Selection of translated press releases
Students of Business Administration got to know Japan in the summer semester. The excursion focused on learning something about Japanese national culture and getting to know the working culture in Japanese companies. In addition to business appointments with Mitsubishi Fuso and Bosch, the 18 students visited Kamakura and Tokyo as well as the partner university Kanagawa in Yokohama.
Leah Vriesman, Director of Executive Education Programs in Health Policy & Management, and Jack Needleman, Chair of the Department of Health Policy and Management at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, visited the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) in mid-July to discuss further opportunities for building on the existing cooperation. After visiting ratiopharm in Ulm, Leah Vriesman and Jack Needleman paid a visit to the logistics laboratory (LogLab) and the Innovation Space at the HNU. Both institutions have been expanded in the course of the InnoSÜD joint project at the HNU. Leah Vriesman will appear as a keynote speaker at the second International Conference on Economics, Management and Technology. The conference will take place from 19th to 21st November 2019 with the involvement of InnoSÜD at the HNU.
Dr. Heiko Gewald, Professor at Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) has been awarded the title of Honorary Professor at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Together with Prof. Andrew Gregoriou from the Australian Institute of Health Innovation, he is investigating how digital resources can be used in an ageing society.
The Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) is working together with other Bavarian higher education institutes in a pilot project to develop the supply of energy in rural areas in Namibia. The objective is to improve the situation there in a sustainable fashion, using renewable energies. The project PROCEED, from the Bavarian Research Institute for Africa Studies (BRIAS), will receive funds of 1.23 million Euros from the Bavarian Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) over the next three years.
Prof. Dr. Uta M. Feser, President of the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU), and Prof. Dr. Elmar Steurer, Dean of the Department of Business and Economics, visited the partner university Srinakharinwirot University in Bangkok and the University of the Philippines Diliman. During the visit, Prof. Dr. Feser signed a partnership agreement with the University of the Philippines. Exchange programmes for both students and teaching staff are planned by the two higher education institutes.
22 students of HNU and Israeli partner university College of Management Academic Studies (COLMAN) work on this specific design challenge at Liebherr Household Appliances in Ochsenhausen.
Ten professors from Asia, Australia, Europe, South Africa, and the USA were visitors at the HNU. During the special week “International Guests@HNU“ they have the opportunity to network with academics from the HNU and to exchange ideas and experience on the topics of digitalization and internationalization.
Prof. Dr. Uta Feser, President of the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU), and Prof. Oren Kaplan, President of the College of Management Academic Studies (COLMAN) together opened the first representative office of the HNU in another country. The opening of this office marks the start of a more intensive cooperation between the two higher education institutes in the field of Entrepreneurship and Digitalization.
Welcome: International students from the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU), the Ulm University of Applied Sciences and Ulm University were given a warm welcome by the Danube towns at a reception held at the Oldtimerfabrik Classic in Neu-Ulm. Two students from the HNU and one from Ulm University were awarded the DAAD Prize for their outstanding achievements and for their volunteer contribution to society.
Network-building and qualification measures for the model of German universities of applied sciences in Kenya – a joint German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) project between the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) and the Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt (THI).