Zeitraum: 27.08.18 - 31.08.18
Titel: „Molecular Mechanisms of Aging Associated Diseases“
Zielgruppe: "Excellent and highly motivated international undergraduate students as well as students of the University of Cologne. The students must be enrolled in a discipline of Life Sciences, such as e.g. Biology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Bioinformatics, Tranaltional Medicine or similar. B.Sc. students must have reached 5th - 6th semester and M.Sc. students 1st - 2nd semester.“
Ziel: „The aim of our Summer School is to inspire young talents in the early stages of education for aging research and to provide initial insights into our scientific questions. In addition, the aim of the provided Journal Club is to train the students' critical thinking skills. Further, the participants will get to know the University of Cologne as a unique research location in the field of aging research.“
Focus: Communication and Presentation skills
Methods: Presentation skills, Flow, Science (neuroscience, embodiment), storytelling, resilience training, applied improvisation
There is hardly any better tool than applied improvisation to improve your presentation skills. In presentation-oriented and agile exercises the group is taught how to work autonomously, goal-oriented and experience flow states. Each participant increases their awareness toward their presentation style, their emotional state and their focus on the story of the presentation.
You will learn to avoid communication pitfalls and to deliver each message more clearly. The communication and presentation exercises are based on scientific findings, which are discussed during the workshop. It is my goal to deliver a system that helps you to present your work more effectively in the future.
Benefit: Improved communication, presentation skills, increased productivity, awareness of individual communication strategies and conflict management.