Informatics Europe: Join NEW Online Academic Leadership Development Course (Autumn '22)

by Kit Wan Chui, Aug. 15, 2022

The fifth cohort of our online Academic Leadership Development Course will start in September. Register now to benefit from our early bird offer (until August 25th)!

Dear Colleagues,

Are you a leader? Do you want to become a better leader, one that brings out the best in people and thrive together? We have the right course for you: register for the upcoming cohort now to benefit from our early bird offer (until August 25th)!


Online Academic Leadership Development Course:

Leading People in Academia

A unique course by computer scientists, for computer scientists, and with computer scientists!

September – December 2022

Thursdays 10:00-12:00 CET/CEST


What some of our former participants say:

"Thanks for a wonderful course, it really changed the way I think about my work. It cannot be said enough: this course was the best course I have ever taken."

“I enjoyed the discussions and the interactions with the facilitators and other course participants: valuable reflections and innovative perspectives!"

Since 2020, computer scientists from over 20 countries have completed our unique Academic Leadership Development Course facilitated by Prof. Geraldine Fitzpatrick and Prof. Austen Rainer, the two senior informatics/computing academics with strong leadership backgrounds and experience who support course participants of diverse backgrounds with scientific evidence-based approaches to positive leadership practice.

Through six 2-hour online workshop sessions plus an orientation session, in-between preparation work and peer support sessions, you will have a well-facilitated and productive learning experience to situate your leadership, lead yourself, others and further your own development as a successful academic leader.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to meet and learn with other ambitious computer scientists worldwide! We look forward to welcoming you in the new cohort and witnessing your growth and success this Autumn.

Best regards,

Informatics Europe