The impressive atmosphere of Eberbach Monastery provided the perfect setting for the Geisenheim graduates to receive their certificates. A total of 138 students (62 women) graduated this year (109 with bachelor’s degrees, 29 with master’s degrees). Hochschule Geisenheim University also set up a live stream to allow friends and families to attend the ceremony online. In their ceremonial speeches, University President Prof. Hans Reiner Schultz and Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Robert Lönarz, President of VEG – Geisenheim Alumni Association e. V., emphasized the strong international Geisenheim community and encouraged all graduates to join the network. The speeches were followed by some personal remarks from the graduates who reviewed their time at Hochschule Geisenheim University and shared some personal anecdotes.
Congratulations to all graduates and all the best for your future careers in the job market, academia or research!
The Peter Romeis Foundation honored the best graduate of B.Sc. Food Safety.
The Peter Romeis Foundation honored the best graduate of the B.Sc. Food Safety program. In his bachelor’s thesis, Nicolas Fey studied the allergic potential of hazelnuts in a chocolate bar. He received a book prize and an invitation to visit the Institut Romeis Bad Kissingen GmbH from the foundation, whose purpose is to promote education, training, science and research in brewing, beverage and food technology.
Preliminary number of graduates as of February 16, 2023. Please check against delivery. Since some students will still graduate by the end of the semester (March 31, 2023), please contact Vizepraesident-Lehre(at)hs-gm.de for the final numbers.