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Keeping you up to speed

Our newsletters regularly inform you about what is important to us at the University of Konstanz. To help you stay on top of current information and developments at our university, we publish newsletters on various topics.

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We have compiled the following selection for you:

ASD Postdoc Newsletter

This newsletter provides information about current events on the topics of career planning, leadership skills, self-presentation and teaching skills and is primarily aimed at postdoctoral researchers, junior research group leaders and junior professors.


Keeping you up to date on teacher education: as the central university institution addressing teacher education (secondary school - Gymnasium), the Binational School of Education (BiSE) provides you information about current developments, events and news in the areas of study and teaching. The newsletter is also of interest to our partner schools and outlines possible collaboration opportunities with the teaching lab.

Everything related to teaching and research and all that is innovative, notable and commendable as part of our university life can be reviewed here.


This newsletter addresses both students and staff and provides insights into the university from the “inside”. External parties cannot subscribe to this newsletter.

"Forschungsnachrichten: Faculty of Sciences " and " Forschungsnachrichten: Humanities and Politics - Law - Economics"

The newsletter "Forschungsnachrichten" is published regularly by our Research Support, which keeps you informed about current calls for proposals from national and international funding bodies. You will also find news on research funding, new programme guidelines and formalities as well as upcoming events. Information on cross-faculty calls for proposals, events and new externally-funded projects at the University of Konstanz is published in both newsletters.


The newsletter from the Institute for Advanced Study Konstanz, KuKo in short, is called KonNex. Who are the Fellows carrying out research this semester at the KuKo? Which books were recently published by Fellows and alumni? Which events will be taking place? In addition to answering these questions, the newsletter presents one researcher or artist in residence in more detail.

Female early career researchers ("nachwuchs")

Through its “Nachwuchs” mailing list, the Office for Equal Opportunity, Family Affairs and Diversity provides information about calls for proposals, events or participation opportunities in studies (approx. 1-2 times per month).

Early career researchers with child ("wissenskinder")

Through its “Wissenskinder” mailing list, the Office for Equal Opportunity, Family Affairs and Diversity provides information about calls for proposals from the Equal Opportunity Council, events, available child care placements or participation opportunities in studies (approx. 2-3 times per month).

Female students ("frauenpower")

Through its “frauenpower” mailing list, the Office for Equal Opportunity, Family Affairs and Diversity provides information about events aimed at female students (approx. 2-3 times per semester).

Transfer Lehre-Newsletter (in German only)

University seminars are increasingly cooperating with external partners. Everything you need to know about transfer projects in teaching will be regularly made available to you in this newsletter. Which projects are being carried out? Which events can I participate in? Are there new cooperation partners? What are the current topics being addressed? Which lecturers are currently especially active? This newsletter will keep you up to date on these and other matters.

Upcoming events at the University of Konstanz

Organizing events on diverse topics is a key aim for a modern information society. This newsletter will keep you up-to-date on current events at our university.


Stay on top of exciting developments at the Zukunftskolleg in regard to the promotion of early career researchers by registering for this newsletter! It informs you about our Fellows, funding programmes, events, publications and current calls for proposals.

Are you interested in using the newsletter system? After logging in at the top right of the website, you can access the manual for the newsletter system via a link on the right side of the page (German only). This manual explains how you can register and then send newsletters quickly and easily.