Person

Jennifer Bosen

M.A.
Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Gender und Diversity in den Ingenieurwissenschaften

Address

Building: Gebäude 3010

Room: C157

Kackertstr. 9

52072

Contact

WorkPhone
Phone: +49 241 80 90461
Fax Fax: +49 241 80 690630
 

Responsibilities

Jennifer Bosen is a research and teaching assistant in the fields of sustainability, environment, mobility and diversity. She is a doctoral student at the graduate college ACCESS!, funded by the Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, where she conducts interdisciplinary research following the central question “What will the mobility of the future look like?”.

 

Academic Career

Jennifer Bosen studied Sociology and English Studies at RWTH Aachen University. As part of her studies, she conducted field research on air pollution, environment and diversity in China, during a DAAD-funded semester abroad at the East China University of Science and Technology ECUST in Shanghai and a summer school of the London School of Economics and Political Science LSE at Peking University PKU.

Master's Thesis

To Breathe or not to Breathe? Awareness of Ambient Air Pollution in China – Self and Other in Private and Public (2017, unpublished)

 

Projects

Graduate college ACCESS!

 

Memberships

German Sociological Association
UN Women Germany

 

Presentations

2019

Study on the Measured and Subjectively Perceived Air Pollution of Commuters in Aachen (Poster)
J. Bosen & H. Fuchte, Jahressymposium NRW-Forschungskolleg Access!, Aachen, 22.10.2019

2020

Mobility Future – Interdependancies of Diversity, Environment, Sustainability and Mobility via the example of young academics in Germany, J. Bosen, 11. Pegasus Jahrestagung, online, 09.10 - 10.10.2020

2021

Mobility Future – Future Generations’ Visions of Sustainability and Traffic Mobility, J. Bosen, British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2021

 

Supervised Theses

  • Tiny Houses as a Solution to a Socially Sustainable Development of Housing Space (2020)
  • Climate Change and Intersectionality – Analysis of the Particular Vulnerability of Women in the Charlands of Bangladesh (2020)
  • Commuting through Avenues and Exhaust Fumes in Aachen – Analysis of Bike Mobility and Perceived Air Pollution in Urban Areas (2019)
  • Is Student Mobility Socially Sustainable? – Investigation on the RWTH Aachen Campus (2019)
  • Smart Enough Cities? – The Role of Urban Quality of Life in Smart Cities Exemplified by Songdo (2019)
  • Implementation of Smart City concepts in city districts – Exemplified by the “GrowSmarter” project at Stegerwaldsiedlung in Cologne Mülheim (2018)

 

Teaching

 

Publications

Title Author(s)
Sustainable Mobility Cultures and the SDGs : Towards an Interdisciplinary Approach
Contribution to a book (2020)
Bosen, Jennifer (Corresponding author)
Leicht-Scholten, Carmen