© 2019 by Sebastian Sattler

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Professional experience

2018 – today

DFG-FUNDED OWN POSITION

Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology at the University of Cologne; in the project: “Cognitive Enhancement in Germany: Prevalence, Procurement Strategies, Causes, and Implications (ENHANCE)”; funded by the German Research Foundation

2018 – today

RESEARCH CONSULTANT

The Dougy Center – The National Center for Grieving Children & Families; in the Program “Listening and Led by Youth in Foster Care: Grief, Hope, and Transitions – The L.Y.G.H.T. Program” funded by The Duke Endowment.

2018 – paused for DFG-funded own position

LECTURER [AKAD. RAT A. Z.]

Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology at the University of Cologne

2016 – today

ASSOCIATE MEMBER

Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit at the Institut de Recherches Cliniques de Montréal

2013 – 2015

POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW

Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology at the University of Cologne

2013 – 2015

POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW

Cologne Graduate School in Management, Economics and Social Sciences (CGS) supported by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation

2013

RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Faculty of Law, Social Sciences, and Economics at the University of Erfurt

2013

RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Faculty of Sociology at the Bielefeld University

2013

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

Department of Psychology – Occupational and Consumer Psychology at the University of Freiburg

2011 – 2013

KEY STAFF MEMBER

Faculty of Sociology at the Bielefeld University; in the CONGRAD-Project “Conducting Graduate Surveys and Improving Alumni Services for Enhanced Strategic Management and Quality Improvement” in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia, and Herzegovina funded by the European Commission-TEMPUS.

2009 – 2012

LEADERSHIP OF THE PROJECT

Faculty of Sociology at the Bielefeld University; leadership of the project: “Fehlverhalten und Betrug bei der Erbringung von Studienleistungen: Individuelle und organisatorisch-strukturelle Bedingungen” (FAIRUSE) [Misconduct and Fraud in Study Achievements: Individual and Organizational Conditions], funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (FMER).

2008

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

Faculty of Sociology at the Bielefeld University, preparing and planning the collaborative research center “Von Heterogenitäten zu sozialen Ungleichheiten, SFB 882” [From Heterogeneity to Social Inequalities], funded by the German Research Foundation.

2007 – 2008

CONSULTANT

Institute of Science and Technology Studies (Bielefeld University): consulting and analytical evaluation of the German Chancellor Fellowship for Prospective Leaders of the Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation.

2006 – 2009

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

Faculty of Sociology at the Bielefeld University, in the project “Interdependenzen zwischen beruflichen und verwandtschaftlichen Netzwerken im Kontext der Familiengründung und -entwicklung” [Interdependencies of Social Networks in Family, Kinship, and Work], funded by the German Research Foundation.

2006 – 2007

FREELANCER

Institute for Practical Research on Journalism at the University of Leipzig, freelance work analyzing the study “Zukunft des Journalismus” [The future of journalism] and research-oriented teaching.

2006

FREELANCER

Freelance work in market research on information.

2005 – 2006

STUDENT ASSISTANT

Institute for Communication and Media Science at the University of Leipzig)

2003 – 2005

TUTOR AND STUDENT ASSISTANT

Institute of Sociology at the University of Leipzig

 

Higher education

2007 – 2013

PHD

Cumulative dissertation (consisting of 7 peer-reviewed journal articles: numbers 1-4 and 6-8, see Publications) on the methodical measurement and theoretical explanation of morally questionable behavior (“Understanding Deviant Behavior: Theoretical Foundations and Empirical Analyses”), awarded with “summa cum laude” from Faculty of Sociology at the Bielefeld University

2000 – 2006

MASTER

in Sociology, Political Science and Journalism at the University of Leipzig;

Master’s thesis: “Plagiate in Hausarbeiten. Erklärungsmodelle mit Hilfe der Theorie rationale Handelns” [Plagiarism in Student Papers: Explanation Models using Rational Choice Theory], awarded a grade of 1.0 (“excellent”) and distinguished with the Prize for an Outstanding Thesis by the German Society of Sociology