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LIfBi Director Cordula Artelt Elected Deputy Speaker of Section A of the Leibniz Association

At their last meeting on September 10th, the members of Section A "Humanities and Educational Research" of the Leibniz Association elected Prof. Dr. Cordula Artelt as their new deputy spokesperson. The new spokesperson of Section A is Prof. Dr. Henning Lobin of the Leibniz Institute for the German Language, who was previously deputy spokesperson and now follows Prof. Dr. Sunhild Kleingärtner of the German Maritime Museum/Leibniz Institute of Maritime History.

The Leibniz Association brings together 96 institutes across Germany, organized into five sections. The sections each elect a spokesperson for a term of two years, who represents them in the presidium and the other bodies of the Leibniz Association. "Collaboration within Section A as well as with the other sections of the Leibniz Association is a valuable way to promote interdisciplinary exchange and develop joint strategies. I am looking forward to the new task in Section A and the trust placed in me by the section members," said the LIfBi director.

The sections represent the scientific profile and expertise of the Leibniz Association. The tasks of the sections include the promotion of scientific exchange and cooperation in the joint development of scientific policy and strategy. The sections also participate in the development of evaluation criteria. Section A consists of 23 institutions.

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