University of Bremen: The university foundation and trust foundations support 16 projects

The Board of Trustees of the University of Bremen Foundation supports 16 new projects together with the trust foundations. They receive funds worth around 60,000 euros. Topics include Bremen’s colonial past, climate protection, climate justice and cross-border literature.
“Again this year, we received many innovative and courageous ideas that university scientists would like to implement,” said the rector and chairman of the board of trustees of the university foundation, Professor Bernd Scholz-Reiter. “They show that research is being carried out on relevant issues in Bremen. “I am pleased that, thanks to the great commitment of our founders and the honorary board of trustees, we can contribute to making this even more successful.”

We were looking for transfer-oriented projects that make a contribution to sustainable development or strengthening social cohesion and provide an impetus for solving current problems – expressly also in the areas of equal opportunities, medicine/health and sustainability/climate protection. The following projects will be funded this year:

Professor Claudio Franzius: Jubilee Conference of the Association of Constitutional Law Teachers (Foundation of the University of Bremen, Manfred and Ursula Fluss Foundation)
Dr. _ Georgia Gödecke: Talk show/scientific communication about foreign language didactics/research (Foundation of the University of Bremen)
Professor Sabine Doff/ Dr. Uwe Spörl: “Poetry alternatives for Germany. Bremen’s contributions to contemporary cultural education” (Foundation of the University of Bremen)
Dr. _ Norman Aselmeyer: Remembrance: Bremen and the legacy of European colonialism (workshop and publication) (Dr. Heino Rose Foundation)
Tobias Dietrich: Lecture series: Critical Porn Studies – Artistic-media positions and new perspectives (Foundation of the University of Bremen)
Prof. Dr. Aseem Kinra: Workshops on Supply Chain Resilience of Manufacturing Companies in Bremen (Bremen SCR) (Manfred and Ursula Fluss Foundation)
Professor Andreas Hepp: Conference DGPuK “Automation of Communication and Automated Media: Challenges for Communication and Media Studies” (Foundation of the University of Bremen, Manfred and Ursula Fluss Foundation)
dr Denis Pijetlovic: Online course of the Virtual Academy of Sustainability on the topic: Climate protection & climate justice (Foundation of the University of Bremen)
Stefan Königstein: Ocean Limited – The Game for the Seas (Foundation of the University of Bremen, Dr. Heino Rose Foundation)
Dr. _ Detta Sophie Schütz: ZDL School Target-Oriented Dialogic Reading (Dr. Heino Rose Foundation)
Luisa Rebecka Meyer: Strategy development for a resource-saving search for new, bioactive substances (Iris and Hartmut Jürgens Foundation – Chance for a new life)
Professor Karen Struve and Elisabeth Arend: global° festival for cross-border literature: literary blog and reading (Foundation of the University of Bremen)
Jolina Paulssen: Determinants of Alpha Diversity in Forests (Iris and Hartmut Jürgens Foundation – Chance for a New Life)
Inga Labuhn: Sustainable use of energy for buildings – A case study on the energy consumption of the University of Bremen to identify energy saving potential (KELLNER & STOLL – FOUNDATION FOR CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT)
dr Margrit E. Kaufmann: Making criminal offenses motivated by prejudice visible against persons marked as “foreign” in Bremen (Foundation of the University of Bremen)
dr Eva Schöck-Quinteros: 18th project in the series “From the files to the stage”/Chile (Manfred and Ursula Fluss Foundation, Iris and Hartmut Jürgens Foundation – chance for a new life
By the end of March, 22 applications for funding from scientists at the University of Bremen with an application volume of around 90,000 euros had been received in response to the call for proposals by the University of Bremen Foundation in January. The foundations consult together once a year on the projects applied for, taking into account their own priorities and funding strategies.

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