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Wolfgang Eichwede

Little hope for peace in Ukraine – Interview with Prof Eichwede, expert on Eastern Europe

A good nine months after the start of Putin's war against Ukraine, we spoke again with historian Professor Wolfgang Eichwede about the course of the war, domestic tensions in Russia and prospects for peace. "The changing of borders by force by a major European power is an absolute catastrophe," says the founder of the Research Centre for East European Studies at the University of Bremen in a 30-minute conversation with Christoph Sodemann. Putin's authoritarian system is more brutal and impenetrable than the power apparatus of Soviet times. As a result, there is little reliable information about potential dissent within the current Russian regime. Eichwede's conclusion: "At the moment, I don't see any immediate chance for peace."

You can watch the full interview (in German) on our YouTube channel.

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Wanted by the Bremen Senate: A city-centre Uni campus

It’s decided: the University of Bremen is to come into the city centre with a second campus. In its session on 22 November 2022, the Bremen Senate gave its official approval. The plan, as developed by the Senate Chancellery with the City Centre Project Office, envisages at least one faculty moving into the former premises of the Bremer Landesbank, now NordLB, at Domshof. Newly built in 2016, the building is structurally and technologically up to date and complies with the latest energy standards, according to the Senate press release. For its part, the university has welcomed the possibilities of a partial move. Under initial consideration is the law faculty with its 1,300 students. The building at Domshof offers a standard that the university has not enjoyed before, said Chancellor Frauke Meyer. Nevertheless, the university wants to make sure that the planned move will not negatively impact the science budget or take money away from the construction projects on the main campus.

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Celebrating 10 years: Welcome Center for international guest researchers

"It's crazy," says Julia Holz. "Before we shake hands with our international guests for the first time, we know so much about them because we’ve already been engaged with them for months." Ms Holz works as a coordinator at the U Bremen Research Alliance Welcome Center at the University of Bremen, which has just celebrated its tenth anniversary. She has been there almost from the beginning, together with Janna Wilbers, who is currently on parental leave. Thousands of international researchers also had reason to celebrate and congratulate – every year, the Welcome Team looks after up to 500 new arrivals in Bremen and Bremerhaven.

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Sustainability – Fundamental Guiding Principle of the University of Bremen

It’s a sweeping change. The University of Bremen is changing its mission statement, which is now more than 20 years old: the topics of climate and sustainability are to be given particular significance. This was decided by the Academic Senate in April 2022. Previously, a strong signal was sent with the establishment of a commission for sustainability, climate justice, and climate neutrality. These topics are to play a major role in all areas in the future. And a new English-language Bachelor's degree course is even to be established that is not subject-oriented but topic-oriented: "Natural Science for Sustainable Future".

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CAMPUS PRIZE: Research for a Sustainable Future enters a new round

The "CAMPUS PRIZE: Research for a Sustainable Future", which is also sponsored by the Alumni Association, fits very well with the focus of the University of Bremen in terms of content. This year again, final theses on questions of sustainable use of resources, protection of the environment, climate, oceans or other topics in the context of sustainability can be proposed for this prize until November 25. One doctoral thesis and one master's thesis will be selected from the nominations by the jury and awarded a total of 3,000 euros.

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Robo-footballer B-Human: World champion from another planet

A long drawn out, “Well…” and then, "That was good. It's always nice when you win." So dry, so North German and so likeably modest is Dr Tim Laue's answer to the question of how it feels to be the new world champion in robot football. This is the ninth time that the University of Bremen’s Team B-Human, which is also supported by the alumni association, has been world champion. And this time they won all their games, 48 to 0! Here is artificial intelligence made in Bremen, robot football from another planet. After their magnificent success at RoboCup 2022 in Bangkok, Thailand, the programmers from Bremen made a remarkable promise.

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New rector gets started with new team of vice rectors

With an inauguration ceremony including Bremen's mayor, Bremen’s science senator, the university chancellor and many guests on 6 September in the Mensa, the university’s new rector, Professor Jutta Günther, kicked embarked on her term of office with her new team of vice rectors. She was appointed Professor of Economics at the University of Bremen in 2014. The board of the alumni association congratulates the new rectorate and looks forward to a good working relationship.

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On the Death of Gerd Glaeske

Professor Gerd Glaeske has passed away. The health researcher died at the age of 77 on May 27, 2022, after a long period of illness. Glaeske was a pharmacist and worked for many decades in drug utilization research.

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University rectorate: Farewells and new beginnings

On 1st September 2022, the current president of the University of Bremen, Professor Bernd Scholz-Reiter, is taking his well-deserved retirement. His ten years in office were commemorated on 23rd June at a celebration in Campus Park with many guests of honor. The Academic Senate had on 15th June already confirmed the new vice-presidents, who will in future guide the fortunes of the University of Bremen together with the new president Professor Jutta Günther and Chancellor Frauke Meyer, who was elected in March. As of 1st September 2022, Professor Michal Kucera will be Vice-President for Research and Transfer, Professor Maren Petersen will be Vice-President for Teaching and Studies starting 1st October 2022, and Mandy Boehnke will be Vice-President for Internationalization, Academic Qualification and Diversity as of 1st September 2022. This will be the first time that the central academic structure will be represented in the rectorate.

Andreas Bovenschulte verleihnt dem Bremer Hostoriker Wolfgang Eichwede eine Senatsmedaille.

Senate Medal for Eastern Europe expert Professor Wolfgang Eichwede

Only a few days after the 80th birthday of Bremen historian Wolfgang Eichwede, the Bremen Senate honored him with the Senate Medal for Arts and Sciences on 15 June. At the ceremony in the Upper Town Hall, Mayor Andreas Bovenschulte paid tribute to the former University of Bremen professor for his work, which made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of German relations with Eastern Europe and to Bremen as a center of science. In a round of talks with four people who have accompanied Prof Eichwede on various stages of his life journey, the conversation shined a light on episodes and stops along the way.

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Testing out the new Horner Bad

Friendly, bright, functional. That is the impression given off by the newly built Horner Bad, which has enriched Bremen's swimming pool landscape since the beginning of June. Since the Unibad was closed to the public due to its condition and the pandemic, there is now once again an indoor pool in Bremen near the university – with 50-metre lanes. This marks the end of a long period of forced abstinence for those ambitious swimmers who do not practice their sport in a club. We tested the pool, which is already being hailed by the press as a "new flagship with supraregional appeal”.

The “Master of the Houses” takes his leave

"Architecturally, the University of Bremen and its campus are..." The university’s many students and employees over the past 51 years would certainly end this sentence in quite different ways. One with his own entirely individual answer is Hans-Joachim Orlok. For more than 25 years, he has been the head of building management at the university, putting heart and soul into the job. He is responsible for everything that has been built and is being built, both above and below ground. And he renovates, on a tight budget and with great creativity. Now he is retiring. The university magazine “up2date" recently did a profile on him.

RoboCup German Open 2022: B-Human Triumphs in Hamburg

Winning the title without conceding a single goal: B-Human – the robot soccer team from the University of Bremen and the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) – has once again won the RoboCup German Open. In Hamburg, the Bremen team, which has also been supported by the Alumni Association for years, won all eight matches.

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A first at the University of Bremen: A woman at the helm

On 2 March, the Academic Senate elected Professor Jutta Günther as the new Rector, who will take office on 1 September 2022. The Bremen professor of economics will replace Professor Bernd Scholz-Reiter, who is retiring after ten years in office. The 22 members of the Academic Senate (AS) elected Professor Günther with 14 votes. Also standing for election was Professor Verena Blechinger-Talcott from the Free University (FU) Berlin, who received 8 votes.

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SCIENCE GOES PUBLIC! – Episode 10

"A baked fish, a pickled herring and a crab roll are sitting in the sauna…” What sounds like a joke is actually the invitation to an event on a topic that doesn’t readily invite jokes: The consequences of climate change for North Sea fisheries. "SCIENCE GOES PUBLIC!" is a format for reaching wider audiences that presents “dry” science topics in pubs in varied and humorous ways. The tenth instalment of this popular series runs from 10 March to 14 April 2022.

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ProMentes: Committed leaders wanted

In September 2022, the University of Bremen's career-oriented mentoring programme ProMentes will enter its twelfth round. For a period of ten months, committed executives from business, culture and public administration act as mentors to advise and support students and graduates who are about to enter professional life. Alumni are cordially invited to participate as mentors or mentees.

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100 semesters of Studierendenwerk Bremen

One anniversary after another: No sooner has the University of Bremen wrapped up its 50th anniversary celebrations than Studierendenwerk Bremen, founded in 1972, begins its look back on a 50-year success story. Everyone at the university knows of Studierendenwerk, but most would be hard pressed to say where it is actually located. Some 300 employees make sure that everything runs smoothly for the 30,000 students at the four universities in the state of Bremen.

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Digitalisation of teaching and studying: Between pole position and deep slumber

Last year, the University of Bremen adopted the SKILL programme, which is intended to advance digitalisation of teaching and studying. Will green boards and white chalk soon be a thing of the past? What kind of acceptance is this programme finding at the university? Where does the university stand in its own digitalisation efforts – and in comparison to other universities nationwide? In a video interview (in German), Christoph Sodemann spoke with the vice-rector responsible for the programme, Professor Thomas Hoffmeister, about these and other questions.

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future concepts bremen – students and practice partners wanted

“future concepts bremen” are digital innovation projects at the University of Bremen that implement the basic principles of research-based learning and are intended to promote the transfer of knowledge and technology to business and society. future concepts offers students the opportunity to study in a practice-oriented way, to develop their professional and personal skills, and to collect career-building contacts with future employers.

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The semester is under way – but how’s it going?

After three semesters of online courses, the Uni Bremen campus is, since this past October, filled with life again. Under strict conditions, lectures and seminars are once again being held in person and many students are also returning to the dining hall (“Mensa”) and the university library. We asked around on campus to find out how students are getting on.

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It’s back – winter semester, in person!

You’ve got your university acceptance, found a place to live, said goodbye to your home town, and now you’re waiting, full of anticipation, for your studies to begin. All the hurdles are behind you, and nothing stands in the way of a brilliant new phase of life. Finally seeing the university with your own eyes, meeting new people, and getting settled into academic life. Orientation Week is meant to ease you into your studies, bring you in contact with other students, and ensure that you know what to expect. But this winter, what has been standard practice for decades will take on the aura of something extra special.

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Make sense – go funding

When it comes to donors and foundations, most people think of the big ones: Bill & Melinda Gates, the Körber Foundation or German political party foundations. But there are other ways to make a difference. On the occasion of the university's 50th anniversary, the University of Bremen Foundation has launched an initiative that invites you to participate in numerous ways – and also to donate. The motto: Make sense.

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Federal Labour Minister Hubert Heil Inaugurates New Institute

The German Institute for Interdisciplinary Social Policy Research (DIFIS) of the Universities of Bremen and Duisburg-Essen was inaugurated by Federal Minister Hubertus Heil on 8 June. The ministry is funding the institute’s establishment and research with about eight million euros over five years. The institute is to conduct research on future social policy issues and promote the transfer between science and practice.

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Life returns to the ghost town

A group of children waits in front of the university library, neatly lined up in rows of two. Only a few students stroll along the boulevard. Nevertheless, university life seems to be gradually returning here. On the hottest day of the year thus far, we were on campus to take a closer look...

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Faculty 1 graduation goes online, and how!

The Physics and Electrical Engineering Faculty pulled out all the stops to stage a high-tech online graduation. 230 participants switched on the ceremony and were treated to a multi-device experience: two parallel Zoom sessions working in concert with seven computers, two microphones, two projectors and two video cameras. The soundtrack: music from Star Wars and Schubert piano melodies live from Dr Christian Melsheimer's own music room. 76 of the 150 graduates present were honoured with live or pre-recorded contributions. The closing speech was given by our board member Dr Reinhard Ahlers, and after an hour’s delay the champagne corks were popped. Wow! Imitation recommended. 

Roboter Fußballmannschaft B-Human der Universität Bremen

Robot Football in Times of Pandemic

Empty stadiums, strict hygiene rules — no problem for footballing robots. Yet for more than a year, the pandemic has brought play to a standstill for the high-tech kickers. That’s because their human masterminds have not been allowed to accompany them to tournaments, a hard blow for Team B-Human from the University of Bremen and the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DKFI). But now humans and robots have done an end run around the virus and successfully competed in their first virtual tournament in Germany — a completely new challenge for the winning Bremen team.

Einweihung des neuen Digital Hubs

NEOS — A Future-Oriented Home for Digital Innovation

The construction boom at the University of Bremen continues and perhaps the most exciting project is currently coming up behind NW1. In March 2022, the new NEOS complex will be inaugurated, housing the DIGITAL HUB Industry and the new headquarters of the IT service provider encoway. NEOS is also the future location of several university institutes, start-ups and an Open Innovation Lab, where SMEs and established industrial companies can experiment. This will be a "high-tech playground" according to our alumnus Christoph Ranze, who is the managing director of encoway. NEOS embodies a breathtaking success story that started a hundred metres away with three small offices.

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Sparakasse Bremen has new headquarters on campus

It was uneventful and yet surely record-breaking: In early November, about 600 employees of our corporate member Sparkasse Bremen moved into the new headquarters on campus. After a construction period of only two years, the new building on the Universitätsallee was ready to move in. That is fast! Yet, the scheduled opening ceremony had to be canceled due to Covid-19. Since mid-December, employees work mostly from home. “Still, the new headquarters makes us excited for working from the office again,” says Sparkasse spokesperson Nicola Oppermann.

Bremen should not be left behind as a research and academic institution

Against the backdrop of the Corona pandemic and the resulting drop in revenues, the current budget negotiations undoubtedly pose great challenges for all actors in politics and administration. At the same time, we, the alumni, are alarmed by the current discussions about the funding of the Science Plan 2025. Our board has addressed politics and the media with a statement. (German only)

AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING DOCTORAL SUPERVISION

The award for outstanding doctoral supervision is given to university professors and other eligible academics for their professional and encouraging support of doctoral candidates. The award honors both the demanding task of doctoral supervision and exemplary empowerment of early-career scholars. The Alumni of the University of Bremen e.V. supports this award by providing the prize money. Our board member Reinhard Ahlers is part of the jury. It is awarded for the specific purpose of facilitating the success of doctoral candidates. If your doctorate was awarded no more than six years ago and you were well supervised, you can nominate here until 30 April 2021.

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A new look for the university

Just in time for its anniversary, the University of Bremen has a new look – with vibrant colors that combine red and blue. The new variety of colors is supposed to give the university’s users more options for individual designs and, at the same time, strengthen the university’s visual identity and recognition value. 

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Frauenhofer MEVIS moves to spectacular new building

Finally, another eye-catcher: The new building on campus for the Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Medicine MEVIS is about to be completed. The brilliant white building amazes with its arched lines, organic curves, and an asymmetric layout.

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Alumni wanted - Career Camp 2021

How can I start my career? What soft skills are necessary in order to be successful on the job market in my professional field? How do I best apply, or are there other ways of finding the perfect job for me? The Career Camp 2021 is supposed to answer these questions. It will be a mega event hosted by three departments – interdisciplinary, internationally, and unprecedented at the university. And right on time for the 50th anniversary. The organizers think it important to integrate as many alumni and their knowhow as possible into the format. How? Find out here.

Covid-19 as a Research Topic

Since the beginning of the year, the pandemic has a firm grasp on all parts of life. The University of Bremen, too, was forced to stop its regular teaching and research activities. At the same time, scientists from many different fields have addressed Covid-19 and its implications over the past several months. The university magazine up2date.online has pooled these research activities – with an impressive result.

Farhana Tabassum und Fahmida Yasmin

Places Where You Never Go Hungry

For Farhana and Fahmida it is all about instincts and love, about very elementary feelings when they talk about food. It is a way of life. Food culture in Germany? The two master students from Bangladesh and Pakistan prefer to talk about literature, environmental protection, and other reasons why they came to Germany. In Bremen they represent the students from their two home countries, about one hundred from Pakistan and more than 150 from Bangladesh. Quite a few. And that is not the only thing that takes us by surprise when we meet.

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BIOM – New Building for Biology Department

After 15 months of building, the BIOM had its roofing ceremony at the end of August. Its name is a reference to an actual biome. It will be an attractive clinker construction, in which approximately 1,000 students and more than 100 staff members of the Biology Department in the future will conduct research, teach, and learn.

WITH A BANG OR JUST A POP? ALUMNI DISCUSS GOVERNMENT STIMULUS PACKAGE

Is the government stimulus package an adequate way to manage the profound economic consequences of the COVID-19 crisis? That is the topic of the discussion between our alumni Sarah Ryglewski (political sciences 2009), parliamentary state secretary at the Federal Ministry of Finances, and finance scientist Rudolf Hickel, who has been a professor at the University of Bremen since its founding year in 1971 (an alumnus as well).

Jutta Günther – New Vice President

Jutta Günter will be the new Vice President Research at the University of Bremen from April 1. The economist and social scientist has been a professor of economics at the University of Bremen since 2014. Within the economics department, she is part of the Institute for Economic Research and Policy (IERP), is a faculty member at BIGSSS, and co-initiator of the Bremen Research Centre for Energy Systems (BEST). (German only)

LIFE – Innovative Training at the University

The Academy of Continuing Education at the University of Bremen offers an exciting program for all those seeking to develop personally and professionally. The focus is on computer science, health, and production technology. Members of the association receive a 5 % discount on LIFE courses. Registration deadline for the summer term 2020 is on March 15.

Apply now for the Campus Award!

We are looking for the best theses on the sustainable use of resources, the protection of the environment, the climate and the oceans. Graduates from 31.8.2017 onwards can be nominated with their Master's thesis or doctorate. The Alumni Association supports the award decisively and is pleased about highly motivated works that can be recognized and awarded.

“Wohnen für Hilfe” – Helps Both Sides Free of Charge

To vivify the house – that’s what a senior citizen might wish for. On the other hand, each year, many students look for a suitable place to live – with little money most of the time, but energetic and open-minded. It seems natural to get these two groups together. “Wohnen für Hilfe” made that their goal.

Bundespräsident Frank-Walter Steinmeier verleiht Antje Boetius (Bremen) den Verdienstorden der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 1. Klasse im Schloss Bellevue.

Courageously into the Future: Crossing Boundaries!

… was the motto of the ceremony for the prominent marine biologist Antje Boetius, director of the Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) and professor at the University of Bremen. She was awarded this high distinction in early October – in the company of Alexander Gerst, Udo Lindenberg, and the pastor Rainer Eppelmann.

Preisträgerin Iris Pigeot, Wissenschaftssenatorin Eva Quante-Brandt, Preisträger Andreas Fischer-Lescano und Konrektor Andreas Breiter

Outstanding PhD supervisors were also found and honored in 2019

Prof. Dr. Iris Pigeot and Prof. Dr. Andreas Fischer-Lescano have been awarded the new ‘Prize for Outstanding PhD Supervision’ of the University of Bremen for their excellent supervision of doctoral candidates.

LIFE is LIFE

... A Song That Gets Easily Stuck in Your Head. However, at the Academy of Continuing Education this abbreviation has a different meaning: It stands for great flexibility in continuing education, for a modular system of information, and a maximized acquisition of knowledge.

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Room Available?

Between July 15 and August 9, 130 students from twenty countries are expected on campus. They are taking a German language course in those four weeks. However, not all of these young students have found a place to stay yet.

Yes? No? Maybe? – Extra-Occupational Master Program in Professional Public Decision Making

In fall, the extra-occupational Master program Professional Public Decision Making at the University of Bremen goes into its fifth round. The focus of the degree program, which is unique in Germany, lies on the topic ‘Decision-making in public space’ – students learn interdisciplinarily and in interprofessional student groups. The lecturers are from the fields of politics, economics, law, sociology, computer science, and philosophy. Classes are practical and on the basis of current research results. The program is addressed to professionals and managers from all over Germany. The degree course takes three years, is extra-occupational, and is organized around blended learning, i. e. blocked presence meetings in the lecture hall alternate with digitally supported self-study periods.

And the best thing: There are still open places!

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Unknown Worlds? Thirst for knowledge? Quick Information in Only Thirty Minutes!

Selected topics at unusual places, in pubs and bars in Bremen and Bremerhaven: some pieces of information – then open conversation. A new format of scientific communication with radiant success!

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Discrimination when looking for accommodation is still commonplace

Good old Max Mustermann - he would probably have little problem getting a rented apartment in Germany. Others, on the other hand, do. An exotic name, a light accent - and the dream of the new four walls can fail. You think that's a rumour? Then read on....

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Interested in Supporting Bright Minds in Bremen?

Read more about it here. With joint efforts from private individuals, businesses, and foundations that will pay one half of the amount and the federal government paying the other half, you can support young people substantially in their careers. That way, you give these students the freedom to act, which is needed for commitment and for new and transforming ideas. Think about it and get more information here (German only).

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Deutschlandstipendium Scholarships – the Alumni Association Supports seven Students!

On November 22, 2018, the Deutschlandstipendium scholarships of the University of Bremen were presented in the auditorium of the GW1 building – framed by modern jazz music. Over the coming twelve months, a total of 122 students will receive financial support – more than half of them for the first time. The Alumni Association sponsors seven scholarships.

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Preparations for the international astronautical congress are in full swing

Between October 1 and 5, the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) takes place in Bremen. It is organized by the Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM) of the University of Bremen. We spoke to Annika Teubner from the ZARM about the preparations for the IAC.

Die CAMPUS-PREIS-Jury und der Rektor der Universität Bremen mit Preisträgerin Natalie Prinz und Preisträger Dr. Jann Lasse Grönemeyer

Applications Are Now Accepted for the Campus Prize 2018/19

The Campus Prize is awarded for the third time this year. It is given out by the KELLNER & STOLL FOUNDATION FOR CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT, the Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT), the University of Bremen, and Alumni der Universität Bremen e. V. University of Bremen staff having supervised outstanding theses can nominate the respective graduates by November 16, 2018.

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New Exhibition at the SuUB: ‘Marion’s Book’

The State and University Library Bremen is host to a new exhibition called ‘Marion’s Book.’ It features a book that Marion Baruch gave to her sister Helga as a wedding gift in 1936. It is a book of drawings about the history of the family as well as the love story between Helga and her husband. The humorous illustrations give us insight into the life of a happy family in the 1930s, whose lives were ruined by Nazism. You do not want to miss this! Admission is free of charge.

Continuing Education for Senior Citizens.

Continuing Education for Senior Citizens

The new program for Continuing Education for Senior Citizens is online! Additionally to the classes offered by the Academy of Continuing Education, the different departments also offer interesting seminars. Anyone interested to participate has to be quick: the offers are often fully booked within just a few weeks.

XENOS e. V. – the association that matters!

We were able to speak to the association’s secretary Sigrid Dauks, alumna of history.

The association for the advancement of students from abroad in distress at the universities in Bremen is not quite a catchy title, but a more than important effort. And it has been since 1984! The universities already then realized that international students could also end up in particularly difficult financial situations, which are often even more complicated to solve for them than for their fellow students from Germany.

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20 years of the future!

Under this title there is a new yearbook on campus. With all kinds of exciting stories, things you didn't even know and people you always wanted to know more about. 1997-2017 - what was going on at the University of Bremen? Anecdotes, curiosities, human and typically Hanseatic.

The Welcome Center of U Bremen Research Alliance

In the framework of the Excellence Initiative of Bremen University, the Welcome Center initiated as well. Since October 2012, the services of the research alliance have been bundled. Being an active marketing tool, the Welcome Center as a new service point is given special attention – and for a good reason!

A strategy for the University

Visionary thinking and farsightedness are needed for shaping the University of Bremen. The 2018-2028 strategy has been developed – read for yourself!

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