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Hi!

We are the AStA

Surely you already have a rough idea of what the AStA is. At this point we would like to introduce ourselves in more detail.
We are elected as representatives in the AStA (General Student Committee) for a term of office of one and a half years. The AStA consists of the board of chairpersons (Vorstand), representatives (Referenten*innen) and employees. As the executive body in the student self-administration, we are in direct contact with the students. Our job is to execute the tasks delegated by the StuPa and to carry out independent projects. In recent years we have organised all kinds of events. You can look forward to a number of interesting activities this semester as well. Every student can stand for an honorary position in the AStA. In addition, we are always happy to have motivated people who help with the implementation of projects.
You can contact us by email, on Facebook or directly in our office if you have a concern. This includes eliminating problems and taking up ideas and suggestions. We are in contact with the university’s committees (Gremien) so that we can start initiatives and take a position on current issues.
 
Furthermore, we are responsible for promoting student life and political education among the student body, and we take on representative tasks within the university.

 

That all sounds kind of complicated?

It is not! Actually, there is only one thing to say about us: our ultimate goal is to enable you to study comfortably! We come up with all sorts of ideas and maintain contacts so that we have an answer ready for (almost) every question.

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The Team

Age:
25

study course:
Intercultural Business Psychology

Why AStA?
Social commitment

Sabrina Barthauer

Chair person

Age:
24

Study Course:
Computervisualistics and Design


Why AStA?

To make decisions in the interest of the student body,
to understand the student self-administration even better,
to improve communication (e.g. with the student self-administration)

Felix Bartling

1. deputy

Age:
23

study course:
Applied Computer Science and Social Media

Why AStA?
shape student life & enjoy organizing and planning

Malika Jakobs-Neumeier

2. deputy

Age:
30

study course:
Intercultural Business Psychology

Why AStA?
interested in finances & support fellow students

Lisa Mitzkat

finances

Age:
20

study course:
Visual Computing & Design

Why AStA?
Getting involved for students

Michelle Hallmann

Design

Age:
23

study course:
Visual computing & Design

Why AStA?
Participation in student life, making contacts

Hannah Dieckmann

Design

Age:
22

study course:
Intercultural Business Psychology

Why AStA?
Social commitment

Nicola Pijanowska

public relations Hamm

Tim Neuhäuser

public relations Lippstadt

Age:
25

study course:
Technical Management and Marketing

Why AStA?
organize events

Karla Bartling

Leisure & Culture Hamm

Age:
22

study course:
Electronic Engineering

Why AStA:
Socialising & Organising Events

Fawad Murad

Leisure & Culture LP

Age:
26

study course:
Technical Consulting und Management

Why AStA?
Plan & organize events

Florian Wiemers

Sport Lippstadt

Age: 21


Study Course: Intelligent Systems Design



Why AStA? Socialising, sports fan

Pinak Ganatra

Sport Hamm

Zoe Glemser

Political & social education Hamm

Age:


Study Course:



Why AStA?

currently vacant

Political & social education Lippstadt

Age:
25

Studiengang:
Industrial Engineering with Business Studies

Why AStA?
Voluntary commitment

Daria Wilke

adviser

Social

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