University of Mannheim Honors Outstanding Teaching Achievements
Four teachers have received the University of Mannheim’s Teaching Award for their excellent teaching achievements.
GBP Monitor: Companies reduce investments and job openings in anticipation of energy embargo and further cost pressure
The war in Ukraine has serious consequences for the German economy. The negative effect this crisis will have on the future is becoming more and more apparent: The May survey by the German Business Panel of the University of Mannheim shows that the proportion of companies planning new investments ...
Students Organize Days of Sustainability at the University of Mannheim
From 6 until 20 May, the University of Mannheim hosts the “Hochschultage Nachhaltigkeit”, a series of events that cover the topic of sustainability. The motto of the events, which mostly take place on campus, is “interdisciplinary sustainability”.
Semester Concert of the University Big Band Is Part of the Big Band Chamber Concerts Series
The big band of the University of Mannheim, the College Jazz Orchestra, will hold their semester concert on 17 May. The concert will be part of the “Quasi Mini Festivals” of Jochen Welsch’s Big Band Chamber Concerts series.
New on Wikipedia: Brave Women and Men Who Risked Their Lives to Save Others But Are Unknown to the Public
As part of a tandem seminar in Linguistics and History, students of the University of Mannheim have written Wikipedia articles about brave women and men who fought the Nazi regime. Most of these resistance fighters came from Mannheim and the surrounding area.
Ukraine Emergency Fund
University of Mannheim Foundation collects donations for early-stage researchers affected by the war in Ukraine
CHE University Ranking: University of Mannheim Offers Excellent Conditions for Online Teaching and First-Year Students
Psychology programs ranked the best in Germany / Students of German Studies and Romance Studies benefit from the excellent structure of the degree courses and support for first-year students
International Study: Copying the Far Right Doesn’t Help Mainstream Parties – On the Contrary.
Adopting the policies of far-right parties will not convince voters to switch back to supporting mainstream parties. Mannheim political scientist Denis Cohen points this out on the occasion of the French presidential elections.
Why hydrogen is already an economical energy source
At peak times, hydrogen can be an economically viable addition to electricity supply – provided that the hydrogen is converted on so-called reversible power-to-gas-storage systems. This is the result of a new study by Mannheim economists Professor Stefan Reichelstein, Ph.D., and Professor Dr. ...
GBP Monitor: War Consequences and a Possible Raw Material Embargo Dampen Profit Expectations
On 20 March, the government has lifted most of the coronavirus restrictions. However, lifting the restrictions has not eased the burden on the companies, as it was expected. Profit expectations, in particular, are dampened by the war in Ukraine.