Edition 5 | Academic year 2018/2019
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Edition 5 | Academic year 2018/2019
January/February 2019


Dear Friends of the Hertie School,

The new semester starts with great new colleagues, a #hertienewhome on the horizon and a great line-up of events. Also, scroll down to learn more about how our three Deans have settled in after a semester on the job.

Enjoy our latest newsletter!

Henrik Enderlein
President, Hertie School of Governance

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Hertie School hires new professors to expand focus on digitalisation and globalisation


New Data Lab to strengthen data-driven social science research.
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Historic Robert Koch Forum will be extensively renovated and the Hertie School of Governance will become its main tenant


Plans announced at press walk-through with the Governing Mayor of Berlin, Senate Chancellery - Higher Education and Research
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Başak Çalı explores judicial self-government


Two articles in the German Law Journal focus on Turkey and European Court of Human Rights.
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Balance of power


New paper by Lion Hirth shows how markets help energy-balancing needs in a renewables-based system.
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Hertie School offers new scholarships in sustainability and security policy


Scholarships to be awarded for MPP, MIA and Executive MPA students in fall 2019 cohort.
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Hertie School offers new, public-sector Integrated Professional Year


Selected participants work for one year with German public-sector consultancy PD.
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Final call: Digital Week 2019


Gain cutting-edge skills and know-how on digital transformation and digital governance. We still have one or two spots available. Join us from 18 – 23 February 2019 at the Hertie School in Berlin.
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Getting our facts straight: Disinformation and the 2019 European Elections


Join us on 20 February for a panel discussion, chaired by our new professor Anita Gohdes, with Paul-Jasper Dittrich (Delors Institute), Matthias Spielkamp (AlgorithmWatch) and Rebekah Tromble (University of Leiden). Explore our events calendar for more information about the rest of our line-up.
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Taking peace-building to the world: Our responsibilities and failures


On 26 February, the Hertie School will host a Kapuscinski Development Lecture with H.E. José Ramos-Horta, former President of Republic of Timor-Leste and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. The project is a joint initiative with the European Commission and the United Nations Development Programme.
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3 Questions for Klaus Hurrelmann: What motivates activist Gen Z?


Kids are skipping school to demonstrate for climate policies, but will it last?
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The EU needs a Brexit endgame


Rules and processes are no substitute for a strategic perspective, writes Jean Pisani-Ferry for Project Syndicate.
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Meet the Deans: Christine Reh


Get to know Christine Reh, our Dean of Graduate Programmes and learn about her role at the Hertie School and her goals for the coming year.
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Mark Hallerberg


Get to know our Dean of Research and Faculty, Mark Hallerberg.
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Andrea Römmele


Get to know Andrea Römmele, who in addition to her new role as Dean of Executive Education is also Professor for Communications in Politics and Civil Society
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