Ethnicity and Diversity Module Exam (Presentations)
One of the biggest obstacles in your studies is the effective management of your time and resources? After leaving high school, where most of your tasks and time were prescheduled for you by your teachers, you struggle with adapting to the liberties that come with studying at a university?
Fortunately, time management is a skill everyone can acquire and is not a talent you are born with. Our third workshop is thus designed to introduce you to a variety of different strategies, methods and approaches to successful time management.
Due to illness, the Secretariat has to remain closed until 10 January.
Picador Professor Paul La Farge will give a public reading at the English Theatre Berlin on Monday, January 9, at 7pm.
Survival International is a global NGO that supports tribal peoples around the world and helps them to defend their lives, protect their land, and determine their own future. Since their founding in 1969, Survival International has developed into a progressive global movement that makes public and battles the continuous injustices tribal people are experiencing worldwide. Survival’s Berlin office is currently looking for an intern in the field of press and public relations. The intern will gain insights into the workings of an international human rights organization and will be given the opportunity to actively help support the rights of indigenous peoples. The internship will begin in April 2017 and can be conducted part-time as well (2 or 4 days a week).
Dr. Herrmann's office hours on 2nd January will unfortunately have to be canceled.
Exam "Transatlantic Space" (Prof. Garrett): 27 March 2017
Exam "Graduate Colloquium" (Prof. Garrett): 20 March 2017