LEAD Graduate School & Research Network



Fellow of the "Margarete von Wrangell" habilitation program

Congratulations to Christina Artemenko!

Christina Artemenko, who is a member of PACE and LEAD, got one of the fellowships of the "Margarete von Wrangell" habilitation program. With this program the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts supports gender equality in research. Its aim is to increase the number of female professors. There was a strict selection process in which the applicants had to take part in. About one quarter out of 42 candidates could succeed in this process.

Christina Artemenko graduated successfully from LEAD in 2018. She works as a postdoctoral fellow at the Arbeitsbereich Diagnostik und Kognitive Neuropsychologie of the University of Tübingen with professor Hans-Christoph Nürk. Christina Artemenko is a member of the Tübingen Postdoctoral Academy for Research on Education (PACE). PACE supports postdoctoral fellows directly after the doctorate. Its aim is to prepare for an own and interdisciplinary career as a professor in empirical educational research.