German Society of Humboldtians


 

Statement

 

The war in Ukraine has forced millions of people to leave their homes and escape to the neighbouring countries. Fortunately, the refugees experience great support both from governments and from private individuals. This applies to Germany as well.

 

 

 

The Deutsche Gesellschaft der Humboldtianer would like to contribute its share.

 

 

 

Therefore, for all scientists affected by the war directly, we offer from now on the opportunity to participate in the activities of DGH´s regional groups thus providing for close personal contacts with the scientific community in Germany.

 

Please feel free to contact us by sending an email to humboldt-vorstand@mathematik.uni-kassel.de.

 


The German Society of Humboldtians offers a forum of encounter for the "Humboldt Family" in Germany with the intention

  • to maintain the personal contact of the alumni of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH) beyond the scholarship phase and to intensify the exchange with each other
  • to facilitate mutual assistance for the integration and professional orientation of alumni of the AvH in Germany
  • to provide advice for the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation from the perspective of the alumni and to get into dialogue with other Humboldt Associations.
  • to deal with our modern society and its current changes based on the diverse experience with different cultures of our members.

The „Humboldt Family“ embraces

  • all scientists selected by the 'Alexander von Humboldt Foundation' (AvH) - whether they have just received a scholarship or have been (back) in Germany since a long time
  • longtime hosts and members of selection committees, if they have also conducted research abroad.

The German Association of Humboldtians (DGH) is organized in regional groups. By this we ensure that each interested scientist in Germany – being member of the DGH or its guest – is able to participate in our diverse activities with reasonable effort. 

 

 

The war in Ukraine has forced millions of people to leave their homes and escape to the neighbouring countries. Fortunately, the refugees experience great support both from governments and from private individuals. This applies to Germany as well.

 

The Deutsche Gesellschaft der Humboldtianer would like to contribute its share.

 

Therefore, for all scientists affected by the war directly, we offer from now on the opportunity to participate in the activities of DGH´s regional groups thus providing for close personal contacts with the scientific community in Germany.

 

Please feel free to contact us by sending an email to humboldt-vorstand@mathematik.uni-kassel.de.