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Award Winner 2018

Award winner 2017

For the first time the Teaching Award of Freie Universität Berlin goes to two projects: „Understanding University: The Rhetoric(s) of German Academia“, conceived by professor Anita Traninger, Isabelle Fellner, Oliver Gent and Angie Martiens, as well as „Molecular Diversity – Emergent Properties in Chemical Reactivity Networks“, developed by professor Beate Koksch and professor Christoph Schalley.

Award winner 2016

The Teaching Award of Freie Universität Berlin 2016 goes to the research-oriented teaching program “Digital Open Science” by Prof. Dr. Dirk Ostwald und Dr. Ulf Tölch, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience.

Award winner 2015

A teaching project that will take an interdisciplinary approach to introduce students to the current state of research in logic has been chosen to receive the 2015 Teaching Award of Freie Universität Berlin. The research-oriented course "Computational Metaphysics" was designed by computer scientist Dr. Christoph Benzmüller with two doctoral students, Max Wisniewski and Alexander Steen.

Award winner 2014

The project "Trans Pro Idee" - Translation von Projektideen in Forschungs- und Startup-Vorhaben („Translation of Project Ideas for Research and Start-Ups”) is awarded with the 2014 Teaching Award of Freie Universität Berlin. The project was developed by the Master student Leonard Urner and by the Professor of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry Rainer Haag.

Award winner 2013

The project "Remembrance and Public History – History Cultures in Israel and Germany" is awarded with the Teaching Award of Freie Universität Berlin 2013. The project was developed by the historian Prof. Dr. Martin Lücke.