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March 31, 2020

New Space: ITTconnect

ITTconnect  – internal Login

Dear ITT Members,
 
this is an important information to all ITT Members – Students, Professors, PhDs and Staff: 
Join the new Space „ITTconnect“spaces.itt.th-koeln.de/ittconnect
 
„ITTconnect” is the virtual space of the ITT to keep ITT students and staff connected. 
Receive important updates, connect and share with your fellow students and staff and give feedback about your eLearning experience.
 
Times are different these days and we have to react flexibly to a fast changing environment. But we all know this is our specialty here at the ITT. 
 
One can only admire how everybody of you is making the best out of this situation. As you already see eLearning options were created and it is offering multiple chances to stay connected, so we are able to continue teaching.
 
We at the ITT have to deal with questions on how to travel and crossing borders. Also facing governmental systems not working properly these days. So there are a lot of individual experiences made already that our community can benefit from. We believe connecting ITT online can help to strengthen the flow of information. 
 
How?
Simply login with your CampusID and join the space. Make sure email notifications are turned on.

Looking forward connecting to you!

March 27, 2020

Save the Date WSCC 2021

**01-03 March 2021**

Water Security and Climate Change Conference 2021 is coming to Hanoi!

We are pleased to announce that the renowned society of water experts will come together once more for the fifth international Water Security and Climate Change conference. Academics and practitioners from various sectors are set to discuss the diverse facets of water security in dynamic environments and its relation to climate variability and change.

Achieving water security is one of the major challenges faced by society on both a global and local level today. Building bridges between disciplines, sectors and different groups of stakeholders, the conference will serve as a platform for discussions by providing a stimulating environment with the intention to yield innovative ideas and grounds for implementation.

The WSCC is an initiative of the ‘Higher Education Excellence in Development Cooperation – exceed’ program, and has been implemented since 2016 under the auspices of the Centers for Natural Resources and Development (CNRD) and the Sustainable Water Management in Developing Countries (SWINDON) network. The scientific committee includes the Food Security Center (FSC) as well as the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT).

More info on https://watersecurity.info/
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March 19, 2020

Launching the new MSc program IWRM-LAC

Curriculum development workshop for the new MSc Program “Integrated Water Resources Management for Latin America and the Caribbean” (IWRM-LAC)

Call for applications for the MSC Program IWRM-LAC here

 

In August 2020, the University of Costa Rica (UCR) in San José is going to launch the new  MSc program “Integrated Water Resources Management for Latin America and the Caribbean”.

The curriculum of the master program is framed after the MSc program: “Integrated Water Resources Management” currently offered at the Institute for Technology and Resources Management (ITT), TH Köln, Germany (MORE).

From 2th-5th of March 2020, lecturers from the ITT as well as from the National University of Colombia; University Javeriana, Colombia; Autonomous University of San Luis Potosi, Mexico and University of La Frontera, Chile, met  at the UCR in Costa Rica to adapt the curriculum to water management challenges and environmental conditions of Latin America and the Caribbean.

Furthermore, we designed IWRM related research projects in South American river basins and discussed the incorporation of our regional pilot case studies into the curriculum of the new master program. By confronting students with real life case studies in the pilot river basins, we aim at applying the praxis-oriented teaching method “Enquiry Based Learning” (EBL). The EBL didactic method is considered an effective way to educate students towards self-determined knowledge creation, lifelong learning and leadership.

 

March 9, 2020

SHK zur Unterstützung im Projektmanagement gesucht!

Studentische Hilfskraft Projektmanagement

ALLE INFORMATIONEN UND BEWERBUNG UNTER
 
• 12-17 Stunden/Woche – ab dem nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt

• Im Rahmen des Projekts Campus Rhein-Erft der TH Köln suchen wir zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine studentische Hilfskraft zur Unterstützung im Projektmanagement.

 

• Projektmanagement
  • Beteiligen am Verfassen von Berichten und Dokumentationen
  • Unterstützung von Projektabläufen und Arbeitsphasen
• Marketing und Kommunikation
  • Gestaltung und grafische Umsetzung von projektspezifischen Inhalten und Erstellung von Druckprodukten (z. B. Flyer, Berichte)
  • Veranstaltungsmanagement: Inhaltliche und organisatorische Vor- und Nachbereitung von unterschiedlichen Veranstaltungsformate
Bei Rückfragen kannst Du Dich gerne an Judith Brands ( Tel.: 0221-8275-3028) wenden.

March 6, 2020

New Master Program coming up – IWRM LAC

New Master of Science Program in Integrated Water Resources Management for Latin America and the Caribbean (IWRM-LAC)

San José, Costa Rica


The MSc program will be inaugurated in August 2020 at the University of Costa Rica in San José. Call for applications here


The University of Costa Rica (UCR), School of Geography, is offering a new master program in Integrated Water Resources Management with focus on Latin America and the Caribbean.

The MSc program is implemented at the UCR in the scope of a DAAD funded project “Integrated Water Resources Management for Latin America and the Caribbean – IWRM LAC” in the program: “Transnational Education – Degree Programs offered abroad by German Institutions”. The project is coordinated by the Institute for Technology and Resources Management in the Tropics and Subtropics (ITT), TH Köln, Germany.   

The study covers a period of four semesters. The internationally oriented program gives students from Latin America and the Caribbean the opportunity to start their studies in San José and to spend an exchange semester at TH Cologne, Germany.

Courses in Costa Rica are taught in Spanish and English. The teaching language at the ITT is English. The curriculum of the master program is framed after the MSc program: “Integrated Water Resources Management” currently offered at ITT, TH Köln (LINK).

The graduates will receive the final degree Master of Science in Integrated Water Resources Management issued by the University of Costa Rica.

 

 

 

 

 

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DAAD

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