The aim of the Newcomers’ Club is to help new employees gain a foothold at Martin Luther University. Something similar is already on offer for graduates and undergraduates.
© Josefine Alarich
03.12.2014 in Study and Teaching, Miscellaneous

Welcome to the club: a network for newbies

Employees and professors who are new to Martin Luther University don’t get a freshers party - at best, they are actively supported at their work place. However, at the end of the workday, these newcomers usually have to fend for themselves. This is now set to change. In November, 25 members of the university founded the Newcomers’ Club. Read more

“13th Long Night of the Sciences: Da Vinci robot and the World Cup host Brazil.
© Maike Glöckner
05.07.2014 in Study and Teaching, Miscellaneous, Campus

13th Long Night of the Sciences: Da Vinci robot and the World Cup host Brazil

Science and football can live in harmony, as proven by the 13th annual Long Night of the Sciences in Halle which took place on 4 July. Visitors came sporadically at the beginning, but then, after a jubilant quarterfinal match, thousands came until the wee hours of the morning for a “research adventure”. For the first time more than 350 events were held. These were organised by the university along with many research institutes and the city of Halle Read more

Medical student Thakur Acharya (left) is one of the beneficiaries of the HauS Association. From right to left: board members Prof. Dr. Bernd Fischer, Christina Begenau, Johann Hinrich Witzel and Dr. Margarete Wein.
© Maike Glöckner
30.06.2014 in Study and Teaching, Campus

Help for students in need

For 20 years the association “Hilfe für ausländische Studierende e. V.” (HauS) has been active in helping students from around the world who have found themselves in a pinch through no fault of their own. Two students from the Ukraine and Nepal explain how the charity helped them by providing not only money, but also assurance. Read more

Heiner Lück, presenting a print of the Sachsenspiegel. Guido Kisch already researched this law book.
© Michael Deutsch
19.11.2013 in Study and Teaching, People, Featured, Campus

Unforgotten injustice

Guido Kisch and Heiner Lück are connected by more than just the fact that Lück has held Kisch’s former chair at the University of Halle for nearly 20 years. Since his time as a student, Lück has been examining the biography of the Jewish legal scholar who was a professor in Halle for eleven years until he was banned from his profession in 1933. Today Kisch’s family are friends with Heiner Lück. Read more

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