The Open Humboldt Freiräume funding line supports scientists in finding time for dialogue with society.
The Long Night of Science is a classic among the annual events. On no other evening can you get to know so many different faculties of the university at the same time - the focus here is on participation!
Primary school children in the Berlin-Brandenburg region gain insight into university life. Professors explain their own field of research in a child-friendly manner and answer questions.
The Mosse Lectures are an interdisciplinary and international research and event project, which engage with different focus area from history, politics, economics, art and literature each semester.
Alexander von Humboldt reached a broad audience with his Cosmos readings, spanning all scientific disciplines. We are continuing this tradition with the current Cosmos readings at Humboldt University.
The W.E.B. Du Bois Lecture Series in American Culture Studies offers valuable new contributions to intercultural dialogue by inviting scholars and intellectuals to give public lectures that address aspects and problems of public culture and modes of cultural critique today.
In the Humboldt Speeches on Europe, high-ranking representatives and state leaders of the European member states give their assessments of the current situation in Europe and talk about the future of the European project.
Matomo Zugriffsstatistik auf den Servern der HU Berlin
Statistiken für Social-Media-Kampagnen