Now we know who the seven winners are who will represent the seven faculties of TU Graz this academic year:
In autumn 2019 in the fifth
BeTheFace campaign, TU Graz was looking for students from all the faculties to represent their university for one whole year online and offline. Numerous students from different countries of origin and fields of study applied. The jury was spoilt for choice and focused on authenticity, diversity and uniqueness.
faces who were chosen will have reason to be happy about the results of the professional photo shoots since they will also receive in recognition additional City of Graz vouchers and a TU Graz hoodie. The
faces from the previous campaigns are almost everywhere: in TU Graz’s web presence, in the Intranet TU4U, in print publications such as the TU Graz Annual Report, the information folder, Facts & Figures, study brochures and even on trains, billboards and flags.
Do you want to take part, too? At the end of September 2020 there will be another chance to be the face of TU Graz.
The first photo shoot featuring the winners was held in November 2019 together with a professional photographer and make-up artist. Portrait photos and group pictures were taken. In the new year, too, joint photo shoots with the seven winners are on the programme – this time featuring scenes of study, research and the campus areas.
... our faces represent TU Graz online and offline for one year?
... our faces take part in professional photo and film shootings?
... our faces will receive City of Graz vouchers and TU Graz promotional articles as a small thank-you?
... there will be another chance to be the face of TU Graz soon?
Communications and Marketing
I am studying at TU Graz...
… because I've always been interested in the effects of spaces and buildings on people's lives.
Theresa Schürrer, 20 | Architecture
… because I'm interested in the industrial implementation of chemical processes – and the challenge of protecting the environment.
Lukas Müllwisch, 23 | Chemical and Process Engineering; Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering
… because topics such as automation technology have fascinated me for a long time and the study of electrical engineering opens up many career opportunities, for example in the field of renewable energy.
Lisa Thieme, 18 | Electrical Engineering
… computer science gives you the tools to solve real world problems and to see the results first-hand.
Elliot Koh Jing Yao, 27 | Computer Science
… because we deal with natural materials, natural resources and the natural environment – which means that every project is as unique as nature is. That's what I love!
Keivin Nikolli, 26 | Geotechnical and Hydraulic Engineering
… because I'm excited to be involved in the development of new technologies, processes and materials.
Barbara Glanzer, 25 | Doctoral School of Physics
… because I want to solve techno-economic problems and make a valuable contribution to our society.
Andreas Kohlweiss, 28 | Doctoral School of Techno-Economics