UEber den Tellerrand is a new series of events at the University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) and discusses diverse and exciting topics of our time in monthly evening lectures. The kick-off event on the topic of "Delir - when light becomes medicine" will take place on 22 June at 6 pm in the UE Audimax.
"At UE, we deal with so many exciting topics from a wide variety of fields such as psychology, economics to health, which we now want to bring out of the seminar rooms and to the people," explains Jessica Barthel, press officer at UE. "The topics our lecturers and cooperation partners deal with are as diverse as our programmes. We want to share this knowledge, so we are opening our doors and cordially inviting you to our Audimax," Barthel continues.
The first lectures in the series will address questions such as: "What can artificial intelligence do for our well-being?", "Can the joy of learning be learned?" and "Does the male soul tick differently?" When theory meets practice, everyone can have their say and discuss together.
Admission is free of charge. Registration is not required. The venue is the Audimax of the UE Campus, Reiterweg 26b, 58636 Iserlohn. Parking spaces are available.
22 June, 6 p.m.
"Delir - when light becomes medicine",
Günter Hohensee, Key Account Manager Sleep & Respiratory Care Strategic Partnerships, PHILIPS Hamburg & Statement by Joschka Harmeling, UE Student
13 July, 6 pm
"Male depression: does the male soul suffer differently?",
Dr. Patrick Debbelt, Medical Director of the LWL Clinic Hemer
17 August, 6 pm
"Self-exploitation in the modern world of work - how employers and employees find the balance", Prof. Dr. Ingo Bildstein, UE
14 September, 6 p.m.
"Joy of learning - a paradoxical notion? From theory to practice",
Dr Janina Hülsebusch, UE & Statement Leonard Krause, UE Student