How does the connection of research and teaching work at KIT? One year after the merger of Universität and Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, the ZEIT CAMPUS students’ magazine will take stock. The discussion on “One year research and teaching at KIT – what will the future be like?” will take place on Tuesday, November 09, 2010, 18 hrs, at the NTI-Hörsaal, Engesserstraße 5, on KIT Campus South.
How do students experience everyday university life at the largest German science institution? These and other questions will be addressed by Jan-Martin Wiarda, journalist in the Chances Department of the ZEIT, and Klaus Tappeser, Head of Department at the Ministry of Science, Research, and Arts, Baden-Württemberg, Professor Jürgen Becker, KIT Chief Higher Education Officer (CHEO) responsible for studies and teaching, Professor Andreas Kirsch, Dean of the KIT Department of Mathematics, Anselm Laube, student and Chairman of the Independent Students’ Committee (UStA) at KIT, and Dr. Zoltan Nochta, Deputy Director of the SAP Research Center, Karlsruhe.
The discussion will be organized by ZEIT CAMPUS in cooperation with ZAK | Center for Applied Cultural Science and Studium Generale (ZAK) at KIT, the KIT Public Relations and Marketing Service Unit (PKM), and Stadtmarketing Karlsruhe GmbH. Professor Caroline Y. Robertson-von Trotha, Director of ZAK, will welcome the discussion participants and guests.
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