MCI Team on Ars Docendi-Shortlist I Digital Transformation in Teaching I Outstanding MINT fundamental course for undergraduates
For the project "It doesn’t work without MINT! - Mathematical and Scientific Foundations for All" MCI received a shortlist award at this year's Ars Docendi - Austrian State Prize for Excellent Teaching at Austrian Universities in the field of Digital Transformation in Teaching. The project was conducted by Alexander Dumfort (Environmental, Process and Energy Engineering), Harald Schöbel (Biotechnology and Food Engineering) and Werner Stadlmayr (Environmental, Process and Energy Engineering) and represents a cross-departmental mathematical and scientific preparatory course for students, which is characterized by numerous online elements such as tests, videos, just-in-time teaching and similar methods. The Ars Docendi is Austria's most prestigious prize for teaching at universities and is awarded by the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research. This year, out of 131 submissions, five received an Ars Docendi and ten a Shortlist Award.