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26.03.14 Johannes Grotzky, Expert on Eastern Europe,
Named Honorary Professor

Dr Johannes Grotzky, who has been the director of radio broadcasting at the Bayerischer Rundfunk since 2002, has been named honorary professor of Eastern European Studies, Culture and Media at the University of Bamberg’s Slavic studies institute. His official appointment was finalised by university president Professor Godehard Ruppert on March 10th. Morezum Thema: Johannes Grotzky, Expert on Eastern Europe,
Named Honorary Professor

05.03.14 Understanding and Preserving Historic Architecture

Students in the Uzbek-German master’s degree programme in building preservation and heritage conservation visited the University of Bamberg to expand their academic knowledge and hone their skills in heritage conservation. At the centre of their visit: the Bamberg cathedral. Morezum Thema: Understanding and Preserving Historic Architecture

19.02.14 Taking the Diplomatic Stage

For the last 11 years, the University of Bamberg has sent a delegation of students to the National Model United Nations (NMUN) in New York. The current group officially kicked off their preparation in October 2013, and the delegates have been busy studying the history and procedures of the United Nations. And now they are entering the final phase: in April they will travel to New York to represent the diplomatic interests of the United States of America. Morezum Thema: Taking the Diplomatic Stage

17.01.14 Sensors Conquering Fear in Old Age

We live in an ageing society, but we continue to be confronted with the challenge of how less and less young people will care for the ever increasing numbers of the elderly. Psychologists from the University of Bamberg are contributing to a solution with their work on a project known as FEARLESS. Morezum Thema: Sensors Conquering Fear in Old Age

07.01.14 Unique Institutional Partnership Finalised

On January 1, 2014, management of Bamberg’s prestigious National Education Panel Study (NEPS) – until recently a University of Bamberg research project – was transferred to the Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories, or LIfBi. The LIfBi simultaneously became an official affiliated institute of the University of Bamberg and a member of the Leibniz Association. In the span of only five years, the university-based project has grown into an institute providing valuable, lasting contributions to the broader research community. Morezum Thema: Unique Institutional Partnership Finalised

28.11.13 Helping Guests “Settle In”

They come for one semester, a year, or even for their entire studies: they’re foreign students. In order to help these students settle in and feel more at home in a new city and culture, the University of Bamberg offers both tandem and support family programmes. Morezum Thema: Helping Guests “Settle In”

16.10.13 The Many Sides of Bamberg

Three instructors at the University of Bamberg’s Language Centre have published an exciting new textbook for students of German. What sets it apart? The city of Bamberg and all its various facets! And appropriately enough, the book is titled “Bamberg – Kaleidoskop einer fränkischen Stadt” (Kaleidoscope of a Franconian City). It is available for purchase in bookshops now. Morezum Thema: The Many Sides of Bamberg

16.09.13 The Second Most Popular University in Germany

The University of Bamberg is a hit among international students. Morezum Thema: The Second Most Popular University in Germany

29.08.13 Influencing International Research

Graduates and supervisors of the Graduate School of Social Sciences (BAGSS) had plenty of reasons to celebrate. Morezum Thema: Influencing International Research

29.08.13 35th International Summer University

Bamberg Welcomes Students and Instructors From Around the World. Morezum Thema: 35th International Summer University