News

4 February 2019

The Institute mourns the loss of Prof. em. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Bruno Messerli

7 February 2019

Veronika Röthlisberger

We congratulate Veronika Röthlisberger on the ‹2018 Outstanding Student Poster and PICO (OSPP) Award›

Veronika Röthlisberger is the winner of the ‹2018 Outstanding Student Poster and PICO (OSPP) Award› of the Natural Hazards division of the European Geoscience Union EGU. She will receive the price for the contribution ‘Quantifying exposure: the influence of value estimation schemes (Röthlisberger, V.; Zischg, A.; Keiler, M.) during the next EGU meeting in Vienna in April 2019.
Further information: Link

1 May 2019

Presentation: «Melting ice – crumbling mountains? Reconstructing changes in massmovement activity in the Swiss Alps»

Markus Stoffel (University of Geneva)
Colloquium in Climatology, Climate Impact and Remote Sensing
(14:15 – 15:15, seminar room 124, Mittelstrasse 43 / University Mittelstrasse)

2 May 2019

Master Presentations

  • Susanne Laager
    «Handlungsoptionen zur Förderung der Permakultur in der Schweizer Landwirtschaft – eine transdisziplinäre Analyse»
    (13:15 – 14:15, room 002, GIUB)

  • Eva Ming
    «The ambiguous image of collective organising
    A qualitative analysis of the meaning of (in)formal organisations for female farmers in Eastern Nepal from a feminist-geographical perspective»
    (15:30 – 16:30, room 002, GIUB)

  • Lucija Stanisic
    «Concentration and Speciation of Trace Elements in the Sediments of Lake Wohlen»
    (16:45 – 17:45, room 002, GIUB)

3 May 2019

PhD Presentation

  • Radhika Murti
    «Potential and Limitations of Social Learning Approaches for Sustainability, with a focus on Ecosystem based Disaster Risk Reductions and Climate Change Adaptation in Africa, Latin America and Oceania»
    (13:00, room 320, Mittelstrasse 43 / Uni Mittelstrasse)

August 2019

UniBe – One Health International Summer Schools-August 2019

Starting in August 2019, the One Health team will be organising annual summer schools to allow students to profit from the expertise and knowledge of University of Bern academics and external experts in the fields of soil, plant, animal and human health.

The schools are open for:

BSc/MSc – Improving health at the interfaces between environment, plants, animals and humans / 2 ECTS
PhD/Postdocs – Microbiomes in soil, plant, animal and human health / 2 ECTS
 

International One Health Symposium

14 August 2019
Program