RWTH Rector Ernst Schmachtenberg is giving the 75th lecture for children.
How long have universities existed? When did RWTH Aachen open? Why do we need universities and who works there? Rector Ernst Schmachtenberg will be answering questions like these during the anniversary event "How Does a University Work?" on Friday, June 17, 2016, at 5pm in the RWTH Audimax. The mechanical engineer will explained how he came to serve as rector and what his responsibilities are. The children will learn what the advantages of university studies are, how they work, and what prerequisites one needs to fulfill.
Before the lecture there will be small framework program starting at 3:30pm in the foyer at the main entrance of the Audimax. Here children can participate in different activities and enter a prize drawing. Winners will be drawn at the end of the event.
Those who do not have the regular Kinderuni pass can acquire a guest pass. Please send an email with your first and last name to firstname.lastname@example.org. One pass can be reserved per application as long as supplies last. Reserved guest passes can be picked up on site at the info stand on June 17, 2016.
Source: Press and Communications