With our Stereotype Photo Quiz you can let your spontaneous thoughts run wild and guess what some of our HHU members are studying, researching, working on and get to know how diverse they are. On our homepage you can find this Quiz and many more exercises, games and training opportunities: https://www.diversity.hhu.de/en/assistance-and-learning.
We are looking forward to the start of the third DiverseCity Conference of the city of Düsseldorf and the Völklinger Kreis.
Until Thursday you can register for the buddy program 1st Generation @HHU! Especially for Junior-Buddies we still have capacities. Have a look under www.diversity.hhu.de/studium.
Following this link you can subscribe to our newsletter. There we will inform you about Diversity news at the HHU by e-mail at irregular intervals.
On 25th and 26th of November 2019 the Coordination Office Diversity will be offering a Diversity Training, open for all interested employees and students of HHU. Here you can find more information.
Young scientists of all five HHU faculties have submitted their picture entries in the "pART of Research" calendar competition. The motto of the current call was "Creative through Diversity. Of 19 entries, twelve images were selected by 1000 voters and will now be printed in the "pART of Research" - calendar 2020 of Heine Research Academies.
From 15 October 2019 the calendar is available free of charge for all interested parties at Heine Research Academies (iGRAD, medRSD, philGRAD and JUNO), the HHU Diversity Coordination Office and at the House of the University in the city center.
The Diversity Coordination Office needs you! Do you have wishes or suggestions for teaching, do you need certain support measures or do you see potential for improvement in dealing with certain student groups on campus? Take part in our survey! We ask all students to give their opinion about teaching at the HHU, no matter how small a note may seem to you. Here is the link to the survey.
Since the summer semester 2019 the HHU has a new buddy program, organized by the Diversity Coordination Office. This programme supports first and second semester students who are the first in their families to take up university studies by matching them with senior peers.
Following the official welcoming of the new freshmen by the university president, all central institutions will present themselves at an information bazaar in the foyer of the auditorium centre. The institutions will be present a wide range of information and advice to the freshmen. We will also be there and will inform you about our projects, like the Buddy program 1st Generation @ HHU!