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Press Releases in 2001

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    19 December 2001
  • Seven Grants for International MCB Students
    C.H.S. Foundation and the German Academic Exchange Service award grants to seven students on the international Master's course in Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Heidelberg
  • 17 December 2001

  • Generous Donation from USA for New Hall of Residence in Heidelberg
    $ 450,000 from the American Max Kade Foundation — Shortage of accommodation for students has peaked this term
  • 8 December 2001

  • Hope, Wisdom, Genius
    Honorary senator Manfred Lautenschläger: "I see the triad of hope, wisdom and the genius of science and scholarship as symbolic of a special kind of tradition. And I would like this prize to be part of that tradition." The speech by the donor of the Lautenschläger Research Prize at the presentation ceremony
  • 4 December 2001

  • Prominence for Universally Acclaimed Beacons of Excellence
    Rector Peter Hommelhoff's interview with the Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung newspaper — Comparisons with US invidious / Interviewer: Heribert Vogt
  • 3 December 2001

  • Incentive Budgeting at the University of Heidelberg
    Green light University Council for new budgeting model — Incentives for departments: resource allocation coupled to performance — Central element of the "Impulse" budget reform process — In force as of 1 January 2002




    5 September 2001
  • Prof. Dr. Johanna Stachel awarded Lautenschläger Research Prize
    Prof. Dr. Johanna Stachel, Director of the Institute of Physics of the University of Heidelberg, is the first recipient of the new Lautenschläger Research Prize of the University of Heidelberg — The prestigious prize is to be awarded every two years and with a value of 500,000 marks is one of the best-endowed research awards in Germany







    29 March 2001
  • Exhibition: Famous Alumni of the University of Heidelberg
    Exhibition at the University Library presents famous former Heidelberg students — Illustrious names ranging from Hannah Arendt and Hilde Domin to Helmut Kohl and Golo Mann
  • 22 March 2001

  • New Film: Studying in Heidelberg
    Multi-media project by Deutsche Welle advertising places to study in Germany - Project supported by the Standing Conference of German University Rectors, German Student Exchange Programme and the Donors' Association for the Promotion of the Sciences and Humanities in Germany
  • 14 March 2001

  • Research Magazine "Ruperto Carola 1/2001": Hope for Alzheimer Patients
    New research projects from the University of Heidelberg in the latest issue — Title story by Tobias Hartmann and Konrad Bayreuther of the Molecular Biology Centre on new hope for Alzheimer patients — Other topics: Preventing child violence — Rites and rituals: a cross-cultural comparison — How 200 billion neurons make a brain — A research project on the economics of health in Burkina Faso — Long-term collaborative research project "Controlling Tropical Diseases"
  • 12 March 2001

  • Heidelberg at the CeBIT Fair — "med.Live", the Multi-Media Medical Library
    Central coordination in the hands of the University of Heidelberg — System revolves round an Internet-based multi-media knowledge base as a further-education platform for medics — Project on show at CeBIT 2001 (Hall 16, B 35)
  • 9 March 2001

  • Dr. Michael Frank New Honorary Senator of the University of Heidelberg
    Rector Prof. Dr. Jürgen Siebke confers title of Honorary Senator on former Senior Vice President of Deere & Company — "The University of Heidelberg has benefited greatly from Dr. Michael Frank's help and advice and his long-standing commitment to its concerns."
  • 8 March 2001

  • Walther von der Vogelweide on the World Wide Web
    All miniatures from the Codex Manesse now on the Internet — Document equal in rank to the Nibelungenlied manuscript



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