Franziska Lessky, PhD

Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck
Institut für Psychosoziale Intervention und Kommunikationsforschung
Schöpfstraße 3, A-6020 Innsbruck
  Büro UG-07 (Untergeschoss)






Vorträge und Medien

  • Lessky, Franziska. 2022. Studienerfolg von First-in-Family Studierenden im Kontext familialer Beziehungsstrukturen. 17. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Hochschulforschung (GfHf), Wien, 15.09.2022.
  • Lessky, Franziska; Katharina, Resch. 2022. To tackle inequality, look closer at student experiences. University World News, 26.03.2022.
  • Geppert, Corinna; Lessky, Franziska; Pausits, Attila; Reisky, Florian. 2022. Research at University Colleges of Teacher Education, EAIR Forum, Malta, 06.09.2022.
  • Lessky, Franziska; Geppert, Corinna. 2022. University Colleges for Teacher Education - The Long Way from a Teacher Training Centre to a Research Centre, European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Yerevan (Armenia), 24.08.2022.
  • Lessky, Franziska; Bär, Sullyvan; Götze, Nicolai; Pausits, Attila; Reisky, Florian; Schneijderberg, Christian. 2022. Who participates where? Stratification in higher education and social and gender-related inequalities in the academic profession – Comparative Evidence from Germany and Austria. APIKS Conference, Aveiro (Portugal) and online, 03.03.2022.
  • Lessky, Franziska. 2021. Studienerfolg und Erwerbstätigkeit dürfen kein Widerspruch sein!. A&W Blog, 08.06.2021.
  • Lessky, Franziska. 2021. Students' experiences during the pandemic - Empirical evidence from Austria. SRHE International Research Conference, 10.12.2021.
  • Lessky, Franziska. 2021. Übergänge von First-in-Family Studierenden an die Universität. HOFO-Konferenz, Uncertainty in Higher Education: Hochschulen in einer von Volatilität geprägten Welt, 19.10.2021.
  • Lessky, Franziska, Nairz-Wirth, Erna, Wurzer, Marcus. 2021. Gender and socio-economic segregation across teacher training programs – comparative evidence from Austria. CIES Conference (Comparative & International Education Society), Seattle/online, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 25.04.-02.05.
  • Lessky, Franziska. 2020. Reconstructing everyday life of First-in-Family university students by applying a hermeneutical approach. EARLI SIG Conference (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction; SIG 17 - Methods in Learning Research), Vienna, Austria, 08.09.-10.09.
  • Lessky, Franziska; Nairz-Wirth, Erna; Wurzer, Marcus. 2020. Social and Gender-related Inequalities Manifested in Choice of Fields of Study. A Comparative Perspective on Teacher Training Programs. European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Glasgow, UK, 24.08.-28.08 (Conference canceled).
  • Lessky, Franziska; Unger, Martin. 2019. Being the first in the family attending university and working term-time – Do these characteristics make you a student at risk? European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Hamburg, Germany, 02.09.-06.09.
  • Nairz-Wirth, Erna; Lessky, Franziska. 2019. Self-Regulated Learning - Disengagement and Dropping-Out. Symposium "Contributing to Better Learning Opportunities and a Better School Environment: Research into students’ school alienation and disengagement". European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Hamburg, Germany, 02.09.-06.09.
  • Lessky, Franziska. 2018. First HERDSA Conference - Was it worth it? HERDSA connect, Vol. 40(3), 7.
  • Lessky, Franziska. 2018. How to succeed against the odds? Study-work-balances of first-in-family students. European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Bolzano, Italy, 03.09.-07.09.
  • Lessky, Franziska. 2018. Negotiating everyday life as a student: Exploring how First-in-Family students arrange study, employment and other life-domains. CHERII seminar (Centre of Higher Education Research, Innovation and Impact), University of Wollongong, Australia, 27.07.
  • Lessky, Franziska. 2018. Study-work-balances of First-in-Family students in Austria. Poster presented at STARS Conference 2018 (Students Transitions Achievement Retention & Success), Auckland, New Zealand, 08.07.-11.07.
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