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About Prof. Dr. Gabriella Maráz
Gabriella Maráz is Professor for Intercultural Management and Research Methodology and focuses on information and communication psychology and work techniques.

Belarus in Focus: An Evening With Writer Dr. Volha Hapeyeva

March 26, 2021

Why Belarus, anyway? Perhaps that’s what the more than 120 students who logged on online on March 17 for our talk with our guest from Belarus had been wondering: Dr. Volha Hapeyeva, writer, poet, linguist […]

Academic Writing (Part 4): Plagiarism

October 4, 2017

In the fourth part of our blog series on academic writing, we provide information on plagiarism – what it is, what types of plagiarism exist, the consequences of plagiarism, and how to avoid it. The […]

Academic Writing (Part 3): Scientific Language

May 31, 2017

Academic Writing (Part 1): What Is the Truth? Academic Writing (Part 2): Research  “[Traditional company budgeting] encourages management to lie and deceive […].”[1] Such a sentence is a strong statement making drastic allegations and is […]

Shutting Up – About Speaking and Silence

April 18, 2017

The first time I heard of examinations[1] on the relevance of silence for communication, I was fascinated. This “nothing” was not only very manifest, but also incredibly multi-layered. It could mean all kinds of things. […]

Academic Writing (Part 2): Research

January 23, 2017

Is academic writing only something for (future) scientists and researchers? Our thoughts on truth (see Academic Writing (Part 1)) have already made it clear: Dealing with academic writing and its methods is of invaluable benefit […]

Failure and Happiness

October 27, 2016

Failure belongs to life, just as much as night belongs to day. We all know that. But still we are doing our utmost – more or less – to avoid failure. If this is not […]

Academic Writing (Part 1): What is the Truth?

September 5, 2016

None of us would call oneself a liar. We claim to be telling the truth. But do we really know this truth? We all have vested interests, perspectives and values which coin our very own […]

“Refugees Welcome” and the University of the Future

May 13, 2016

“Refugees Welcome! – Universities on the move and changing?” was the title of the spring congress of the Hochschulnetzwerk Bildung durch Verantwortung e.V. (Higher Education Network Education through Responsibility e.V.) in cooperation with Leuphana University […]

No Fear of the Void – The Courage to Disconnect!

November 20, 2015

No fear of the void – the courage to disconnect! Yet another message via WhatsApp, two emails to send, the news portal to check, and another SMS must be quickly sent; and where actually is […]

Living Social Responsibility: MBS Supports Refugees in Munich

September 11, 2015

Social responsibility is certainly one of our time’s buzz words. Not only in the private sector, today even enterprises and enterprises in particular are required to get involved and assume their role in society. It […]

University Reloaded: Social Responsibility as the First Mission

April 22, 2015

  Teaching, research and society – these three arenas are closely interconnected, but often perceived as separated. Therefore, the association currently being set up and called University Network Education through Responsibility (Hochschulnetzwerk Bildung durch Verantwortung) […]

The Potential of Service Learning

February 6, 2015

What is Service Learning and how can its potential be used for academic institutions? Service Learning is a learning method that builds a bridge between lecture hall or classroom and civic involvement. It could be […]

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