Dates

Promotion Colloquium

Ruggero M. Capperucci

Role and meaning of seafloor roughness for habitat characterization

GEO 1550 (lecture hall)
11:00 s.t.

Doctoral Examination Board

Prof. Dr. Thomas Pichler

GEO-Building, Room 3010
09:00

Faculty Board Meeting

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bach

GEO-Gebäude, Raum 3010
10:15

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We welcome Miriam Ahrenholz as head of the department administration

Since 1 February, our department has a new head of administration in Miriam Ahrenholz. Ms. Ahrenholz has already been employed at the University of Bremen since 2005 and previously worked in the legal department, where she was responsible for the election management, the processing of applications for work and fee contracts, and the management of the ethics committee. She studied Medieval and Modern History at the Philipps University of Marburg and graduated with a Magistra Artium in 2007. Between 2008 and 2012 she completed the "European Business and Administration Study Program" at the Hochschule Bremen and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. We are extremely pleased to have won over Ms. Ahrenholz, an administrative manager who knows university matters well from both the student and administrative levels. We wish Ms. Ahrenholz the best possible start in this new office. more

Mysteries of the Arctic

Master Conference 13th and 14th of February 2019

The Master students organize another joint Conference in the first year of the master programs Geosciences & Marine Geosciences. The 7th International Master Conference deals with the Mysteries of the Arctic and will be held on 13.-14.02. 2020 in the large lecture hall GEO 1550. more

Awards for the best theses

On Dec. 06, 2019, the Department of Geosciences awarded the prizes for the best theses in its study programs. This year 6 students were awarded (from left to right): Janina Groninga and Luca Grewe (both BSc Geosciences), Emmanuel Okuma (MSc Marine Geosciences), Runa Reuter and Imke Gudenschwager (both MSc Geosciences) and Stephani Stamboroski (MSc Materials Chemistry and Mineralogy). more

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