20. June 2022 | Magazine:

Events on campus – Everything that’s going on Market of Opportunities, Picnic, Science Slam and Digital Theatre

It’s finally summer, so there are finally events on campus again! After a long time of not being able to hold any events in person, TU Braunschweig is putting on quite a few in the coming weeks: TUmorrow Day, LiteraTUrfestival, Digitaltag, Tag der Vielfalt and Staff Party. So there are plenty of opportunities to take a look at the university, get a taste of research and, of course, celebrate.

It’s finally summer, so there are finally events on campus again! Bildnachweis: Kristina Rottig/TU Braunschweig

It’s finally summer, so there are finally events on campus again! Photo credit: Kristina Rottig/TU Braunschweig

TUmorrow Day

The sustainability office, the Green Office of TU Braunschweig, is organising the TUmorrow Day for the first time on 22 June. Various workshops, a market of opportunities, TUmorrow Beats and a Science Slam in the evening are planned. The kick-off is already on 21 June, 6.30 pm, with the presentation of the TUmorrow Award and Chris Schleicher’s lecture “Klimabewusst leben – ohne blaming & shaming” (Climate-conscious living – without blaming & shaming).


The Institute for German Studies invites you to the LiteraTUrfestival on the North Campus on 24 June from 3 pm. The four authors Tamara Bach, Nils Mohl, Yannic Han Biao Federer and Jenny Erpenbeck will read from their current works. A food truck and popcorn will provide a real festival atmosphere. Be sure to bring picnic blankets!

Digitaltag (Digital Day)

Also on 24 June is the nationwide Digital Day. TU Braunschweig is participating with a total of ten exciting projects from “Sense your city” to “Theater digital”. The programme revolves around the topic of “Digital Participation in the Future City” and was developed in cooperation between the Transfer and Cooperation House and the research focus “Future City”.

Tag der Vielfalt (Diversity Day)

On 14 July, TU Braunschweig celebrates Tag der Vielfalt (Diversity Day) for the first time. The event creates visibility for projects and initiatives that work on the issues of diversity and anti-discrimination. As we do every year, we raise the rainbow flag and set a sign for gender and sexual diversity. In addition, experts will discuss the question “What can universities do to promote social diversity?” with TU President Prof. Angela Ittel.

Staff Party

President Prof. Angela Ittel invites randomly selected employees to a staff party on 14 July for a personal exchange.