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Dr. Rubina Zern-Breuer


Problem-Solving Skills for Multi-Stakeholder Challenges

Dr. Rubina Zern-Breuer is a research project coordinator at the German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer, where she has been teaching and serving as Head of the Innovation Lab for Public Administration since 2018. After studying Modern and Contemporary History as well as Sociology at the University of Karlsruhe, she completed her PhD at the University of Würzburg, spending time abroad at the DHI Rome. In addition to coordinating public science projects at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, further positions took her to the University of Heidelberg and, as a senior researcher, to the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI.

As a Fellow at InnOsci, a think tank of the Stifterverband and part of the InnOpeers Network for Open Innovation, Dr. Rubina Zern-Breuer focuses on trust building in multi-stakeholder processes. She is interested in current developments and innovation processes at the interface of science, administration and civil society and in the application of creative and design methods. She is this year's (2022) Fellow of the Thomas Mann House in Pacific Palisades, USA.


Problem-Solving Skills for Multi-Stakeholder Challenges