Researcher and doctoral student
Ute Grewe holds a master’s degree in educational leadership and management and a first and second state examination (equivalent to a master’s degree) qualifying her as a teacher in secondary schools, including teaching at A-level standard, i.a. in English and Geography, all of them from Ludwigsburg University of Education (LUE). She was also a trainer at the teacher training academies in Baden-Wuerttemberg and was responsible for the conceptual design of teacher’s training courses at Tuebingen Education Department. As a member of the INEMA core staff (2012-2015) her teaching and her research interests included human resources management, knowledge management, quality management, and economic sciences respecting teachers’ training at Ludwigsburg University of Education.
Since November 2016, Ute Grewe has been a member of the Faculty of Economics at the University in Tuebingen, doing research and teaching at the Chair of Economic Education. Her research interests include Entrepreneurship Education and student companies, business and simultation games and their application at schools as well as the conceptualization of teacher trainings respecting teaching economics.
Currently she is doing her doctorate in the field of competences being acquired and developed by students who are participating in a student company.