Together with the following partners, Jo Havemann works as a trainer and consultant on topics related to science communication, education and international affairs.
Open Science MOOC
The Open Science MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) is designed for students and researchers to learn skills to help them excel in a modern research environment.
The Training Center for Communication is the first African-based training centre to teach effective communication skills to scientists.
Besides other soft skills trainings, ProSciencia offers consultancies and trainings for successful research funding applications with sources ranging from regional and state funding, over national, EU and international organizations. Their services include
- Funding Search: Identifying and rating different funding sources for a specific planned project.
- Grant Writing: Designing and writing a competitive grant application for your project and a specified funding agency.
- Project Support: Writing progress reports, producing balances and writing appropriation requests.
The team of mediomix uses modern digital media to empower your research and communicate your science through animated videos, infographics, scientific image design and more.
Tree of Science
Tree of Science is dedicated to give impact and accelerate science, humanities, and research by providing digital solutions for researchers and research organisations. They promote Science 2.0, digital tools for researchers and open science, to trigger a systematic change in the modus operandi of doing research and managing science.
The Konnektiv Office is based in Berlin and serves as the link between education, technology, collaboration and social development by planning, implementing and evaluating projects in education and development cooperation.
Pivot Global Education Consulting
Pivot Global Education Consulting is about supporting, driving and managing change in the international higher education sector. Together we devise strategies, provide training, develop and implement programmes to help universities anticipate, evaluate and embrace change. We hold a central belief that universities are dynamic, transformational, innovative. Our mission is to guide institutions into becoming universities for the future.
Networking keeps the mind open and gives rise to invaluable encounters, which is why Jo Havemann is a member of the following associations:
The Global Innovation Gathering is a vibrant and fast-growing community of innovation hub founders, community managers, makers and hackers from across the world, who exchange ideas and collaborate online as well as offline at various conferences worldwide.
Network for international Affairs (nefia) is the alumni network of the Mercator Fellowship and former Stiftungskolleg of International Affairs.
GLOBART is an Austrian think tank directed towards imminent concerns of the future, with a view to the aspects of science, economics and arts.
Max Planck Alumni Association
The Max Planck Alumni Association (MPAA) is a non-profit organization developing and sustaining a worldwide network of alumns of the Max Planck Society.
Business and Professional Women (BPW)
BPW-International develops the professional, business and leadership potential of women on all levels through advocacy, mentoring, networking, skill building and economic empowerment programs and projects around the world.