REGIONAL GROUP BERLIN
With a small group of DAAD scholarship holders, we’ve met in the north-west of Berlin for our guided tour with Stefan Zollhauser about mobility, sustainable energy, and urban green space. The weather was perfect, we were eager to ask questions, so that the conditions couldn’t be better.
Each month we invite 1 to 2 scholarship holders to present their work on one of the 17 goals. For approximately 30 minutes they can talk about their research in English or German and afterwards we talk about its details and implications.
What do we learn from the pandemic?
What do we learn for the future from the current Corona Crisis? And
particularly so in respect of international exchange and cooperation?
I remember that in the seventies the famous Club of Rome, after having warned the
world about the “Limits to Growth”, published a book with the title “No limits to
learning – in Germany titled as “Die Zukunft des Lernens”.
Am 2. Oktober stattete eine Gruppe von 13 Stipendiatinnen und Stipendiaten (Studierende der Architektur, aber auch anderer Disziplinen) und 3 Alumni des Freundeskreises Berlin der Bauhaus-Stadt Dessau einen Tagesbesuch ab.
Graffitis can be found everywhere in Berlin, but on this exciting tour, a group of scholars discovered the different street art styles and the backgrounds of this culture.
On Saturday, July 25 in the afternoon the Regionalgruppe Berlin staged an impro show in front of about 30 people, most of them being DAAD-students. Thus DAAD-students performed for DAAD-students. A number of formats were played in German and English
On Sunday the 26th of January 2020 twelve participants could make a new experience with the discipline of 'Eisstockschiessen', a middle European form of curling. The attendees were soon deepened into the game and time flied.
200 years ago, Fontane visited the Spreewald in a touristic excursion. 11 scholars and 3 alumni were following the steps of this writer to explore the unique landscape with its numerous water ways and special culture. Like the writer we visited Lübbenau, Leipe and Lehde.
Regional Group Freiburg
How and why do we celebrate Christmas in Germany? We will discuss the various rituals around Christmas in Germany and other countries while baking cookies.
Regional Group Dresden
Learn more about Dresden and our trip to the Hygiene Museum. Planned as a "Museum about mankind" it focusses on basic questions that concern every single one of us.