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Freunde der Universität Mannheim Celebrate 70th Anniversary
The Freunde der Universität Mannheim have been supporting the university and its students for 70 years.
Semester Concert of the Big Band
On 6 December, the Semester Concert of the Big Band of the University of Mannheim will take place at Klapsmühl’ am Rathaus. The event will start at 8 p.m. The concert on Saint Nicholas Day with swinging Christmas classics and Beatles arrangements is the perfect kickstart to the festive season. Read ...
Psychology in Mannheim Leads Nationwide in CHE Ranking of Master’s Programs
In a recent student survey conducted as part of the ranking of master’s programs of the Centre for Higher Education (CHE), Psychology at the University of Mannheim ranks in the leading group in all categories.
Dr. Lars Leszczensky hat einen Bart und kurze braune Haare. Er trägt ein blaues Hemd.
ERC Grant for Mannheim Sociologist Lars Leszczensky for Research on the Future of Social Interaction
The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded a prestigious ERC Starting Grant to Mannheim Sociologist Dr. Lars Leszczensky. The researcher will receive approx. 1.5 million euros to analyze how the social contacts of children influence those of their parents, and vice versa.
Eine Studentin lehnt an der Wand und liest das Magazin FORUM der Universität Mannheim.
The new FORUM is here and it's going out into the world
The new issue is all about internationality at the University of Mannheim.
Research Project Generates New Findings on War Games
For the past two years, Dr. Daniela Kuschel, academic staff member in the department of Romance Literatures and Media Studies, has analyzed how wars in Romance language countries are represented in analog and digital games.
GBP Monitor: Companies in Germany Are Reluctant to Adapt to the Digital Age
More than 40 percent of the companies in Germany are affected by the property tax reform and have to provide information on real estate property. However, less than half of them use the reform as a reason to digitize the underlying business processes. This is documented in the November report of ...
Beate Kohler hat graue Haare und eine rot umrandete Brille. Im Hintergrund sieht man lilanen Flieder.
ECPR Honors Beate Kohler for Lifetime Achievement
The European academic association ECPR acknowledges the political scientist from Mannheim as a pioneer with strong influence on the field.
New Minister Visits University of Mannheim / Emphasis on the Importance of the Social Sciences / Discussion with Students
Petra Olschowski, the new Minister of Science, Research, and the Arts in Baden-Württemberg, visited the University of Mannheim on Friday. President Professor Dr. Thomas Puhl is also chair of the Rectors’ Conference of Baden-Württemberg’s universities (Landesrektorenkonferenz (LRK)). The minister ...