Awards for Good Teaching
Students and employees of the University of Bayreuth enjoy good studying and teaching conditions. The commitment of professors, which often goes far beyond the call of duty, is reflected in the teaching prizes, which are regularly awarded by various institutions. Here you can find an overview of the various award winners.
With its "Prize for Good Teaching", the Bavarian State Ministry of Sciences and Arts honours the work of outstanding Bavarian university teachers every year. In addition, the prize sends the message that teaching is on an equal footing with research. The prize-winners are nominated by their home university and receive prize money of € 5,000 each. The student vote is decisive for the universities in making their nominations. The lecturers are distinguished by their outstanding commitment to teaching and to the interests of their students. They work with innovative teaching concepts that particularly support students in their learning and contribute to the understandable, exciting communication of complex teaching content. It is held at various universities in turn.
Prof. Dr. Thomas Kriecherbauer, Nonlinear Analysis and Mathematical Physics
Dr. Fabian Stehn, Algorithms & Data Structures
Prof. Dr. Anton Schiela, Applied Mathematics
Andrea Kreuzer, Psychology
Prof. Dr. Matthias Schmidt, Theoretical Physics II
Prof. Dr. Rupprecht Podszun, Civil Law, Intellectual Property & Economic Law
Prof. em. Dr. Ulrich Berner, Religious Studies I
Prof. Dr. Lars Grüne, Applied Mathematics
Prof. Dr. Gabriela Paule, Teaching German Language & Literature
Dr.-Ing. Christoph Kern, Chemical Process Engineering
This list is maintained continuously. If you know of any other award winners, please inform the online editorial team: firstname.lastname@example.org.