Main focus: Think writing
Languages: German, English
Topics: scientific writing, creativity, training and coaching of junior academics, research process, promotion, science, academic writing, innovation, research, agile project management, problem solving
Natalie Struve, Dr. iur., is a coach and teacher of writing: on how to make the best use of it as a tool to fulfil one’s potential. She works for private companies, universities, and research organisations like Fraunhofer; encourages doctoral students to enjoy their research in writing with events like the European GNSS PhD Summit; and she coaches writers of all levels and fields, ranging from first-year students to banking COs. Her specialties lie in tailoring programmes to their clients‘ specific needs, and developing new methods to coach writing and academic project management. Natalie Struve has worked in the UK and New Zealand, including lecturing German law at the University of Liverpool and serving as director of studies for the LL. B. English and German Laws programme; she is bilingual German/English.