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How does integration work? A central question in times where thousands of refugees arrive in Germany every month. Certainly, it won’t work out if the newcomers remain among themselves, is what TUM student Jakob Nürnberger thinks. The student of Architecture has been living with underage refugees in a residential facility of Condrobs e.V. since the beginning of October.
Together with fellow students, TUM student Martin Schrimpf developed the app “Integreat”. The portal is supposed to provide an overview of local activities and offers for refugees. The app first went online in Augsburg at the end of November. In our interview, Schrimpf talks about the idea of digital integration.
Study regulations, new learning spaces, the “Semesterticket” – the student representatives had a lot to do in the winter semester 2015/16. Constantin Heffner is the new chairman of the Student Council.
What does our behavior in social networks have to do with how we see ourselves and our fellow human beings? The new issue of “fatum”-magazine covers this and many other exciting topics. This time, the magazine on Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society at TUM focuses on “Dreams and Truth”.
Would you like to work on exciting projects together with talented and dedicated fellow students? Take over real responsibility? And benefit from a strong network that will open up doors? If so, apply to the TUM’s “Junge Akademie” until February 14, 2016.
Mobility is one of the key issues of the future, especially in Munich and its surroundings. This is why the municipality of Munich has initiated a study on visions and long-term development prospects in public transport – an important part of which is an online survey. Take part in it!