"Career driver" for young researchers celebrates 10th anniversary
Giving young researchers the tools they need to gain a foothold in their careers – that has been the mission of the university’s Graduate Academy since 2011.
Starting signal for a marathon
The university is on its way to climate neutrality. Today, the project group presented the plan at an online event. Climate protection manager Anna Sarah Krämer is counting on the participation of all university members.more
Creating authentic music
Teaching, composing, organizing events – composer Violeta Dinescu has enriched musical life at the University of Oldenburg and far beyond for 25 years. Now she is retiring. An encounter in spring 2019.more
Expedition into the world of country doctors
From child protection to palliative care: at Oldenburg University's General Practice Summer School, 25 medical students from all over Germany are gaining insights into the varied working life of general practitioners.more
One card, many functions
Featuring numerous functions – including staff ID card, electronic time tracking, building access and electronic payments – the new CampusCard brings many advantages for its users. What changes with the new card, and how does it work?more
Citizen scientists welcome!
Thomas Badewien from the ICBM is receiving a lot of calls from tourists and beach walkers at present. He explains in an interview what this is all about and what role the participation of members of the public plays in research.more
Researchers from around the world
The University of Oldenburg is international. Here we introduce people from all over the world who have chosen to come to Oldenburg. The following academics are guests at our university to conduct research on various topics.more
Work during the pandemic
The pandemic changed the everyday working lives of many university employees. In February, the Presidential Board and the Staff Council surveyed the current work experience. There was great interest in the survey, the results are revealing.more
Learning from each other
From research on water splitting to riding bikes: Thanks to a Humboldt Research Fellowship, the chemist Mandana Amiri is currently working at the university’s Institute of Chemistry – and also enjoying a typical Oldenburg lifestyle.more
Practical courses in pandemic times
University students don't just learn in lectures and seminars; they also study in the laboratory, in schools or in concert halls. Six examples highlight what can be achieved despite Covid.
(Winter Semester 2019/20)
study spaces in the university library
Who is new in which subject?
An overview of newly appointed professors in chronological order.
International researchers in Oldenburg
International students in Oldenburg:
"It feels like a second home"
Microbiology at the University of Oldenburg