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Humboldtian Professor Uchendu has launched a challenging project: She wants the University of Nigeria Nsukka to become one of the neatest cities in Nigeria.
Commitment to volunteering enriches society. Two Germany-alumni talk about their commitment – and how it benefits them.
Preventing waste, using renewable energies, seasonal shopping: we’ve collated the most effective tips for a climate-friendly lifestyle. How to make your everyday life more sustainable.
- Aruna Dhathathreyan, AlumnaAfter almost 7 years, when I got back to India and started my work at the national laboratory, I had a reverse culture shock. I found that my ‘straightforward’ style of speaking learnt over 7 years in Germany was considered abrupt and even rude in Chennai.To the community
Who is supporting you in your career growth, and how can you ensure your career support team is providing you with balanced perspectives? The 5-50-100 Rule offers a straightforward method for ensuring holistic career guidance.
What impact does climate change have on conflict resolutions? Environmental engineer and DAAD alumnus Dr Moncef Bouaziz has not only dealt with this issue at this year’s Global Diplomacy Lab.
DAAD alumnus Hani Sewilam has developed a model that extracts six products from sunlight and seawater without producing waste. His main aim is to assure water and food security.
International students at German universities account for 11% of all students in Germany. Asia and Pacific represents the key region of origin for international students with a share of 31%, followed by students from North Africa and Middle East (20%) and Western Europe (17%).
Source: Wissenschaft weltoffen 2022
Dr Alassan Assani Seidou is the first early career researcher from Benin to be distinguished with the Green Talents Award. His research interests include a scientific basis for sustainable production processes in the livestock sector – his childhood was beneficial to this.