Entries by Anne-Careen Stoltze

With enthusiasm and pragmatism for digital change

On 1 September, Christian Geiger took up his professorship in Digital Government, Innovation and Transformation at Bern University of Applied Sciences. The long-standing Chief Digital Officer of the City of St. Gallen will be researching and teaching innovation in the public sector in future. In this interview, he talks about his experiences with organisational change […]

When ChatGPT helps with the exam – a podcast episode about AI in studies

Will students have their theses written by AI in the future? How are universities dealing with this? And how does technology help lecturers with their teaching content? These are just a few of the questions addressed by the guests in the latest episode Since the Corona Pandemic, university teaching has changed rapidly. Distance learning and […]

Making the world more sustainable with second-hand clothes

Solving social problems that would otherwise fall through the cracks? More and more start-ups see this as an opportunity to implement their sustainable or social mission economically. This is also the case with our Bachelor student and founder Sandro Hertig. Together with our researcher Nadine Gurtner, he talks about social entrepreneurship. Some social needs are […]