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MSc GCE Welcomes New Coordinator

In addition to 28 new students, the MSc Global Change Ecology program welcomed a new coordinator this winter semester!

Sylvia Sprödhuber has joined Stephanie Thomas in GCE Coordination as a successor to former coordinator Anja Jaeschke. Sylvia additionally works as a coordinator of the Bayreuth-Melbourne Colloid/Polymer Network in the International Office at the University of Bayreuth. Previously she was already employed as the Chair of Marketing and member of the management team of the Bayreuth Economic Congress at the University of Bayreuth.

In addition to her career experience, Sylvia brings with her to the GCE department interest in the varying perspectives of different disciplines which are captured in the GCE program. She describes herself as “a great friend of multidiscplinarity” and finds this aspect one of the most appealing attributes of the elite international GCE curriculum.

Sylvia Sprödhuber, Global Change Ecology Coordinator

Sylvia looks forward to becoming familiar with the diverse range of tasks involved in her position and especially connecting with the students which, admittedly, is not easy under the current Covid-19 restrictions. She is enthusiastic about her core duties involving working with and supporting students and the GCE family is excited to welcome her.

Global Change Ecology

Author: Global Change Ecology

Global Change Ecology M.Sc. is devoted to understanding and analyzing the most important and consequential environmental concern of the 21st century; namely, Global Change. Problems of an entirely new and interdisciplinary nature require the establishment of innovative approaches in research and education. A special program focus is the linking of natural science perspectives on global change with approaches in social science disciplines.
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