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GAIN 2023
05/09/23 -
  • Patrizia Nobbe

UAS7 at the Conference of the German American International Network (GAIN) 2023

UAS7 went to Boston for the German American International Network conference on August 25-27, 2023. GAIN is a network of the German Research Foundation (DFG), the DAAD, and the AvH Foundation. The GAIN conference supports transatlantic mobility of early career researchers, attracting German, US, and international researchers from MIT, Harvard, Boston University, and regional research institutes, interested in German career paths and collaborations.
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Germany Grad Fair 2023 & German International School in New York
20/05/23 -
  • Patrizia Nobbe

UAS7 New York Career Fairs

This spring, the UAS7 New York office co-hosted and participated in two career information events in the New York metropolitan area: the 'Germany Grad Fair 2023' for undergraduates, and an information session for the German International School in New York.
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Studiengänge „Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen“ und „Produktion und Automatisierung“ sind in der Spitzengruppe.
11/05/23 -
  • Ralf Kastner

HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences Degree Programs Receive Top Marks in the CHE University Ranking

After already receiving excellent ratings in the past for the bachelor's and master's programs of the Department of Engineering and Management, HM has once again been recognized by the students this year.
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UAS7 President Andreas Zaby & Executive Director UAS7 NY office Patrizia Nobbe at Drexel University
06/03/23 -
  • Patrizia Nobbe

UAS7 President and New York Office Director Visit Drexel University

UAS7 President and Executive Director of the UAS7 New York office visit Drexel University to expand their partnership and explore potential collaborations. Drexel's emphasis on co-op education, applied sciences, and entrepreneurship aligns well with UAS7's mission. Talks with university officials highlighted shared interests and possible innovative projects. Learn more about this visit that reinforced the strong bond between institutions.
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Zoom Screenshot of 3 people
18/11/21 -
  • Katja Zühlsdorf

An international insight into approaches to sustainability in the US and Germany: Virtual COIL project between HWR Berlin and Drexel University

„A match made in heaven“, this is how Prof. Dr. Sonja Klose from HWR Berlin kicked off her virtual collaboration, a Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) project, with her counterpart Prof. Daniel Korschun from Drexel University in the US. 70 students from both universities came together for a joint virtual project.
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09/11/21 -
  • Patrizia Nobbe

Organizing Virtual Collaboration Through Consortia: Now and in the Future

We recently had a chance to present at the fabulous IVEC Conference hosted by our partner Drexel University and East Carolina University. The topic was the UAS7 Virtual Academy, which is the virtual pillar among UAS7's internationalization instruments.
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28/06/21 -
  • 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.
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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 a 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.
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