Crisis and crisis communication as an object of research: This is the subject of the internationally renowned U.S. communication scientist Prof. Dr. Timothy Coombs. As part of the HMKW lecture series about the topic of transformation, he provided insights into his field of research. The PR professor's online lecture captivated more than 130 students and lecturers.
Our partner university University of Lapland in Rovaniemi, Finland, is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its graphic design education this fall. Our Design Department head Prof. Dr. Markus Schröppel has been involved from the very beginning.
Jón Bjarki Magnússon, graduate and former lecturer of the M.A. Visual and Media Anthropology, has every reason to be happy: His film "Half Elf", which is based on his graduation film, is now available on Netflix! In this interview, he talks about the project and shares some important advice for young filmmakers.
Mike Terry, graduate of the master's program Visual and Media Anthropology, won an award at the Earth Futures Festival 2022 for his documentary "ROLA," which he produced with Dr. Marissa Betts. Terry developed and lecture the VMA course Space & Place since 2014. We spoke with him about the happy news and asked him what advice he has for future VMA graduates regarding creative projects.
We are very pleased to announce the publication of the new open access book "Gamification for Innovators & Entrepreneurs - Using Games to Drive Innovation and Facilitate Learning" by Prof. Dr. Henning Breuer (Department of Psychology at HMKW Berlin) and his colleagues John Bessant and Sune Gudiksen.
At the two-day TÜV Fit to Drive Conference 2022, following her talk, Prof. Dr. Eva-Maria Eick, site director of HMKW Cologne, discussed the question of a sensible level of vehicle autonomy in our traffic.
Max Beckmann, student of journalism in Berlin, is one of four lucky winners of a German scholarship for the coming academic year. How did he apply for the popular scholarship and what advice does he have for future applicants? That's what he tells us here.
In a series of five enrolment ceremonies for the winter semester 2022/23, the university management welcomed the prospective new students at the Berlin, Cologne and Frankfurt/Main campuses and gave an outlook on the new semester.