16 Ergebnisse
Student Florian Schwab vor dem 3D-Drucker
15.12.21 -
  • Mirja Fürst, Hochschule München

Internationaler 3D-Druck

Die UAS7 Virtual Academy bringt Studierende über Kontinente hinweg für virtuelle Zusammenarbeit zusammen: Studierende der Hochschule München entwickelten in ihrer Vorlesung „3D Printing & Design“ ein Würfelspiel mit einem 3D-Drucker. Ihre Kommiliton*innen von der US-Partnerhochschule SUNY Canton erarbeiten nun ein Produktionskonzept.
Carsten Schroeder
05.11.21 -
  • Emily Bechler
  • Leonie Kirstein

Innovation Powered by Applied Sciences: Topics Close to the Heart of UAS7

The last two years changed the world and with it changed the parameters of applied sciences. At a hybrid University-Industry talk, sponsored by the Otto and Fran Walter Foundation, academic, business and industry leaders from three continents shared their ideas on university-industry relations and Innovation Powered by Applied Sciences.
30.06.21 -
  • Erica Callery

Warming up for a unique intercultural experience

April 2021 was an intense month of learning and cross-cultural interaction for students of the course Different Approaches to Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility in the US and the EU at the Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin (HWR Berlin). Students joined selected counterparts from the University at Albany in the US for a month-long interactive online course that placed international collaboration at its heart.
02.06.21 -
  • Sara Blum

Virtual Academy Spotlight Hochschule Bremen: Air Pollution Control – A Comparison Between US and German Cities

The course Air Pollution Control, part of the UAS7 Virtual Academy, was a transatlantic cooperation between Bremen University of Applied Sciences and the University at Albany. The key goals of the joint course were to engage students in solving real-world air pollution problems through project-based learning. In doing so, they learned to foster collaboration, relationships and networks with fellow international students and their instructors.
2 students in front of a computer screen
02.06.21 -
  • Claus Lange

UAS7-Hochschulen denken Studium und Lehre neu: Großer Erfolg bei der Ausschreibung „Hochschullehre durch Digitalisierung stärken“

UAS7-Hochschulen waren bei der von der Stiftung „Innovation in der Hochschullehre“ initiierten Ausschreibung „Hochschullehre durch Digitalisierung stärken“ besonders erfolgreich. Sie warben in Einzel- und Verbundanträgen mehr als 18 Mio.€ an Fördergeldern ein. Allen Anträgen gemeinsam ist der Gedanke, Studium und Lehre neu zu denken und innovative, digitale Lehrformate zu entwickeln und zu implementieren.
4 hardware modules
06.05.21 -
  • Alissa Ziegler
  • Gunhild Grünanger

Virtual Academy Spotlight Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences: Pitching projects for the Internet of Things

Students from several engineering and computer science programs at Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences and at University at Albany conduct experiments on artificial intelligence and develop their own products for the Internet of Things. They exchange ideas in transatlantic teams and give each other feedback on their project ideas.
27.04.21 -
  • Erica Callery

Virtual Academy Spotlight HWR Berlin: Who says field trips have to take place in person?

The mid-point in the Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin (HWR Berlin) and University at Albany (UAlbany)‘s COIL project on corporate governance and corporate social responsibility was marked with a rather unique session that led to students reflecting on a range of cultural and legal aspects.
23.04.21 -
  • Sara Blum

Virtual Academy Spotlight Hochschule Bremen: Overcoming Linguistic Challenges in International Teams

Back in February 2021, Professor Mechthild Schrooten from the Bremen City University of Applied Sciences (HSB) and Professor Rita Biswas from the University at Albany (UA) started a joint transatlantic teaching project as part of the UAS7 Virtual Academy. On April 12th, the third joint session took place, which was a highlight of the course for teachers and students alike.