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HNU con­grat­u­lates alumna Eva Treu on her new of­fice as Dis­trict Ad­min­is­trator of Neu-Ulm

06.02.2024, Uni­versity News :

Since 31 January, Eva Treu has been in charge of the Neu-Ulm district as its new district administrator - the first woman to hold this post. The CSU politician succeeds Thorsten Freudenberger, who has become a member of the Bavarian state parliament. Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) can congratulate an alumna: Eva Treu has graduated from the industrial engineering degree programme offered jointly with Ulm University of Applied Sciences (THU) at HNU.

From 2012 to 2016, Eva Treu studied the cooperative degree programme in Industrial Engineering and Management, which she completed with a Bachelor of Engineering. During her studies, she took part in BayernMentoring - a support programme in which experienced experts from the business world pass on practical tips for the professional future to female students - at HNU. Eva Treu had an industrial engineer from Gundelfingen at her side as a mentor for two semesters. She then became a junior mentor for first-year female students at HNU.

After completing her Master's degree, the industrial engineer specialising in logistics and renewable energies worked on various start-up projects. She also worked in this field as a research assistant at Biberach University of Applied Sciences until immediately before her election.

New tasks now await Eva Treu, who has been active in local politics in Neu-Ulm since 2020: as district administrator, she will shape the future of the district over the next six years.

"With Eva Treu, the district of Neu-Ulm is in the best hands: She stands for innovation, is well networked and has a wide range of commitments. HNU is looking forward to working with her in the future - in the region and for the region," said HNU President Prof Dr Uta M. Feser, congratulating her on her election. "I wish our District Administrator every success in her new role, a steady hand and always the courage to break new ground."