Dr. Lydia Kater-Wettstädt

Lydia Kater-Wettstädt is part of the Institute of Integrative Studies (INFIS) at Leuphana University Lüneburg. Her main research interest is how the implementation of Education for Sustainable Development can be supported in a global perspective in schools and help teachers to develop necessary competences to overcome sustainability related challenges, e.g. the challenge to reflect own values, deal with complex and contradictory issues by trying to shape inclusive learning environments.

Prof. Dr. Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich

Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich is Junior Professor of Business Administration, in particular Business Ethics at Leuphana University Lüneburg. In 2018/19, she was a Governing Responsible Research Fellow at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. Her research interests include corporate social responsibility (CSR), the role of communication in the context of CSR, the use of digital technologies in an organizational context, and corporate social responsibility. Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich's work has been published in the Journal of Management Inquiry, Journal of Business Ethics, and Corporate Communication: An International Journal, among others. They have been awarded various prizes.

Prof. Dr. Torben Schmidt

Torben Schmidt is a professor for Teaching English as a Foreign Language at the Leuphana University Lüneburg. His research interests focus on project based learning, task-based language learning and foreign language learning with digital media (esp. Web 2.0, digital games, intelligent tutoring systems, adaptivity) and content and language integrated learning (focus on sustainability). He is the director of the Future Center of Teacher Education at the Leuphana University, coordinator of the Lüneburger project of the Initiative for Excellence for Teacher Education, editor of a middle-level textbook series and developer of various learning apps. Professor Schmidt was awarded the “Germany – Land of Ideas” prize in 2015 for his German-American blended learning project, “Going Green – An Educational Project for Sustainability” with over 3000 participants between 2015 and 2019.

Dr. Annika Weiser

Annika Weiser is a sustainability scientist. She is a postdoctoral researcher at Leuphana College since July 2018, where she coordinates the "sustainability & responsibility" module and explores the potentials of this interdisciplinary study entry phase. Her main research interests evolve around (mutual) learning at the science-society interface: How can we facilitate learning through transdisciplinary processes such as in the research project "City of the Future Lüneburg 2030+"? Which (collaborative) structures support long-term involvement of a broad range of actors in real-world laboratory settings? And: How can we develop learning environments in higher education for sustainability within such transdisciplinary settings that are meaningful for both the students and research & practice?