They flew to Kilimanjaro, the airport in Tanzania. They then took a four-hour drive in a car to reach Longido, the land of the Massai. 13 students, two lecturers and a doctor were with the Massai in Tanzania from the 2nd to the 24th of September 2014, to expand schools that had already been built
The international diversity festival kicked off in Burg on 22 September, under the motto ‘Finding common ground … Celebrating differences’ – and students of the university played an active part in the opening ceremony. Viridiana Corral Martinez (ISS) delivered a presentation about her native country of Mexico, Reby Isaac (ISS) performed an Indian dance and
Ten students – four Americans, two Indonesians, two Russians and two Ukrainians – want to learn German for very different reasons. Some of the Americans have German forefathers and relatives living in Germany. All of them have enrolled in the ACA (‘Adventist Colleges Abroad’) programme, and receive academic credits for the course. The month of
There is a close connection between Berlin’s Waldfriede hospital and the Friedensau Adventist University. In historical terms, this bond was based on the Friedensau sisterhood. Today, it is nurtured by the BA course in health and nursing sciences. This course is offered as a dual degree course by the hospital and the university. So naturally,
For the sixth time, the Friedensau Adventist University opened up its lecture halls on 15.08.2014 and turned itself into a children’s university, which made it possible for children in the age group of 7-11 years to get a glimpse of the world of research and discovery. Dr Johannes Hartlapp and Tobias Koch (Ass. Jur.), who
From 12 August onwards, Friedensau welcomed about 550 participants to this year’s G’Camp. The spokesman for the convention was Gary Krause, the head of the Adventist Mission, which is a department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The services of Pastor Miki Jovanovic from Munich were obtained for the Youth Special, which took place after the
Dr Hermann Onko Aeikens visited Friedensau on 21 July 2014 to familiarise himself with the site’s energy concept. During a relaxed stroll through the venue and the campus of the Adventist University, Chancellor Roland Nickel and technical manager Rüdiger Schröter explained the energy supply concept, which makes use of three combined heat and power plants.
The university-certified advanced training programme of the Friedensau Adventist University, which is conducted in collaboration with the clinic at the Pfeiffersche Stiftungen (Pfeiffer’s disease foundation) in Magdeburg, began on 10.7. 18 team leaders and up-and-coming managers got together for a discussion that dealt with the theme of project management. The university-certified advanced training programme was
This week is exam week and we wish every student concentration and calmness and after that motivation for preparing papers and theses. Besides, we hope you will have time for rest and relaxation.
At the beginning of this week the College welcomed on the invitation of the Rector, Hartmut Möllring the Minister of Science and Education of the State of Saxony-Anhalt. The Minister was impressed on the ambient of the university, which he could discover in a tour of the campus by the Rector Friedbert Ninow and the Chancellor
New Publication on Valuegenesis Europe We are pleased to present to the public the research findings of a large-scale survey among approximately 6,000 Adventist young people in 17 European countries: Valuegenesis Europe. With its nine articles, this special issue of the journal Spes Christiana evaluates the answers of youth to more than 300 questions about