Prof. Dr. Eva Schmitt-Rodermund
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(8 years, 4 months)
- Feb 2005 - present
- Jul 2012 - present
(3 years, 5 months)
- Jan 2010 - present
- 2003 - present
- Jan 2005
(1 year, 1 month)
- Jan 2004 - Jan 2005
- Dec 2003
(9 years, 7 months)
- Jun 1994 - Dec 2003
- May 1994
(3 years, 11 months)
- Jul 1990 - May 1994
University of Jena looks back on a 450-year history full of great traditions.
Today, it is a state-of-the-art research university with more than 130 study
programs in the natural sciences, humanities, and social sciences. Currently,
it is the University of Choice for 21.000 students from 90 different countries.
The division for academic and student affairs offers services for undergraduate
and graduate students, provides information and advice for prospective
students, and is the home of all student recruitment, marketing, and admission
activities. Furthermore, it provides services in the areas of statistics and
controlling, student counseling and career development, adult learner programs,
student affairs research and assessment, and quality development.
background in psychology, specifically in the field of career development and
entrepreneurship on the one hand and adolescent migration on the other, Eva Schmitt-Rodermund (born 1964) works as the director of the division for academic and student affairs and senior vice provost at the University of Jena. In addition to her administrative engagement, she currently holds an adjunct professor title at the Institute for Psychology, University of Jena. Before that, she was visiting professor at the Pennsylvania State University, College for Human and Family Studies, and assistant professor at the Department of Developmental Psychology, College for Social and Behavioral Science at Jena University. She completed her Ph.D. in 1996 and received the university award for the college’s best dissertation in 1997. She was evaluated eligible for associate and full professor positions in 2003 and received tenure in 2005. She has been teaching intermediate and advanced level classes in developmental psychology on a regular basis since 1990. Her research interests concern human development across the life-span, with an emphasis on adolescence, with a main focus on the acculturation of immigrants and career development. She published more than 70 articles and three books.