Jurgen Ewert

Headshot of Jurgen EwertJürgen was born in 1949 and grew up in a small village near the Baltic Sea in East Germany. After finishing school in 1968 he studied electrical engineering at the Technical University of Ilmenau in the south of East Germany. In 1972 Jürgen started his work life as a design engineer at a large company in East Berlin, and in 1985 he joined the Academy of Science in Berlin-Adlershof. Jürgen had an opportunity to travel to the United States in August 1989, shortly before the wall in East Berlin fell that November. Jürgen lives in Woodstock, Vermont.


Course Title: The State of Humanity (Winter Term 2023)
Participant Testimonials:

This was a highly interactive course, with discussions providing input on subject and personal experience and opinion. It helped clarifying my own perspective on many aspects of the subject.

Mr. Ewert's knowledge mainly comes from his online research, deep personal thoughtfulness, and a desire to find reasonable answers to essential questions. His patience, humor, and passion were experienced in every class. His attitude can be best described as “Let’s explore these issues together.” In doing so, he creates an enjoyable learning environment.

Course Title: Treasure Chest or Pandora’s Box? I.T. in Our Life (Winter Term 2022)
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I learned a lot from the class about a variety of issues and problems with IT in the world and in my life.

In a target rich environment (IT) Jürgen hit all the all the right spots

Course Title: The Old and the New Cold War (Winter Term 2019)
Participant Testimonials:

Great topic for a course on modern history. The interest aroused showed in the active participation of the students.

Jurgen did a tremendous amount of research to bring together so many elements of the Cold War. His use of technology to show news clips and documentary clips added much to the presentation.


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