Executive Department for
Press, Communication and Marketing
Adolf-Reichwein-Straße 2a Gebäude AVZ (Gebäudeteil AR-NA) 57068 Siegen
Phone:    +49 (0)271/740-4915 Fax.:    +49 (0)271/740-4911 E-Mail:  email@example.com
News and Press
Welcome to the Executive Department for Press, Communication and Marketing of the University of Siegen.
This site provides news about the University of Siegen - from research news to event announcements. We provide regional, national and international media representatives with details about research results and exciting background stories. A range of publications, such as the university newspaper, are offered to complement our service. In addition, we are responsible for marketing activities at the University of Siegen and we organize central events.
If you are a media representative, please feel free to contact us when you are looking for a scientific expert.
Important News about Bus and Rail Service
(10.11.2022) Commuters should prepare for significant upcoming disruptions to the rail connection between Cologne and Siegen. In addition, VWS (Verkehrsbetriebe Westfalen-Süd), Siegen's regional public transit service, has announced the cancellation of various bus routes for Siegen-Wittgenstein, and has now posted a modified schedule.
“It’s about avoiding mistakes that threaten an organization's very existence”
(09.11.2022) Hardening companies against crisis — that’s the goal of risk governance. The academic field, founded by two Siegen researchers, is finding increased resonance from modern businesses. The current crises are also helping driving acceptance.
University of Siegen looks forward to collaboration with India's first Digital University
(03.11.2022) The University of Siegen and the Digital University Kerala (India) start an intensive cooperation in the field of electrical engineering.
Apply now for the STAR program
(02.11.2022) The "STAR: Sensing and Sensibility – Transcending Disciplines for a Responsible Future" project is advertising eight temporary postdoc positions for experienced researchers from around the world. Scientists from almost all disciplines can apply up to December 16, 2022.
What Germany Can Learn from Denmark and Norway
(06.10.2022) Prof. Claus Wendt, a public health sociologist at the University of Siegen, is studying how institutions and other actors in the health field can work together to achieve better service and care. He is comparing and contrasting Germany with Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland, and Great Britain to highlight what these countries can learn from one another.