Key handover at "Lab4u" - a zdi student laboratory in Oberhausen

Oberhausen's Lord Mayor Daniel Schranz (right), University President Prof. Dr.-Ing. Susanne Staude and Prof. Dr. Uwe Handmann, photo: Kerstin Bögeholz/HRW

Preparations for the opening of the zdi school laboratory in Oberhausen are underway. This week there was a key handover with all donors.

Cooperation between school and university - digital education in focus

Back row (from left to right): Thorsten Kluger (Deputy Headmaster), Maik Bäumer (Head of Administration Anne Frank High School), Prof. Dr.-Ing. Petra Rolfes-Gehrmann, Prof. Dr. Peter Britz, Prof. Dr.-Ing Jens Spirgatis (Department Hamm 2, HSHL) Front row (from left to right): Marcel Damberg (Principal), Prof. Dr. Klaus Zeppenfeld (HSHL President)

The Anne-Frank-Gymnasium Werne and the Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Sciences recently sealed their partnership with a cooperation agreement, thus strengthening the MINT profile and the digital education of the grammar school. Principal Marcel Damberg and HSHL President Professor Dr. Klaus Zeppenfeld agreed on the joint support of students, especially in the MINT subject areas. In this way, the university gives high school students the opportunity to visit the zdi student laboratory on the Hamm campus regularly. Concrete offers for study orientation, such as taster courses, guest lectures or university tours are agreed individually between the partners. With this collaboration, the Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Sciences is entering into its 19th school partnership. "Cooperation with schools is very important to us, because we want to show the potential of MINT at an early stage and inspire students and teachers alike," says Zeppenfeld. The fact that the "M" in "MINT" - mathematics - is an integral part of all of this was made clear...