March 18, 2019: Launch of anniversary exhibition
The Nuremberg Commercial College started teaching in 1919, bringing academic innovation to the city and the region as a whole. From spring 2019, a permanent exhibition will be on display in the Ludwig Erhard building in the Findelgasse, recounting familiar and less well-known stories from 100 years of research, teaching and education. The exhibition is a journey through history from the inauguration of the commercial college and upheavals of the Nazi period to the structural reforms of the present day.
Throughout this journey visitors will experience artistic contributions that explore current topics and how the school relates to the city and society today, combining thought-provoking concepts from young regional artists with historic narrative. The School looks forward to welcoming many visitors from March 18, 2019.
Further information: www.alleranfangistschoen.de
April 3, 2019: Launch of #NUElectures
In the anniversary year, #NUElectures will introduce a series of lectures organized by the School of Business, Economics and Society for the entire university and the general public. Researchers at the School will present science in an accessible, exciting way at a number of different locations throughout the city, such as the House of Games, in the Neues Museum Nuremberg, in the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, at AEG or in JOSEPHS.
The public lectures and discussion forums in the anniversary year 2019 will deal with topics of great relevance to society from the research focus areas at the School of Business, Economics and Society.
Further information and the program are available at www.nuelectures.de.
May 23, 2019: #NUEdialog
Science meets practice in the first Nuremberg congress for business and science on May 23, 2019 in Lange Gasse. The congress aims to encourage dialog between business and science in issues relevant to society and in practice. In 2019, #NUEdialog will focus on an integrated approach to digitalization and sustainability. Researchers will present forward-looking approaches from the School’s research focus areas: Change in the World of Work, Customer Insights, Energy Markets and Energy System Analysis, and Tax and Tax Policy. The congress will explore what is needed for collaboration between business and research to be successful, as well as giving ideas and inspiration for discussions on issues with practical relevance for experts from companies and research institutions. Entrepreneurs and decision-makers from research, industry and politics and dedicated young talent from the Nuremberg region are invited to attend. The partners of the event are the city of Nuremberg, Energieregion Nürnberg e.V. and the Nuremberg Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Further information: www.nuedialog.de
June 24–28, 2019: Long table in Lange Gasse
For five days, the courtyard at Lange Gasse is to be transformed into one long table. Tables and benches will be set out, inviting all employees, guests and students to eat, chat and spend time together. A different topic will be presented each day, encouraging participants to talk and discuss it in a relaxed atmosphere.
June 29, 2019: Campus Festival
The School will open its doors for the citizens of Nuremberg on June 29, 2019. Topics of relevance to society will be presented in a varied program including tours, lectures, hands-on activities and information stands, bringing research to the city for a very special day. The diverse program will offer a number of playful activities especially for families, ensuring that the students of tomorrow can join in the fun. From the bouncy castle to the science lab – there is plenty on offer for our younger guests. Two panel discussions will host expert speakers on current topics such as the digitalization of work, and start-ups, entrepreneurship and founding a company. Catering will also be available, with food trucks from the region offering something for everyone.
Further information: www.wiso100.fau.de
October 19, 2019: Long Night of Science
The anniversary year will come to a conclusion on the Long Night of Science. The School will open its doors once more for a whole night, offering good music, cold drinks and hands-on science. Partners from the region and professors from the School will present the results of their research, innovative ideas and the latest technological innovations. On October 19, 2019, workshops, tours and discussions will attract a great many visitors to the Findelgasse and to the more than 130 event locations in the region.