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Welcome day for new teachers


Fachhochschule Dortmund welcomed new lecturers with a welcome day. A team from the Institute for Higher Education Didactics and Perspective Management had put together an informative program at the Max-Ophüls-Platz and Sonnenstraße campuses.

Group photo on Welcome Day (top, from left): Prof. Dr. Dennis Hülsmann, Rector Prof. Dr. Tamara Appel, Prof. Henk Drees, Vice-Rector Prof. Dr. Stephan Weyers and (bottom, from left) Vice-Rector Prof. Dr. Jörg Thiem, Gerrida Vorster and Valérie Joussemet-Kuhlmann.

The new members were welcomed by Rector Prof. Dr. Tamara Appel and Prof. Dr. Stephan Weyers, Vice-Rector for Teaching and Studies. They encouraged the teaching staff to get to know each other and network across departments right from the start. As a small gift, they all received a freshly printed edition of the yearbook "Der Fächer" for good teaching, learning, knowledge transfer and cooperation at Fachhochschule Dortmund.

Insights into work areas

During the welcome day, which also included a joint lunch, the new teaching staff were given an insight into various areas of work. Dr. Angela an der Heiden and research assistants Lina Schmitz and Vincent Beringhoff presented the Institute for Higher Education Didactics. This ensures the quality of teaching and studies with a wide range of offers.

Other topics and areas were presented by Corinna Meier (organizational and perspective management), Andreas Salewski and Lutz Niehüser (university IT), Prof. Dr. Martin Hirsch (university didactic further education), Kim Veit (competence orientation in module descriptions) as well as Vice-Rector Prof. Dr. Jörg Thiem, Lukas Rehm and Barbara Bierfreund (research and transfer).

The new teachers

Notes and references

Photo credits

  • Fachhochschule Dortmund | Michael Milewski

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