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The Bavarian Academic Forum.

 

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The Bavarian Academic Forum.

 

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Born in Erlangen, in 1904 Emmy Noether was one of the first female students to be enrolled at the Friedrich-Erlangen-Universität in Erlangen, studied mathematics and was the first fully matriculated woman to earn her doctorate there in 1907. She is considered a co-founder of modern algebra.
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On 8 November 1895, the 50-year old physician Conrad Röntgen (meaning X-ray in German and soon became its namesake), discovered X-rays in his laboratory at the University of Würzburg. This earned him the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1901. His discovery revolutionised medical diagnostics among others and led to discoveries such as radioactivity. Röntgen died on 10 February 1923 in Munich.

Expert Forum "Verbundpromotion"

Our Expert Forum for Consortial Doctorates sets new standards for cooperative doctorates: The currently eleven BayWISS Joint Academic Partnerships are subject-specific platforms and networks for both young and experienced researchers alike, and strengthen the culture of academic exchange between Bavarian universities and universities of applied sciences.

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Expert Forum Strategy and Networking

Expert Forum Strategy & Networking

In the Expert Forum Strategy and Networking we address new university-wide topics, organise colloquiums and create working groups from which new expert forums may arise. Our thematic annual colloquium unites universities, political actors and society to discuss issues we will face in the future.

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The Bavarian Academic Forum – BayWISS is the cooperation platform for all eleven universities and 19 universities of applied sciences (HAWs) in Bavaria as well as the Hochschule für Philosophie München (Munich School of Philosophy). We create new and subject-specific joint university networks and new spaces for bold ideas, as well as strengthening research, teaching and further training.

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Expert Forum for Consortial Doctorates: The annual report 2019

The annual report of the Expert Forum for Consortial Doctorates 2019 is now online! Following a comprehensive overview, you can read the short reports of the then ten BayWISS Joint Academic Partnerships, in which 170 doctoral candidates and 278 professors were active by the cut-off date on 1 December 2019. Conveniently read online or download here.

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Tips and links for creating digital teaching formats

On this page, we want to collate the best that our network has to offer in the field of digital teaching. Thanks to expert websites of our member universities and partners, we have found a few things that may help teachers during times of corona. But we strive for more! Please send us your comments and suggestions via email to digitale-lehre.ag@baywiss.de – we will then include this as soon as possible.

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Collaboration in Digital Teaching

Dear faculty and everybody involved in teaching at our universities! In times of corona, we will support you in drawing up a joint digital curriculum with specialist colleagues across Bavaria, so as to reduce your preparation time and to better achieve common goals. If we have awakened your interest in sharing digital teaching materials with colleagues: Use the platform of the Virtuelle Hochschule Bayern (Virtual University Bavaria)(this enables students to view these offers too).

If you do not want to publish your materials for all students throughout Bavaria, but prefer to only share them with colleagues or even to co-develop lectures, then please use our input mask for sharing.  #strongertogether