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  • Student Exchange: Tianjin University and UZH Join Forces

    Jay SiegelAt the start of the year, UZH chemistry professor Jay Siegel embarked on a venture at Tianjin University in China, where he will be active member of the teaching staff until 2017. He sees himself as a liaison between China and Switzerland, as Jay Siegel explains in an interview with UZH News.More...
  • Ancient Greek Verse Inscription Unearthed: 124 Lines of Hitherto Unknown Poetry and History

    Christian MarekChristian Marek, an expert in ancient history at UZH, has made a sensational discovery. Close to a tomb in Milas in Turkey he found a stone stela inscribed with poetry. At 124 lines, this is the longest classical Greek verse inscription carved in stone that has so far come to light. More...
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Student Course Evaluation – 24 November until 7 December 2014

All students in Bachelor's and Master's degree programs from the Faculty of Theology and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences are invited to participate in this year's Student Course Evaluation.

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