Advisory Board for Internationalization

Teambild Beirat Internationalisierung
Photo: Tobias Hopfgarten

The Advisory Board for Internationalization was founded in December 2012 to pursue the effective implementation of the recommendations in the HRK Audit . The Board is comprised of the following members:

  1. Prof. Dr. Florian J. Schweigert, Vice-President for International Affairs and Fundraising
  2. Prof. Dr. Linder Juang, Internationalization Coordinator for the Human Sciences Faculty
  3. N.N., Internationalization Coordinator for the Faculty of Science; deputy: Dr. Franziska Ebert
  4. apl. Prof. Dr. Norman Weiß, Internationalization Coordinator for the Law Faculty; deputy: Prof. Anna Albrecht
  5. N.N., Internationalization Coordinator for the Faculty of Arts; deputy: Natascha Heinisch
  6. Prof. Dr. Fabian Schuppert, Internationalization Coordinator for the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences; deputy: Franziska Stimming
  7. Jun.-Prof. Robert Ranisch, Internationalization Coordinator for the Faculty of Health Sciences; deputy: Dr. Joschka Haltaufderheide
  8. Prof. Dr. Andreas Borowski, Director of the Center for Teacher Education and Educational Research, Center for Teacher Training and Education Research (ZeLB); deputy: Dr. Manuela Hackel
  9. Dr. Regina Neum-Flux, Director of the International Office; deputy: Larisa Subašić
  10. Dr. David Prickett, Director of the Center for Languages and Key Competences (Zessko); deputy: Christoph Lehker
  11.  Frederic Matthé, Center for Quality Development in Teaching and Learning (ZfQ), COIL Coordinator; deputy: Giovanni Fonseca
  12. Teresa Rodriguez, Division of Planning, Statistics, Research and Organization, EU research programs and international research cooperation; deputy: Dr. Xavier Palomares-Cano
  13. N.N., International Politics, General Students’ Committee
  14. Marita Böhning, Strategic Advisor to the Vice-President for International Affairs and Fundraising
  15. Alexander Knoth, external expert, DAAD, Digitalization Officer

The Advisory Board meets five times a year and is responsible for developing the University of Potsdam’s internationalization strategy as well as an implementation plan. The Board’s meetings also include consulting with external parties regarding current topics in the field of internationalization. The meetings are not public. However, the members of the Advisory Board report on the discussions and results in the committee meetings relevant to their area of expertise.

Contact

Strategic Advisor to the Vice-President for International Affairs and Fundraising

 

Campus Am Neuen Palais
Präsidialamt
Am Neuen Palais 10
14469 Potsdam