Call for applications AStA Offices

Dear students,

On 05.01.2021 a new AStA will take office, now we are looking for new candidates for the offices:

Gender Equality Officer
Officer for IT
Officer for Culture & Events
Two officers for sustainability & social issues
Officer for Public Affairs
Two officers for university policy
Officer for Infrastructure
Officer for International Affairs

So we hope to find several students for these exciting and important offices!

If you are motivated to get involved with student self-administration and want to actively shape university life, you can apply by sending an email to stupa-praesidium@tuhh.de by 10pm (CET) on 21.04.2021 at the latest. You can find more detailed information about the call for applications and the application on the StuPa website (https://stupa-tuhh.de/asta).

In addition, there will be a meeting with the new AStA board, all current speakers, the StuPa presidium and all interested parties on 14.04.2021 at 12 noon:
https://tuhh.zoom.us/j/83975876022?pwd=bmQ0NEVyRHRIV2N6dGJkbE5GV1AzQT09
Meeting-ID: 839 7587 6022
Code: 573550

You can find more information about the offices in the job postings:

If you have any further questions, please feel free to send us an email or make an appointment with the AStA.

Many greetings

StuPa Presidium

HSP funds 2021

There is again Hochschulpakt (HSP) funding for student projects. A total of up to €50,000 is available. The student parliament of the TU Hamburg recommends which student projects should receive funds, on the basis of which the money is then allocated. It is possible and desirable to divide the 50,000€ between different student projects. The funding amount cannot exceed 25{bb697a4425c4df1a49fe0319b18a9aaf571f539189ccbca846ab208e6986e940} of the project’s annual budget.

This year, the distribution will take place on two cut-off dates. The application must be received formally and with all attachments by the deadline. A prior assessment of the form of the content can be carried out by the Presidium of the Student Parliament on request. The deadlines are Wednesday 10.03.2021 6pm and 25.08.2021 6pm. If a prior review is to take place, the applications must be submitted with the appropriate advance notice. Please submit the application by email to stupa-praesidium@tuhh.de.

The meeting date, at which the presence of the applicants is an advantage, will take place on Wednesday 17.03.2021 at 16:30. An invitation to the meeting will be sent to all applicants in due time.

It is imperative that all attachments are submitted, otherwise the application cannot be discussed appropriately. Above all, a budget/financial plan must be submitted.

Demands: Conduct of the examinations in the winter semester 20/21.

In the meeting of the student parliament of the TU Hamburg on 13.01.2020 was discussed about the implementation of the exams in the winter semester 2020/21. The student body agrees that the implementation of the exams can only take place under certain conditions. In the following, we have formulated demands, which we communicated to Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kerstin Kuchta, Vice President Teaching and Anne Kruse-Mittelbach, Head of the Examination Office. We asked for examination of the demands on feasibility and for prompt statement and implementation at the latest 22.01.2021.

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We will inform the student body about the demands and responses in this blog post.

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The student parliament of the TU Hamburg demands:

  1. The distance between the seats of the persons to be examined must be chosen so large that even when leaving the seat the distance to others is maintained. The distance of the tables in the summer semester 2020 was this regarding insufficient.
  2. Sufficient warm and weather-protected waiting rooms are provided before the start of the examination to bridge the period between arrival at the examination site and admission to the examination room.
  3. Sufficient toilet capacity is provided before and during the examination.
  4. Before the start of each examination, the date for inspection is announced in each room used, according to the examination regulations.
  5. Students who belong to a risk group or are entrusted with the supervision of members of a risk group will be offered a single examination room or an alternative form of examination.
  6. The presidium of the TU Hamburg shall examine and announce at the latest before the start of the lecture-free period, how an alternative exam implementation should look like, if the 50-person rule is tightened during the lecture-free period and the planned exam implementation is therefore no longer feasible.
  7. The presidium of the TU Hamburg should announce an alternative to the presence examination for the examinations to be postponed, since it cannot be assumed with certainty that the 50-person rule is valid on the make-up date.
  8. In the event that larger halls are separated by room dividers, it should be ensured that each group of 50 has its own sanitary facilities and sufficient warm and weather-protected waiting areas to ensure that the individual groups do not mix.
  9. Exams in a hall separated by room dividers are to be admitted at different times, but necessarily started at the same time.
  10. New curricula are to provide for alternative forms of examination to better deal with challenges such as a pandemic.

Tightened requirements – implementation of the examinations in WiSe20/21.

At the meeting of the student parliament on 20.01.2021, the implementation of the retreats in WiSe 20/21 was debated again and a statement was decided.
After a previous telephone survey of many members of the StuPa and yesterday’s Jour-Fix with President Timm-Giel and Vice President Kuchta, we have come to the decision to tighten our demands.

The student body calls upon the presidium to examine all examinations to determine whether they can also be conducted as an alternative form of examination.
For the sake of the physical integrity of our students, we cannot accept responsibility for classroom examinations to the extent that the Executive Board is striving for.

The opinion can be viewed HERE

Announcement 2nd chairperson – 01.04.2021 to 01.05.2021

Moin dear students,

We are looking for a*second*chairperson for the 2020/21 legislature from 04/01/2021 until 04/30/2021.

In addition to the* 2nd Chair*n for the 2020/21 legislature starting 01.04.2020, we are also looking for a new Executive Board for the 2021/22 legislature under the following call for applications.

So we hope to find several students for these exciting and important offices!

If you are motivated to deal with student self-administration, as well as to actively participate in shaping university life, you can apply by sending an email to stupa-praesidium@tuhh.de by 10.03.2021 at 10 pm (CET) at the latest. You can find more detailed information about the announcement as well as application on the StuPa website (https://stupa-tuhh.de/ausschreibung-2-vorsitzender/).

For more information about the office, please see the job postings:

2nd Chair – https://stupa-tuhh.de/wp-content/uploads/2.-Vorsitz-3.pdf

If you have any other questions, feel free to send us an email or make an appointment with AStA.

In addition, there will be an interested parties meeting with the acting AStA board, the StuPa presidium and all interested parties on 03.03.2021 at 12pm:
https://tuhh.zoom.us/j/87345790253?pwd=amxEVDNrMUpIclMzNk1rNU5hYkU4QT09
Meeting-ID: 873 4579 0253
Identification code: 182591

We are looking forward to your applications, see you soon!
Your StuPa Presidium

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