Hermann Nientiedt - Chairperson of the Board of Trustees

Prof. Gisela Engeln-Müllges, Chairperson of the Board of Trustees
(Foto FH Münster/Katharina Kipp)

Hermann Nientiedt is on the Board of Trustees of FH Münster for the position of Social Affairs / Non-Profit Enterprise.

Before retiring, Nientiedt was Chief Executive Officer of the Klinikverbund Westmünsterland gGmbH and has been a member of the University Council since 2013. The 68-year-old was one of the first students to study business at the then newly established FH Münster. The focus of his professional activities was on leading positions in the healthcare sector.

Ruprecht Polenz - Deputy chairperson of the Board of Trustees

Ruprecht Polenz commands the post of Politics, Culture and International Affairs. The CDU politician has been a member of the German Bundestag since 1994. Among other things, the jurist is chairman of the ZDF television council, and a member of the supervisory board of the Center for International Peace Operations, the board of trustees of the Deutsches Orient-Institut Hamburg and the permanent research group for fundamental political issues of the Central Committee of German Catholics.


Prof. Dr. Hans Effinger (FH Münster)

As a faculty member of the Board of Trustees, Professor Dr. Hans Effinger represents the engineering sciences. Since 1993, he has been a professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, representing the areas of Applied Computer Science and Mathematics.

The physicist can draw on many years of involvement as the dean and vice dean of the department. He has served as the spokesperson for the Steinfurt Campus of Münster University of Applied Sciences, a member of the Senate Commission for University Planning and Finance, and, from 1998 to 2013, as a Member of the Departmental Executive Committee.

Prof. Dr. Anne Friedrichs

(Foto HS Gesundheit/Jürgen Nobel)

Prof. Dr. Anne Friedrichs has joined as an external member for the position of University and Research. Friedrichs holds a doctorate in law and initially accepted a professorship at the University of Applied Sciences in Emden. From 2002 to 2006, she held the office of President of the University of Applied Sciences Oldenburg/Ostfriesland/Wilhelmshaven. Following further posts, she was a member of the Scientific Commission of the German Council of Science and Humanities from 2009 to 2015, as well as founding president of the Bochum University of Applied Sciences and subsequently its president until 2019. The 67-year-old retired in 2020.

Prof. Dr. Barbara Hahn

Prof. Dr. Barbara Hahn represents the Science and Research position.

The physicist taught in the Department of Mathematics and Technology at the Rhine-Ahr Campus Remagen of Koblenz University. From 2012 to February 2017, she was dean of the department. From March 2017, she was the central equal opportunities officer at Koblenz University. Hahn retired in March 2021.

The Lise Meitner Fellow has already worked for EXXON Research & Engineering Company in New Jersey (USA) and the Institute for Applied Physics, ETH Zurich, among others.


Magdalena Münstermann

Magdalena Münstermann represents business, technology and owner-managed companies on the Board of Trustees. Münstermann is an authorised officer and Head of Purchasing at Bernd Münstermann GmbH & Co. KG in Telgte-Westbevern. She was the initiator and the inspiration for "School and Commerce - the Telgter Model" - a multi-award winning practice-oriented model for linking schools and business.

Münstermann was awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany by the Federal President in 2013.


Jens Röttgering

(Foto Hengst SE)

Jens Röttgering is on the Board of Trustees for the position of Business, Technology and Large Companies. Röttgering is the owner of the Hengst Group and has chaired the Board of Directors since May 2021. The 51-year-old joined the family business in 2002 as the third generation. Prior to that, the business graduate worked as an assistant to the Executive Board at Jungheinrich AG and as a sales and marketing manager in the USA. He studied business administration at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU).

Prof. Dr. Petra Teitscheid (FH Münster)

As a faculty member of the Board of Trustees, Professor Dr. Petra Teitscheid represents the area of Sustainability Research.

The professor at the Department of Food ∙ Nutrition ∙ Facilities of FH Münster also currently serves on the advisory boards of Global Nachhaltige Kommune and the City of Münster's MünsterZukünfte 20|30|50 project. As a representative of science, she has been and continues to be closely connected with the formation of policy, such as the development of North Rhine-Westphalia's Sustainability Strategy, the Roundtable against Food Waste in North Rhine-Westphalia, and the federal government's Expert Forum on Sustainable Management. As a spokesperson of the economy for the common good, she is deeply involved in achieving the sustainable transformation of the economic and social system in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the United Nations.

As a professor of business, a former senator, dean and vice dean for her department, and as a member of the Data Processing Committee, Professor Teitscheid is able to look back on a wide range of experience in university self-government. Since 2009, she has also directed the Institute of Sustainable Nutrition and Food Production (iSuN) of FH Münster.

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