Faculty of Communication and Environment

NEWS

12/01/2021

Apply now - for next semester

Rhine-Waal University’s online application portal is now open and accepting applications for enrolment in summer semester 2022. Prospective students can submit their applications for our master’s degree programmes and the bachelor’s degree in Environment and Energy, B.Sc. until 15 January 2022. The application deadline applies to all applicants regardless of country of origin who intend to commence their studies in the upcoming summer semester, which begins officially in March 2022. Infos

12/01/2021

Master for Me? - Information on Master Dregree Programmes

Master, or not? Our Student Advisory Service as well as our Career Service and faculty staff members are looking forward to giving you all the information you need to make your choice. So join us on December 6, 2018 in Kamp-Lintfort!

11/23/2021

Flash analysis of speed camera data

Once again, numerous students of the Bachelor degree programmes "Media Computing" and "E-Government" of the Faculty of Communication and Environment took part in the annual internal computer science competition for freshmen. E-Government student Sarah Schmitz was able to prevail against all fellow students and won first place.

11/22/2021

Read Aloud Day on Kamp-Lintfort Campus

The Faculty of Communication and Environment was very happy to welcome Kamp-Lintfort’s schoolchildren in person again for the nationwide 18th Read Aloud Day – even if they had to wear masks, and follow different safety rules.

11/12/2021

Don't forget to register for your exams

Please make sure that you register for all examinations you would like to take in the January/February 2022 examination period between November 15 - 28, 2021Infos

 

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DEAN’S OFFICE

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
10:00 am - 12:15 pm
Monday - Thursday
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm
and by appointment

Upcoming Events

12/07/21   7:00 pm

STUDIUM GENERALE

Aus Rest mach neu – Potentiale von Biomasseüberschüssen am Beispiel des BIVAC-Projektes

Überschüssige Biomasse gibt es überall, im Haushalt, aber auch in der Industrie oder der Landbewirtschaftung. Oft wird sie nicht benötigt, sogar aufwändig entsorgt. Ließen sich Kreisläufe da nicht besser schließen, sogar neue Produkte entwickeln?

Dr. Britta Brands | Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Drittmittelprojekt "BIVAC" an der Hochschule Rhein-Waal

Prof. Dr. Matthias Kleinke | Professor für Umwelttechnik an der Hochschule Rhein-Waal

12/08/21   2:00 pm

Master for Me?

Informationsveranstaltung zum Master-Studium

Master or not? What are the advantages of a Master degree on the job market? Which degree program can I study and which one matches my expetations?

Many Bachelor students and graduates have these questions on their mind.

12/09/21   10:00 am

Start-up Simulation Game #3

English
For HSRW students and employees

Dive into the world of a start-up entrepreneur!

Get a feeling of how start-up functions! TOPSIM-Startup, is a start-up business simulation game, which simulates a surfboard manufacturing company.

Learn step by step about processes, which are going on in almost every start-up company:

12/14/21   7:00 pm

STUDIUM GENERALE

Kaffeesatz & Co. – vermeintlicher Abfall oder wertvolles Zwischenprodukt?

Svenja Erfkämper und Sandra Neuhäuser | Gründerinnen der „Ringelbox“ und Studentinnen an der Hochschule Rhein-Waal

Prof. Dr. Petra Blitgen-Heinecke | Professorin für Verfahrenstechnik, regionale Stoffströme nachhaltig gestalten an der Hochschule Rhein-Waal

01/11/22   7:00 pm

STUDIUM GENERALE

Essenskunst: 3D-Druck in der Lebensmittelzubereitung

Campus Kleve

Prof. Dr. William Megill | Professor für Bionik mit dem Schwerpunkt Sensorik und Robotik an der Hochschule Rhein-Waal

Die Hochschule Rhein-Waal bietet mit dem Studium Generale regelmäßig eine Vortragsreihe, die sich an alle Bürger*innen, Studierende, Schüler*innen, Mitarbeiter*innen sowie Wissenschaftsinteressierte der Region richtet.

Weitere Informationen zum Programm folgen in Kürze.