Top predators play an important role in human-dominated ecosystems

Also in human-dominated landscapes large carnivores such as brown bears or wolves play a crucial role in the regulation of wildlife populations. This is the result of a joint study by scientists of the Leuphana University Lüneburg, the Humboldt University Berlin and two australien universities. More...

Criticism in the Media, Art and within Society reflects our Culture

“Cultures of criticism” is the topic of a new DFG research training group, which will begin work at Leuphana in October 2016. The university is currently advertising twelve doctoral assistant positions, as well as one post doc. The research group is dedicated to the fields of artistic, media and social criticism. More...

 

Massive Open Online Cours: 17,000 members of more than 170 nations

Leuphana developed an online course with the Goethe-Institut. more

Leuphana starts Unique Study Program on Human Rights

Launch of the new study program in Berlin. more

Participatory Governance: How Do Public Administrations Learn? 

New study analyzes learning processes in public administrations. more...

Leuphana and Arizona State University Partners on Global Center

The two universities founded a Sustainabilty Center. more