June 30th, 2011: A day presented by the AvH Foundation and the MK as a part of the 625th Anniversary Festival Week

"Bridging the Gaps Between Cultures and Disciplines"

The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH) and the Marsilius Kolleg are pleased to present the following events to celebrate the Heidelberg University's 625th Anniversary.


The buzzwords »international« und »interdisciplinary« are a part of almost any discussion on higher education policy. Using concrete examples, academics from many different areas will discuss the role that these play in their research and what inter-relationships they observe.


The general public is invited to attend the following the following events:

"The Future University: Bridging the Gaps Between Cultures and Disciplines"

Panel Discussion with Alexander von Humboldt Foundation fellows and award winners as well as members of the Marsilius Kolleg.

Thursday June 30th, 2011, 10am in the BioQuant Building (Im Neuenheimer Feld 267, 69120 Heidelberg)


"Isotopes and ancient teeth: a new window on the human past"

Marsilius Lecture with Prof. Dr. T. Douglas Price, University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA).

Thursday June 30th, 2011, 4pm in the Alte Aula, Heidelberg University (Grabengasse 1, 69117 Heidelberg)

For the live recording of the Marsilius Lecture please follow this link.


Program of events: "Bridging the Gaps Between Cultures and Disciplines"


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