• Interdisciplinary Cooperation

    The core of the Junge Akademie consists of the RGs – interdisciplinary Research Groups that address questions from the perspectives of different disciplines. more

  • Academia and Society

    It is an important goal of the Junge Akademie to be involved at the intersection of academia and society and to advance dialogue with unusual means. more

  • Involvement in Science Policy

    We apply ourselves to topics of university and research policy: On behalf of the academy, members keep publishing theses and statements pertaining to science policy which are often broadly discussed. more

  • Structural Freedom

    The Junge Akademie is free to choose its preferred forms of work and organisation – members make decisions together in their Plenums.

  • International Network

    In recent years, many academies for young academics have been founded, right up to the Global Young Academy. The Junge Akademie maintains the exchange of information and is involved in cooperations. more


Good work - Perspectives from Science

Invitation to a film presentation and panel discussion on the topic "Good Work - Perspectives from Science" on November 21.

Research Groups

RG Internationalisation

What impact does internationalisation have on the German academic landscape? The RG Internationalisation seeks to investigate this and other questions.

to the research group


Kristina Musholt

Kristina Musholt


Universität Leipzig

Member since 2014


Junge Akademie Magazine

An Invitation to Freedom

The 25th issue of Die Junge Akademie Magazine is dedicated to academic freedom.

Press Release

Press Release

Looking for new members!

Die Junge Akademie is looking for young academics and artists to join their rank. Please apply until November 30.

Press Release (in German only)


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