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Previous Newsletter (before October 2012)

Dear students, we are just moving our newsletter to www.tum.de. Previous issues can be found in MyTUM portal: http://portal.mytum.de/ccc/newsletter/studierende/index_html

  • TUM-Vice President Prof. Regine Keller:

    "More student commons rooms"

    Portrait Regine Keller
    In the words of Prof. Regine Keller: “We need more common rooms for the students!”. As TUM Vice President for Student Affairs and Teaching and a qualified architect, she knows what she is talking about. What are her goals in the field of Student Affairs and Teaching? What importance does she attach to students’ opinions? Verena Meinecke interviewed Regine Keller for the TUMstudinews.
  • 260 scholarships to be awarded in 2012:

    Deutschlandstipendium National Scholarship Program at TUM

    Dr. Bernhard Frey, MAN Truck & Bus AG, Studentin Sabine Helm und TUM-Präsident Wolfgang A. Herrmann (v.l.n.r.)
    TUM will award 260 scholarships in 2012 as part of the National Scholarship program: the first batch will be awarded on the basis of the applications received at the start of the scholarship period on April 1, 2012 and the remainder will commence on October 1, 2012. As one of just a few universities in Germany, TUM can once again take full advantage of the legal maximum number of scholarships.
  • Not to be missed:

    Events, scholarships, competitions

    TUM Moodle app for iPhone, “LandschafftRessourcen”, Talk on education and international competitiveness, Mössbauer Commemorative Symposium, FameLab Germany, German National Merit Foundation, Prize for clearly-interpreted science, The City of Munich Academic Prize 2012, Bertha Benz Prize 2012, Interact 2012, Matlab (campus) licences
  • Experimenting, Researching, Understanding:

    TUMlab in the Deutsches Museum

    Schüler am Computer
    TUMlab, TU München’s student laboratory in the Deutsches Museum, gives children, teenagers, teachers and students the opportunity of literally “grasping” technology and research. They can immerse themselves in constructing, building, controlling and programming – hands-on science, in other words.