Kerstin Maria Pahl was elected to the presidium of the Junge Akademie
The new Board of Die Junge Akademie has started its work.
Kerstin Maria Pahl, researcher at the Center for History of Emotions and currently also a substitute professor at the Chair of 19th-Century European History at Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, was elected by the 50 members at the spring meeting to the upcoming presidium, which includes the spokesperson of the Junge Akademie as well as four other members. Their tasks include steering the strategic and content-related orientation and supporting the spokesperson of the Junge Akademie.
The Junge Akademie at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina is an interdisciplinary research forum for outstanding young scientists. It offers them the opportunity to work at the interface of science, art and society and to contribute their ideas for shaping the science system.