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July 14, 2014, 6 p.m.
“Corporate Power, Economic Democracy and Christian Social Ethics – US-American Perspectives”
Lecture by Prof. Dr. Gary Dorrien, Reinhold Niebuhr Professor of Social Ethics at Union Theological Seminary and Professor of Religion, Columbia University, New York
Venue: Evangelische Akademie Frankfurt, Römerberg 9, Frankfurt am Main
Admission fee: 5 Euro (reduced fee on request)
Program and registration

T-TIP: Get Informed! Get Involved! Submit your ideas by June 20, 2014.
The U.S. Mission to Germany Public Affairs Section (PAS) is soliciting proposals from not-for-profit, non-governmental organizations, think tanks, and academic institutions that focus on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP). The goal is to keep our publics informed about the negotiations and offer meaningful opportunities to shape the respective negotiating objectives.

August 4-8, 2014
American Sports Camp
Venue: SC 1880 Frankfurt, Feldgerichtstrasse 29, 60320 Frankfurt
For boys and girls aged 8 to 17.€ 105 per person, T Shirt included (Lunch € 5.00/day)
Five days of American sports – Football, Baseball, Basketball, Lacrosse - A new sport every day. On the last day games in all four sports. Join us for sports and fun.
Register at or 069 - 5600 5788 or

September 2014
Ideas and Innovation Forum Frankfurt - Fostering the Spirit of Entrepreneurship
How to be a successful entrepreneur – Apply now:

The U.S. Consulate General in Frankfurt invites you to participate in this special program under the patronage of U.S. Ambassador to Germany John B. Emerson.

Entrepreneurial spirit is a key driver of economic growth and success. It is not just about crafting the right economic policy; it’s about creating a climate in which ideas and innovation can flourish. One of the best ways to transform innovative ideas into thriving companies is to share knowledge within communities, across countries, and around the world.  There are many instances of how German and American innovators, scientists, and students have worked together to shape the world we live in.  We would like to expand this German-American community of entrepreneurs by exploring some of the ways they have turned great ideas into great companies – on both sides of the Atlantic. 

Here’s how you can join us:

1. Follow with us the MOOC “Developing Innovative Ideas for New Companies: The First Step in Entrepreneurship” run by Dr. James V. Green from the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute at the University of Maryland.  The course runs from June 30 to August 11.  It is free; there is no fee to participate.

Register here:

And sign up here so that we can share ideas and build a community:

2. Take part in four facilitated networking sessions, site visits, and discussions with fellow MOOC participants and innovators.  Learn something about the Frankfurt startup ecosystem.

3. Finish the course, receive a certificate, and have the chance to present your ideas after the 6-week program to industry experts and experienced entrepreneurs at the closing meeting.

Interested? Send a short motivational email to us at

Questions? Please contact: Dr. Kirsten Gerstner, U.S. Consulate General Frankfurt,Public Affairs at 069-7535-8824 or the above email or Anastasia Kluter, Facilitator for the project, at 


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