RWTH: RWTH honors its doctoral anniversaries

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With strong applause, jubilarian Dr. Dorothee Bonnenberg received when she was invited onto the stage in the auditorium of the RWTH main building by Professor Bernd Markert, Rectorate representative for RWTH alumni and moderator of the doctoral anniversary. In 1970, Dorothee Bonnenberg was the first woman to do her doctorate in electrical engineering at the RWTH and now accepted her renewal certificate for the golden doctoral anniversary from RWTH Rector Professor Ulrich Rüdiger.

It was one of the particularly emotional moments characteristic of doctoral anniversaries. About 110 doctoral jubilarians, 27 of them gold jubilarians, accepted the Rector’s invitation to come to Aachen. In addition to memories and retrospectives, the rector took advantage of the moment to give the guests an understanding of today’s university and to show perspectives for the future of RWTH.With strong applause, jubilarian Dr. Dorothee Bonnenberg received when she was invited onto the stage in the auditorium of the RWTH main building by Professor Bernd Markert, Rectorate representative for RWTH alumni and moderator of the doctoral anniversary. In 1970, Dorothee Bonnenberg was the first woman to do her doctorate in electrical engineering at the RWTH and now accepted her renewal certificate for the golden doctoral anniversary from RWTH Rector Professor Ulrich Rüdiger.

With strong applause, jubilarian Dr. Dorothee Bonnenberg received when she was invited onto the stage in the auditorium of the RWTH main building by Professor Bernd Markert, Rectorate representative for RWTH alumni and moderator of the doctoral anniversary. In 1970, Dorothee Bonnenberg was the first woman to do her doctorate in electrical engineering at the RWTH and now accepted her renewal certificate for the golden doctoral anniversary from RWTH Rector Professor Ulrich Rüdiger.

It was one of the particularly emotional moments characteristic of doctoral anniversaries. About 110 doctoral jubilarians, 27 of them gold jubilarians, accepted the Rector’s invitation to come to Aachen. In addition to memories and retrospectives, the rector took advantage of the moment to give the guests an understanding of today’s university and to show perspectives for the future of RWTH.

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