Bochum. As every semester, the prizes for the fastest and slowest exam correction were awarded to the respective lecturers. Since the summer semester 2014, these prizes have been awarded to the lecturers every six months by the student council.
Prof. Dr. Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner (2nd from left) won the golden red pencil for the correction of the inorganic chemistry exam III at the second date. She and her doctoral students needed only 5 hours and 25 minutes to correct the exam sheets in the lecture hall and publish the results in eCampus.
Prof. Dr. Wolfram Sander (on the right, archive photo) has just as confidently secured the golden alarm clock for the correction of organic chemistry III for the third time since the introduction of the prize. As an old-school lecturer, Prof. Sander insists on correcting all the exams he has set personally, so that the correction naturally takes longer.