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The sciences of the STEM spectrum (mathematics, computer science, natural sciences, technology) are of utmost importance for social education, art, culture as well as business and industry - for example in the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals of Agenda 2030 ("17 SDG Goals") adopted in 2015.
By establishing a MINT Hub at the University of Kassel, we promote and encourage exchange between the university and non-university partners in this range of subjects. We enter into a lively and creative dialogue within the university, regionally, nationally and internationally and even go one step further: In our project doKuMINTa , we also include art - in the broadest sense - and thus support the innovative approach of a holistic MIN(K)T education. We, that is all MINT-enthusiastic employees in the MINT Hub.
The MINT Hub is funded by the state of Hesse as part of the University of Kassel's profile budget with just under one million euros until the end of 2023 with an extension until 2025. The doKuMINTa project as a cross-structure was financially supported by the Donors' Association for the Promotion of Sciences and Humanities in Germany and the Daimler Fund in 2021 and 2022.