#TUM4mind 2018

Review of successful days of action "Mental Health" in 2018

Encouraged by TUM alumni Marcel Bischofberger, who was head of the student hotline "Nightline München e.V" at the beginning of 2018, we were able to organize a panel discussion on "Stress and Depression in Studies" in May of the same year.

Thus the participation of more than one hundred students of the TUM and other universities, it became clear to the TUM Junge Akademie that there is too little focus on this particular issue in the public. Together with Dominique de Marné, Marcel Bischofberger and Lasse Münstermann as well as scholarship holders and alumni of the TUM: Junge Akademie we decided to become active. For this purpose, we planned for the first time the action week "Mentalhealth" under the label # TUM4mind. The event took place from November 5th to 9th, 2018 and reached with its creative and public-effective formats thousands, at TUM and beyond.

In 2019, the topic will once again find its place and this time the field of "Study Counseling and School Programs" of TUM with its advisory competence in co-operation with Dominique, Marcel and Lasse will coordinate the action days # TUM4mind. They will happen November 11 to 13, 2019 at TUM main campus in Munich. The program can be found at www.tum.de/tum4mind .


The action week 2018 video [in German]

#TUM4mind 2018 in a review

Information and media about #TUM4MIND:



Monday to Friday - Art Exhibition "Mental Health with a Difference"

Presentation of Instagram accounts dealing with Mental Health (MH).

The MH "scene" on Instagram is quite large and there are numerous accounts that approach the subject in a very creative, unusual, new way.

The exhibition presents a selection of national and international accounts, individuals and organizations.

For each account, five exhibits are presented and an explanation / presentation is given for each account, in which the visitors find out who is behind the pictures.

The exhibits are displayed on the main campus in the showcases along the corridors on the ground floor and first floor.

Monday, November 5th

What you always wanted to ask. People with depression, addiction and borderline share their experiences

Café Lost Weekend

Schellingstraße 3

8 to 10 pm

Tuesday, November 6st

Meet & Greet Coffee2Talk

TUM main campus - Immatrikulationshalle, Arcisstraße 21

10:00 am to 2:00 pm


Open hour

TUM main campus - Service Desk, Arcisstraße 21

1:00 to 3:00 pm


Movie "Arthur & Claire" in cooperation with TU Film

TUM main campus - lecture hall 1200, Arcisstraße 21

8:00 to 10:00 pm

Wednesday, November 7th

Open hour

Service Desk

TUM main campus, Arcisstraße 21

1:00 to 3:00 pm


Panel "Talking is gold"

TUM main campus, lecture hall 2770

7:00 to 9:00 pm

Moderation: Thilo Komma-Pöllath, journalist, author, blogger

Guest at panel:

  • Marcel Bischofberger, affected
  • Dominique de Marné, Mental Health Advocate
  • Lisa, ApK München e.V.
  • Dr. med. Casper Roenneberg (MHBA), chief medical at "Klinik für Psychosomatische Medizin und Psychotherapie", Klinikum Rechts der Isar of TUM
  • Klara Schuster, consultant, Studentenwerk München

Thursday, November 8th

Movie "Perhaps better tomorrow / Vielleicht lieber morgen" in cooperation with TU Film

TUM main campus, lecture hall 1200, Arcisstraße 21

8:00 to 10:00 pm

Friday, November 9th

Workshops: (2:00 to  4:00 pm)

  • Workshop 1: Lern- und Prüfungscoaching - oder wie finde ich meinen eigenen Kompass durchs Studium? 

Bettina Hafner, M.A., M.Sc. Studierenden Service Zentrum (SSZ) Coaching für Studierende

  • Workshop 2: Raus aus dem Kopf - Rein in den Körper: Yoga und Achtsamkeit

Bitte beachten Sie: Wir haben Yogamatten nur in begrenzter Stückzahl zur Verfügung. Wir würden Sie daher bitten, eine eigene Matte und eine Wolldecke zum Workshop mitzubringen. 

Kirsten Bannert, Dipl.-Musiktherap.(FH) Studierenden Service Zentrum (SSZ) Coaching für Studierende

  • Workshop 3: Prävention neu gedacht: Wie NLP dir helfen kann.

Dominique de Marné, Mental Health Advocate und Aaron Zielke, NLP-Coach

  • Workshop 4: Umgang mit Nicht-Sichtbaren Krankheiten (AUSGEBUCHT)

Dr. med. Béatrice Zahn, Assistenzärztin an der Klinik für Psychosomatische Medizin und Psychotherapie am Klinikum Rechts der Isar der TU München und Marcel Bischofberger (M.Sc.), Betroffener



#TUM4MIND was organized by TUM: Junge Akademie. We would like to thank all supporters, in particular the patron of the event, Prof. Dr. med. Peter Henningsen of the TUM School of Medicine, the team of TU Film, the Munich Alliance for Depression and the City of Munich.


Note on photo and video recordings

Please note that at this event will be taken pictures and videos that will be published on the Internet (Twitter, IT blog, Youtube, website). If you do not agree to be filmed or photographed, please contact the organizing team. Of course, if desired, we remove images on which they are recognizable.