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Two women in front of the UAS7 banner
31/03/22 -
  • Elisa Schumann

UAS7 at first in-person Germany Grad Fair since 2019

On Friday, March 25, the 5th Germany Grad Fair took place at the German Consulate General in New York City. The fair is organized in March or April each year for undergraduate and graduate students, young professionals and everyone else interested in German graduate studies.
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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.
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MtC 2021 Prédio POA
03/11/21 -
  • Claus Lange

Moving the Cities 2021 - Hybrid entrepreneurship week with 145 students from 6 countries

Health, education and climate protection are three of the United Nations' global Sustainable Development Goals. Now, 145 students from six countries dedicated a whole week to these goals: During the Entrepreneurship Week "Moving the Cities" they developed solutions for the world's most pressing challenges. The event took place online, with only the kick-off event happening at the Teatro UNISINOS in Porto Alegre.
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Moving the Cities 2020
18/12/20 -
  • Gabriel de Mattos Strada

Moving the Cities 2020, Hackathon Uniting Industry & Academia

Moving the Cities is an international event that has been reoccurring annually since 2018. It unites students, professors, industry representatives and universities from all over the world. The goal of Moving the Cities is to look at regional challenges that cities face from an international perspective. To do just that, 135+ students from 6 countries collaborated digitally for one week. 28 internationally mixed teams with participants from Brazil, Chile, Germany, Colombia, England and the USA competed in the final pitches to convince the international jury of their solution.
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Rethinking Cities: Smarter, Sustainable, more livable Communities
09/12/20 -
  • Friederike Moenning

RETHINKING CITIES: SMARTER, SUSTAINABLE, MORE LIVABLE COMMUNITIES

The rapid development of cities poses unique challenges at a time when urban areas worldwide are threatened by climate and environmental change. How can we make cities smarter and more sustainable using the latest technologies from renewable energy to smart grids? The one-hour live web-talk, Rethinking Cities contributed to this ongoing dialogue by addressing issues of sustainability, smart technologies, governance, and design from the perspective of the communities that inhabit these spaces.
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Virtual Career Booster Alumni
07/12/20 -
  • Friederike Moenning

VIRTUAL CAREER BOOSTER GERMANY 2020

On November 5 and 6, UAS7 had the opportunity to participate in the Annual Goethe Institut "Career Booster Germany" - per 2020 restrictions in virtual form. This year, UAS7 was represented in three separate sessions, presenting Study Opportunities at Universities of Applied Sciences and graduate programs. Additionally, Nathanial Long - SIP alumnus - participated in an Alumni Panel Discussion about Studying in Germany.
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Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Engineering Futures B
23/10/20 -
  • Friederike Mönning

Engineering the Future at the 23rd „Annual Colloquium on International Engineering Education“ (ACIEE)

The theme "Engineering the Future" for this year's 23rd Annual Colloquium on International Engineering Education (ACIEE) at the university of Rhode Island (URI), emphasized the need to continuously adapt, innovate, and forge new and stronger relationships with each other for all parties involved in this field.
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Future Forum: Building Biopolis - Global Challenges and Solutions for Coastal Areas
21/10/20 -
  • Friederike Mönning

Building Biopolis at the DWIH Future Forum

The German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI) New York recently called to envision the green city of the future. From October 14 to 17, interested Future Forum attendants were able to participate in the "Building Biopolis" project together with American and German climate experts from industry, policy and academia.
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