The SIMP-SON team, in cooperation with Ms. Grit Voigt, Dipl.-Phil., ISP Coordinator of the faculty, presents a digital photo vernissage of photographs submitted by German and international students of the FEM on July 1st at 19:00 - 20:30 via Zoom.
Zoom participants will vote on the winners (5 prizes), our photographers will present their pictures and chat with you, and maybe even enjoy a song or two from a local singer-songwriter we have invited exclusively for the event.
This event is a preparation of an international photo exhibition in building 22, FEM, part A, which will take place in October 2020. Although the photo exhibition will be digital due to the coronavirus pandemic, we will print, frame, and hang the photos professionally.
Do not miss this extraordinary international event!
We look forward to spending an evening of entertainment with all of you!
Meeting-ID: 925 7384 5547
Your opinion and feedback on the courses offered by FEM teaching staff is very important to us. Once per semester, students have the opportunity to evaluate all courses and lecturers at FEM. For this, we use the online platform Eval.uni.
Duration of the online evaluation: until Saturday, July 4th 2020, 11.59 PM.
On June 22nd all students of the Faculty of Economics and Management received an invitation, along with an individual access code, to participate in the end-of-semester teaching evaluation. Please check your student email account (Your.Name@st.ovgu.de). In case you did not receive an invitation, or if you are a student of a different faculty who has attended FEM courses, please contact email@example.com in order to gain your access code, or generate an access code yourself on the Eval.uni website.
Speak out, your opinion matters!
A replication study carried out at the University of Magdeburg (Prof. Bodo Vogt, Empirical Economic Research and Health Economics) in collaboration with other researchers from the Universities of Antwerp and Zurich shows that oxytocin, sometimes known to the general public as the "cuddling hormone", does not generally increase the confidence of the people studied. However, based on an independent measurement of the confidence disposition of individuals, the study also came to the conclusion that people with a generally low confidence disposition increase their confidence in strangers when they are given oxytocin.
Congratulations to Professor Vogt on this high-ranking Nature publication!
The digital study information days held at OVGU in the beginning of June offered prospective students a wide range of opportunities to obtain information, in particular about the bachelor's programs of the individual faculties. In the field of economics, four study programs were highlighted:
Those who were not able to participate in the mostly live-streamed online info sessions, consultations and lecture scheduling, here are the “archive recordings”: