News of the University of Erfurt

"Seven at a stroke": Digital input panels for developing your own (start-up) ideas from the university context

Under the title "Seven in one go", the University of Erfurt's Founders Service is offering all interested university members a series of seven short digital input panels on developing their own (start-up) ideas from the university context.

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Contribution by Benno Werlen selected for publication by the Canadian UNESCO Commission and the Canadian Science Council of the Social Sciences and Humanities

The Canadian UNESCO Commission and the Canadian Science Council of the Social Sciences and Humanities have released a new publication entitled "Imagining the Future Knowledge Mobilization. Perspectives from UNESCO Chairs". It brings together selected…

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New programme for "Academic Qualification and Continuing Education"

The "Academic Qualification and Continuing Education" programme will enter the next round at the University of Erfurt in 2021.

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Doctoral scholarships at the Max-Weber-Kolleg

The Max-Weber-Kolleg for Cultural and Social Studies at the University of Erfurt is once again awarding two doctoral scholarships.

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New concept for TYPO3 trainings

Our website is realised with the content management system (CMS) TYPO3. In order to be able to maintain pages editorially, e.g. for a professorship, a project or a faculty, participation in a TYPO3 training course - even if prior knowledge is already…

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Time for something new...

With the annual review of 2020, the University of Erfurt's campus magazine says goodbye in its previous form. "It's time for something new," says Carmen Voigt, head of university communications, who has been responsible for the magazine for the past…

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Doctoral Preparation at the Max-Weber-Kolleg

The Max Weber Centre for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies at the University of Erfurt (MWK) offers a six-month doctoral preparation programme for applicants at the MWK as part of its study programme. Applications are possible until 28 February.

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Lecture: "Cold War in miniature"

The BMBF-funded research network "Dictatorship Experience and Transformation" invites to another online lecture on Thursday, 4 February. Alfons Kenkmann, professor of history didactics at the University of Leipzig, will talk about the topic "Cold War…

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