma of Finnish national programme “RDI-expert coaching”, Innovation and Commercialisation track.
12.00 (CEST)
Intersubjective data collection methods

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Cornelia Muth

Name of guest:

Prof. Dr. Doris Ingrisch

Title of event:

Intersubjective data collection methods

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

12.00

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

German

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event:

The lecture is about the connection between philosophy of science and art.

Prof. Dr. Doris Ingrisch, Uni.Doz.in Dr.in is a cultural scientist and visiting professor at the Institute for Cultural Management and Gender Studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, where she established the area of Gender Studies.
Her research projects and publications cover the fields of gender and cultural studies with a current focus on art and science in dialogue, science, art and gender, history of science, exile/emigration research and qualitative and experimental methods/arts-based research.

17.30 (CEST)
CITYFOOD: Scaling-up the Urban Integration of Aquaponics

Name of host:

Prof. Bettina Georg

Name of guest:

Prof. Gundula Proksch

Title of event:

CITYFOOD: Scaling-up the Urban Integration of Aquaponics

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

17.30 - 19.00

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event:

Twenty-first-century cities face potential food shortages, water scarcity, and dependence on non-renewable energy sources intensified by population growth. The development of innovative solutions for the Food-Water-Energy Nexus requires transdisciplinary approaches across scales, boundaries, and sectors. The international, interdisciplinary research consortium CITYFOOD investigates the science and practice of aquaponics, an integrated food production system. The three-year-long research project focuses on the potential for scaling up the integration of aquaponics operations in cities. Through projects like CITYFOOD, the growing understanding of interlinkages between food, water, and energy systems can contribute to more sustainable urban futures.

Prof. Gundula Proksch is a scholar, licensed architect, and Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Washington in Seattle. She is the Founding Director of the Circular City + Living Systems Lab, an interdisciplinary research group investigating transformative strategies for sustainable urban futures. The lab leverages research and design methods to analyse synergetic systems to integrate circular economy principles and living systems in buildings and cities.
Professor Proksch is the Principal Investigator of the National Science Foundation (NSF) funded research project “CITYFOOD.” As part of an international research consortium, with partners in Germany, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, and Brazil, CITYFOOD investigates the urban integration of aquaponics. Her book Creating Urban Agricultural Systems: An Integrated Approach to Design (Routledge, 2017) is the first sourcebook on approaching urban agriculture from a systems perspective.
Professor Proksch’s interdisciplinary research builds on her professional practice in Europe and the United States with renowned architects David Chipperfield in London and Richard Meier, Stan Allen, and Roger Duffy of SOM in New York. She holds Master of Architecture degrees from Cornell University and the Technical University Braunschweig. She received a DAAD scholarship for independent studies at the ETH Zurich.

Masks - augmented reality (from Monday to Friday)

Name of host:

Prof. Philipp Rupp

Name of guest:

Christine Rösch

Title of event:

Masks - augmented personality

Type of event:

Workshop (from Monday to Friday)

Zoomlink of event:

Participants will be informed of the exact dates and zoom links when they register

Language of event:

German

Open for the following
study programmes:

Fashion/KD

Limit of participants:

15

Registration with:

philipp.rupp@fh-bielefeld.de

Content of event:

The workshop Masks - augmented personality opens up a refreshing space for intuitive creation and the fun material, texture and colour composition of a mask with a concise character, and invites inspiring exchange and critical reflection on linked themes such as up-cycling, queer culture, the question of inspiration and cultural appropriation or the restitution of cultural heritage.

Christine Rösch is a fashion designer and lecturer at the Universities of Art and Design in Basel and Geneva.
After her initial professional experiences at the traditional Paris fashion house Sonia Rykiel and the avant-garde Maison Martin Margiela, she contributed to shape the menswear brand Raf Simons as the Joint Head Designer for several years. To expand those experiences, she took the role as the Head of Apparel at the fast-growing high-performance company On-running in Zurich. Since 2017, Christine is further enrolled as a lecturer and jury member in the Basel Institute of Fashion and is currently co-responsible for the MA2 program at the HEAD in Geneva, while pursuing the MA program in Art History and Iconic Theory at the University of Basel.

 

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