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  • Brewing and Beverage Technology:

    More than just beer

    Familientradition: Nadja von Nessen studiert Brau- und Getränketechnologie an der TUM in Weihenstephan. Schon als Kind stand ihr Berufswunsch fest. (Foto: Barbara Wankerl)
    Weihenstephan is a place where beer is being brewed since the Middle Ages. No wonder that the historic site is a home to one of the oldest faculties focusing on Brewing: In 2015, the faculty celebrated its 150th anniversary. We talked to Nadja von Nessen – who is in the second semester of her Master's studies – asking her what, in her opinion, makes this course of studies so special.
  • Press manager Florian Schorer:

    TUM goes G7

    Loisachtaler beim G7-Gipfel: TUM-Student Florian Schorer war als Pressebetreuer in Elmau. Die Lederhose ist ein Erbstück seines Großvaters. (Foto: Andreas Heddergott)
    Directly involved: Only few people were able to be as close to the G7 summit at Schloss Elmau at the beginning of June as Florian Schorer. The TUM student was allowed to work in the press center of the G7 meeting and to represent the region. In an interview with TUMstudinews-reporter Sabrina Czechofsky, he reports about his impressions and tells us whose hands he shook at the summit.
  • SSZ-Hotline:

    Phone-support by Johanna Laenge

    How to apply for a course of studies correctly? Who can provide help concerning the TUMonline-account? Sometimes, studying does pose some difficulties – but, fortunately, the Student Service Centre (SSZ) has a telephone-hotline. Here, students provide quick and hassle-free advice for other students, without you having to wait or to try and find out who might be responsible.  Johanna Laenge, who has been doing the job for several months now, describes her job.
  • Project "Hospiz macht Schule":

    Taking a limousine into afterlife

    Vor dem Tod keine Angst haben: Verena Heinrich studiert Medizin an der TUM und engagiert sich bei "Hospiz macht Schule". (Foto: Maren Willkomm)
    No one likes to talk about dying and death – but it's something Verena Heinrich does in her spare time. The TUM student does volunteer work for the project "Hospiz macht Schule", initiated by the network of hospices and palliative institutions in the district of Munich. Together with other volunteers, she visits schools and talks to the school pupils about the last phase of life.
  • Fog catchers in Morocco:

    Small steps to make the world a better place

    Belinda Fleischmann vom Enactus-Projekt "Nebelfänger" in Marokko: "Die gesamte Wertschöpfung soll im Land bleiben." (Foto: Maren Willkomm)
    Harvesting water from fog – this is what eight students of the TU München focus on. Not in Germany, where water comes from the tap, but in southern Morocco. In this region of Africa, water supplies are often scarce. Belinda Fleischmann, the group's spokesperson, tells us how they are planning to distribute the water and what is important to them in doing so.