Dr. Regina Buhr

"More girls and women in technical and scientific education! This is a matter close to my heart: Because it's about the fair distribution of promising jobs and because diversity contributes to more innovative results than when like and like work together."

Focus of work

  • Deputy Project Manager in the BMBF project "Innovation Support Measures for the Federal-Länder Competition 'Advancement through Education: Open Universities'"
  • Gender and diversity consulting

Curriculum vitae

After many years of professional activity, Regina Buhr took up a degree in social and economic sciences at the Hamburg School of Economics and Politics (HWP). She then worked as a research assistant in the Department for Scientific Continuing Education at the HWP, focusing on technology - work - environment, women and technology. In 1991, she moved to the Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB) with a research focus on technology genesis, organizational learning, corporate culture, gender in innovation processes. This was followed by a doctorate at the TU Berlin. Since 2001 Regina Buhr has been working for the VDI/VDE-IT, among other things as project manager in the area of society and economy (today education and science). She has been a staff member of the iit since its establishment in 2007, among other things as the person responsible for technical education.

Publications

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Freitag, Walburga K.; Buhr, Regina; Danzeglocke, Eva-Maria; Schröder, Stefanie; Völk, Daniel (2015): Übergänge gestalten
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Freitag, Walburga K.; Hartmann, Ernst Andreas; Loroff, Claudia; Stamm-Riemer, Ida; Völk, Daniel; Buhr, Regina (2011): Gestaltungsfeld Anrechnung