Recently withdrawn employees
Philipp Kuscher, M.A.
Philipp Kuscher was responsible for the "EGov Campus" projects supported by third-party funding at the Chair of Public and Nonprofit Management from October 2020 to June 2022. In cooperation with the Stein-Hardenberg-Institute, two online courses were set up, which are particularly open to all administrative staff in Germany.
Jieun Park, M.A.
Jieun Park was a research and teaching associate at the chair of Public and Nonprofit Management until March 2022. The focus of her research is Digital Society and Digitalization in Public Management, as well as Transparency and Effectiveness.
Dr. Caroline Fischer
Until the end of the summer semester 2021 Caroline Fischer was a postdoctoral research and teaching associate at the Chair of Public and Nonprofit Management. Her work focuses on knowledge management and organizational learning, human resource management in the public sector as well as digital transformation in public organizations and it's implications for employees and citizens.
Dr. Matthias Döring
Since 2014 until 2020, Matthias Döring has worked as a research and teaching associate at the Chair of Public and Nonprofit Management. In December 2019 he completed his doctoral thesis with summa cum laude. Since March 2020 he acts as "Assistant Professor" for Public Management at the University of Southern Denmark in Odense.
Dr. Matthias Schrameier
Dr. Matthias Schrameier was a lecturer at the Chair of Public and Non-Profit Management from summer semester 2015 to summer semester 2020. He was responsible for the lecture "Controlling, Kosten- und Leistungsrechnung".
From 2013 till Januar of 2018 Anne-Kathrin Meier was PhD student and research/teaching assistant at the Chair of Public & Nonprofit Management. She studied Public Policy and Management at the Universities of Potsdam and Tampere (Finland). She finished her study with a Master of Arts from the University of Potsdam in 2013. Before her graduation she worked as an intern and working student at several public administrations (e.g. the Administration of the German Bundestag) and as a student research assistant at the Chair of Public & Nonprofit Management. In her PhD thesis she researched on performance-oriented pay in the public sector.