We live in turbulent times. The climate crisis, inflation, and the Covid-19 pandemic are formative experiences for the next generation of students. The youth culture zeitgeist is evolving, and the life priorities and values of young people are changing. The digital transformation also leaves clear traces in the everyday cultures of young people; this brings new opportunities and new challenges for education and work. In her lecture, Dr. Beate Großegger shows findings on the basis of current youth research about how much is required of universities of applied sciences today to deal with these worries and fears and to respond to the future career hopes of students. Lecturers need to be able to promote potential and reduce deficits in a student-friendly manner to prepare university graduates for the demands of the job market. A debate about the new challenges that arise for academic teaching from the change in mentality that can be observed among young people will follow the lecture.
Welcome with Prof. (FH) PD Dr. Mario Döller, Rector FH Kufstein Tirol
Lecture "Generation Z: What makes future students tick?" from Dr. Beate Großegger, jugendkultur.at
Workshop Video Production
Please note that this event is held in German.
- Online Registration
- Registration Deadline: November 7th, 2022
- Participation is free of charge