Univ.Asst. Dr. Paul Keckeis receives the Wendelin Schmidt-Dengler-Prize 2016 from the Austrian Society for German Studies (ÖGG) for his dissertation in the field of German Studies.
Die Auswahl der Preisträgerin/des Preisträgers erfolgt durch den Vorstand der ÖGG auf der Grundlage von Fachgutachten und wird den Repräsentanten des BMWF und der Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien zur Kenntnis gebracht. Der Preis ist nach dem 2008 verstorbenen österreichischen Literaturwissenschaftler Wendelin Schmidt-Dengler benannt. Schmidt-Dengler war Vorstand des Instituts für Germanistik der Universität Wien, Leiter des Literaturarchivs der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek.The University of Salzburg (Faculty of Communication Science) has offered an English-language Master’s degree in "Digital Communication Leadership" since October, 2016, jointly with the Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark and Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). The two-year Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD ) iIs co-financed by the European Union with up to 15 scholarships awarded annually.
Mehr erfahrenAll students or graduates of the University of Salzburg in search of their first job or an internship can find their future employer here. Location: Residenz zu Salzburg, Residenzplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg.
Mehr erfahrenUniv.Asst. Dr. Paul Keckeis receives the Wendelin Schmidt-Dengler-Prize 2016 from the Austrian Society for German Studies (ÖGG) for his dissertation in the field of German Studies.
Mehr erfahrenThe University of Salzburg offers a variety of postgraduate university programs. The offer is continually updated and is geared to the needs of professionals who want to expand their know-how on the basis of a high-level scientific education.
Mehr erfahrenThe new calendar ,"Himalaya 2017", is a project from EcoHimal and can be used for 30 Euro plus shipping costs at ecohimal office [at] ecohimal (p) org. The proceeds will benefit the educational project for street children and orphans of war. EcoHimal was founded 25 years ago by Kurt Luger, Division Head and Manager of the Abteilung Transkulturelle Kommunikationheute.
Mehr erfahrenEight student teachers from the University of Salzburg have received a certificate for the completion of the basic module of the study supplement "Bewegtes Lernen".
Mehr erfahrenThe almost one hundred meters deep bay of Villefranche-sur-Mer on the Cote d’Azur (France) is known for its diversity of planktonic organisms. As early as the 19th century, the Swiss university professor, Hermann Fol (1854-1892), was the first to describe various species of fascinating tintins (ciliates).
Mehr erfahrenProfessional feedback on your resume - free CV-Check at Unipark on 23 November. As long as there are still vacancies, registration will be possible through the Career Center by email to career [at] sbg.ac (p) at, subject "CV-Check".
Mehr erfahrenIn WS 2016/17, the Department of History has organized the lecture series "Die Spänglers. Eine Salzburger Kaufmannsfamilie des 18. Jahrhunderts". The lectures are held on Mondays from 17:15 to 18:45, HS 380, Rudolfskai 42. All interested persons are welcome! Next date: 7 November, Prof. Reinhold Reith, Economic, Social and Environmental History on the theme "Familie, Haushalt und Handlungen - Akteure, Netzwerke und Strategien".
Mehr erfahrenOn Wednesday, 9 November, 2016, a guest lecture by Dr. Karl Homann will take place in HS 206, Churfürststraße 1, 1st floor, from 10:00 - 11.30.
Mehr erfahrenThe reception will take place on Wednesday, 9 November, 2016, at the Faculty of Catholic Theology, Universitätsplatz 1 (Salzburg), at 18:15 in the Kollegienkirche (Religionsverbindende Prayer - designed by the Afro-Asian Institute Salzburg) 19:00 Reception in HS 101 of the Faculty of theology (Universitätsplatz 1, EG)
Mehr erfahrenIn 2006 the Bachelor’s degree in engineering sciences, in cooperation with the Technical University of Munich at the University of Salzburg, was introduced as a result of the increasing demand for high-quality university graduates who are technically and scientifically advanced. The Department of Chemistry and Physics of Materials invites you to an anniversary event in the AUDIMAX of the NW Faculty on 9 November, 2016.
Mehr erfahrenA handwritten collection of Salzburg’s oldest cooking recipes from the late medieval period at the Salzburg University Library.
Mehr erfahrenUniv.- Rudolf Mosler, will introduce the 2nd Rechtsdidaktik Symposium in Austria with his main lecture "Mehr oder weniger Praxisorientierung in der JuristInnenausbildung? ". Dates: from 9 to 10 November, 2016, at the University of Salzburg.
Mehr erfahrenThe sociologist and researcher, Michael Hartmann, in conversation with Standard Editor-in-Chief, Alexandra Föderl-Schmid, and Renata Schmidtkunz, Ö1, on the topic "Es gibt keine internationalen Wirtschaftseliten".
Mehr erfahrenThe lecture series "Total Immersion - Spiritual Travel" by the Department of Sociology and Cultural Studies, in cooperation with the Master’s Program, Religious Studies, begins at the start of the Winter Semester. Lecture dates are on Wednesdays from 13:15 to 14:45, GESWI, Rudolfskai 42, HS 387. All interested persons are welcome! The next date is 9 November.
Mehr erfahrenIn the Winter Semester 2016/17, the Department of History has organized a series of lectures on "Politics, History & Culture: Austria in the 20th and 21st Centuries". Next lecture: Thursday, 10 November, 17:00, HS 381, GESWI, Rudolfskai 42, with Verena Lorber. Topic: "Labor Migrants in Austria". All who are interested are welcome!
Mehr erfahrenThe IFFB Sport- & Bewegungswissenschaft / USI and the Uni 55-PLUS of the University of Salzburg have organized a series of lectures on "The Body in Postmoderne - Between Disembodiment and Body Awareness" in WS 2016/17. Lecture dates are Wednesdays from 16:15 to 17:45, at the Max-Gandolph-Library. Next lecture: 16 November, "From asceticism to orgasm constraint" with H.J. Sander, and "Kaiserwanne - body treatments in postmoderne", with K. Hahn.
Mehr erfahrenThe spectacular travels of Zheng He to the Indian Ocean have been exploited by the Chinese media for various purposes for quite some time. The historian, Zheng He, not only fought for Buddhist and Confucian ideals, but at the same time was a Muslim and also helped spread the so-called Mazu cult. The latter had its roots in the coastal province of Fujian, and was also "politically" conquered, ie, by the state, during certain periods and for certain purposes.
14.11 .: "What can we foresee? Possibilities and limitations of data science and statistics" - Panorama: UNIWith Arne Bathke, mathematician / statistician. What means and possibilities do democracies have to respond adequately to the current terrorist attacks in Paris or, more recently, in Istanbul and Brussels’ Do we need new laws’ Do we need new agreements between countries?
Mehr erfahrenIn the public Lise-Meitner-Lecture, the physicist Prof. Petra Schwille from the Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Martinsried, speaks on 17 November, at 18:00 in the AudiMax on the topic ‘Ist Leben konstruierbar’’
Mehr erfahrenThe Salzburg Society of Psychology invites you to attend a Lecture (in English) with Alice Eagly, Northwestern University. Date: 16 November. Time: 16:15. Location: Hörsaal 402, Hellbrunnerstr. 32.
18 - 19 November: Conference "Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Academic Honors: Contemporary History and Law in Discussion"Conference in the Unipark Nonntal, Hörsaal E.002 Agnes Muthspiel 18-19 November, 2016 - Organizer: Department of History of the University of Salzburg - Head: Priv.-Doz. Dr. Alexander Pinwinkler (University of Salzburg), Priv.-Doz. Dr. Johannes Koll (Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration)
From 09:00 am to 17:00: Workshop with lectures and discussion (with Robert Matthias Erdbeer, Per Leo, Linda Simonis, Jenny Willner). 19:00: Guest lecture with Thomas Macho (IFK Internationales Forschungszentrum KulturwissenschaftenKunstuniversität Linz in Wien), Atelier in the Kunstquartier (Bergstraße 12a, 1st floor). Information: www.w-k.sbg.ac.at/kunstpolemik-polemikkunst/aktuelles
Mehr erfahrenThe 7th meeting of the Salzburg interdisciplinary discourse will take place on the 24th and 25th of November, 2016, at the NAWI (HS 402 or the Dean’s Conference Hall, Hellbrunnerstrasse 34, Salzburg).
07.11.16Haushaltsbücher als Quelle der Sozial- , Wirtschaftsund Kulturgeschichte
08.11.16"Due Diligence-Prüfungen" bei der unentgeltlichen und entgeltlichen Betriebsübertragung: rechtliche und betriebswirtschaftliche Chancen und Risiken
08.11.16W&K-Forum: Kulturentwicklungsplan Salzburg: Strategien, Herausforderungen und Chancen