Digital teaching prize awarded by Heidelberg University

In recognition of the high efforts of lecturers in the past summer semester, the rectorate of Heidelberg University awarded prizes for digital teaching. Two of in total six prizes were awarded to lecturers at the Institute of Geography, which shows the positive recognition of the past semester’s endeavors both from the side of students and the rectorate.

Dr. Nicole Aeschbach was awarded for her seminar “KlimaWandelWissen” (translated: ClimateChangeKnowledge), in particular for the diversified design of the course regarding contents and methods. Katharina Anders of the 3DGeo group was awarded for her seminar “Geoscripting with Python – Automation of Geographic Analyses”, in particular for the successful blend of theoretical and practical contents and providing prompt and individual feedback on practical exercises.

Big congratulations to the awardees!

The prize money is intended to be spent for the enhancement of future teaching.