Here they are: Your weekly fresh Gauss-Tips for June 12th-19th BRAUNSCHWEIG: SÜDSEE OPEN AIR – June 14th The Südsee is a lake that shares the name with the South Sea, at least in German. For the language joke just scroll down to the german version. Anyway, the festival season is here in our beautiful region[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: German Individualtraining In the S.O.S.-Program, there are German tutors for German Individualtraining (writing, proofreading of master thesis, oral and grammar training). The support will be carried out in small groups or tandems. The first meeting will take place on Wednesday June 12th at the Language Center. Individual appointments will be set there. Address: Bültenweg 74/75,[…]
Here they are: Your weekly fresh Gauss-Tips for May 29th – June 5th ASCENSION OF CHRIST AND FATHER’S DAY – May 30th In Germany we celebrate the Ascension of Christ and Father’s Day, so that most shops are closed this day. For that reason you will most likely see a group of people, mostly male,[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: The Gauss Haus at a student conference In line with a student conference in Gießen with the topic “Internationalization of the university”, the Gauss Haus in Braunschweig was presented as a good practice for the cooperation of different stakeholders in the area of assistance of international students. More information on the following link.
Gauss-Telegraph: Language Week May 27th to June 2nd 2019 You want to refresh your language skills or meet other people who speak the same language? You want to get an insight into a completely different language and culture? Then you are exactly right at this year’s Language Week of the Gauss Friends! From May 27th[…]
Here they are: Your weekly fresh Gauss-Tips for May 15th-22nd BRAUNSCHWEIG: CONCERT AT THE B58 – May 16th For all Hardrock-enthusiasts out there, there will be a chance to listen to some local bands of the genre at the b58. The show starts at 7:00 pm and the admission costs 3€. More information here. WOLFENBÜTTEL:[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: Book project “C.F. Gauss and Johanna – Encounters of a special kind” With the ceremonial book release as part of Gauss’ birthday on April 30th 2019 at the State Museum of Braunschweig, the book is finally available! Every Tuesday the book (English / German) can be purchased in the Gauss Haus at the Info[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: International University – Exchange and Networking Meeting with the TU Braunschweig
Gauss-Telegraph: International University – Exchange and Networking Meeting with the TU Braunschweig On Wednesday, May 8th 2019, we were very happy about the visit of Mr. Schwabecher (head of International House) in Gauss Haus. In addition to the presentation of activities at Gauss Haus, there was an exchange on current developments and international cooperation. With the[…]
Gauss-Telegraph: Apartment wanted! The Federal Association of Foreign Students (BAS) e.V. represents the interests of foreign and stateless students as well as students with a migration background in the Federal Republic of Germany. It is the nationwide association of foreign student representatives at the German universities. This coming weekend, from May 10th-12th 2019, the Federal[…]
Here they are: Your fresh Gauss-Tips for May 1st-15th BRAUNSCHWEIG: A STAR IS BORN – May 7th The Unikino at the Pockelsstraße shows the remake of A Star Is Born featuring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. The screening starts at 8:00 pm. More information here. WOLFENBÜTTEL: EJU WORTSPIELE – May 10th The evangelical youth of[…]
The creativity basement is due to its good acoustics perfectly suitable for theatre plays, dance courses and workshops.
The room is accessible either through the main entrance of Gauss house, the opposite side of the entrance to the tearoom or from the courtyard of the dormitory.
In the heart of Gauss house, between the presentation room and the creativity basement, the international tearoom is situated; The Buddy-group meets here.
The cozy Gauss Salon is located over the creativity basement, on the opposite side of the presentation room and adjacent to the international tearoom.
The international team of Gauss Friends, founded in the year 2008, links the mutual passion for science and enthusiasm of the well-known German mathematician Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss. Thereby, different cultures converge here, which justify the richness of the inter-cultural competences of the international team and contribute consequently to a better world understanding. In this process, the Gauss Friends are characterized by a central idea, and are mutually connected as “guests of Gauss”: Friendship worldwide. True to Gauss’s spirit, many international country evenings, theatre plays and language courses are organized regularly by the Gauss Friends thus providing a bridge between culture and science.
Since 2017, shortly before the 10th anniversary of the Gauss Friends in 2018, the link to the university as part of the positioning at the Center for School Research and Teacher Education (Z_Schule) completed the vision of a firm, structurally anchored establishment of a practiced welcome and consulting culture at the Technical University Braunschweig. In addition to the organization’s activities, the "Gauss Haus Project" of the Center for School Research and Teacher Education has created a close exchange within the framework of the university’s structures on the challenges and opportunities of an international university.
Tasks: Organization in Gauss Haus, excursions, Al-Beruni Gauss Project, Gauss Buddy Program, coordination
Tasks: Coordination, Gauss Buddy program, Gauss Haus Organization, Website and Facebook, excursions
Hobbies: Learning new languages, traveling and cooking
Tasks: Coordination, Gauss Haus Organization
Hobbies: Chess, cooking, traveling
Tasks: Photography, translation into Chinese
Tasks: Gauss Haus Organization, excursions, photography
Degree course: Mechanical Engineering
Tasks: Aryabhatta Gauss Project, Organization of Gauss Haus events and Diwali
Hobbies: Board games, food, traveling, swimming