The Heidelberg Laureate Forum, the GSO Leadership Academy and the Klaus Tschira Boost Fund seek to empower members of AlumNode as the next generation of academics to achieve more independence and recognition. AlumNode is a collaboration of these organizations.
Connect. Engage. Empower.
There are many alumni platforms available, however AlumNode is designed to connect young researchers and scientists who usually would not meet.
Our alumni have diverse backgrounds in disciplines ranging from astrophysics and mathematics to politics and history. They work in academia as well as in the private, public and non-profit sectors from all corners of the globe.
Prerequisite for registration: You must be a fellow of one of three programs
Heidelberg Laureate Forum, GSO Leadership Academy or the Klaus Tschira Boost Fund.
Find out more about how AlumNode works and what features you can use as a member here.
AlumNode is funded by the Klaus Tschira Stiftung gGmbH as well as the Max Planck Society.
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