Branch Committee

Branch Organiser: Marion Seitz

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Marion Seitz

Kassel
Germany
E-Mail: mainland.europe@ougs.org

I have started studying at the OU in 2006 and got my BSc in Geosciences in 2013. My main interests lie in the field of climatology and planetary sciences. I'm working in the PR department of the German YMCA.

I have completed a MSc in Sustainable Mountain Development in May 2018. This was also a distance learning programme, but not at The Open University, but at the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI).

Newsletter Editor: Eva Menge

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Treasurer & Librarian: Terry Warrington

Labrarian
Terry Warrington

Niederkruchten-Elmpt,
Germany

Completed OU Qualifications: BSc(Open)
(Past courses: S102, S236, S268, S267, S330, S339, 206, DT210, and T265).
Diploma in Environmental Policy
Diploma in Earth Sciences
A general interest in all things geological, possibly leaning towards volcanics and hard rocks.

Webmaster: Gisela Lunkwitz

Webmaster
Gisela Lunkwitz

Berlin
Germany

Born 1950, I'm happily retired from my work as system and database administrator for Berlin's administration. After gaining the German equivalent of a MBA in my younger years and picking up rocks since childhood, I started 2010 at the OU with mostly geology related courses and graduated in Natural Sciences in 2016.

Francoise Chalot-Prat

France

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Fiona Till

Fiona Till
Fiona Till

Hamburg
Germany

I’m hoping to get my BSc (Open) by 2017.

(Past courses: T172, S180, S182, S175, S276, S216, S330, S339 and a Cert in Biological Recording from the University of Birmingham. Currently S250.)

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Dave Kopsch

webmaster
Dave Kopsch

Zurich
Switzerland

Around since 1941, lived most of my first 15 years in north London, then took to agriculture and progressed in a natural way to computer programming and systems analysis.
Past OU-courses: T171, M206, M301, M360, S103, S260 and S283.
Favourite place Rossbeigh Strand, Co. Kerry; other favourites include the Guinness which follows the 7 mile walk around the strand, rocks and rocky places, such as the Valle Maggia, Ticino.

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