Prof. Felix Vetter Receives the 2024 Teaching Award of the Business Administration Departmental Student Committee

The prize, traditionally awarded by the student committee, honors business administration faculty members who have made a significant contribution to teaching through innovative teaching methods and exceptional commitment.

“Congratulations to Prof. Vetter on this well-deserved recognition,” says Dean Joachim Lutz. “His innovative and dedicated teaching has had a lasting impact on our students. I am confident that he will continue to enrich the academic development of our faculty in the future.”

Prof. Vetter's commitment is particularly evident in several aspects:

  • Enthusiasm and commitment: with his enthusiasm and dedication, Prof. Vetter has made the course ACC 301 one of the most popular subjects in the first semester.
  • Motivating teaching style: His exciting lecture style and ability to motivate students have sparked interest in a subject often perceived as uninteresting.
  • Structured support: Well-organized lectures and comprehensive teaching materials have significantly reduced stress for students at the beginning of their studies.
  • Individual attention: His willingness and ability to consider individual questions and concerns have left a lasting positive impression.
  • Practical application: Prof. Vetter's inclusion of practical examples made the relevance of the material clear.

The award is based on student feedback collected through surveys. This year, the award was presented by Hubertus Kalvelage, spokesperson of the Business Administration Student Committee, and Aleksandra Apostolova, Head of Teaching and Dialogue of the Business Administration Student Committee.

Congratulations on the award!