"Reading at the University of Salzburg" - places 1-3 have been awarded..
Im Frühjahr 2017 lud die Universitätsbibliothek Salzburg die Studierenden der PLUS Universität Salzburg zu einem Fotowettbewerb unter dem Motto ‘Lesen an der Universität Salzburg’ ein.
Die Plätze 1-3 erzielten: Maximilian Fortner (Platz 1) - Bildtitel: stairs, Kevin Liebing (Platz 2) - Bildtitel: Lesen im Regen, Anastassiya Thoma (Platz 3) - Bildtitel: LeseKollektiv.
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Foto v.l.n.r.: jeweils mit Urkunde: Kevin Liebing, Larissa Weigend im Namen der studentischen "Tanzinitiative" und Maximilian Fortner, Dr.in Ursula Schachl-Raber (Leiterin der Universitätsbibliothek Salzburg); Fotograf: ©Simon HaigermoserThree doctoral students from the University of Salzburg receive scholarships from the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW). The festive ceremony took place on the 9th of June in the ÖAW Festival in Vienna.
Mehr erfahrenOn 23 June, 2017, Verena Lorber received the Maria Matzner Prize for Women for her dissertation "Angeworben. GastarbeiterInnen in Österreich in den 1960er und 1970er Jahren". The prize is awarded by the Association of Social Democratic Academics (BSA) Styria for dissertation projects with aspects of women’s policy, as well as high socio-political impact.
Mehr erfahrenOn 28 June, the children’s town of Mini-Salzburg opened its doors for the 8th time in Salzburg’s Eisarena. Several hundred children aged 7 - 14 stormed "their" city, where they worked, studied and enjoyed their leisure time in the restaurant, the milk bar, the beauty salon, boating and much more with the self-earned money (= Saletti).
Mehr erfahrenPlay computer games, watch TV, become a YouTube star. For children and young people from socially disadvantaged families, media usually have a very important function for helping them cope with their daily lives and with identity formation. This is a central finding that the Salzburg communication scientist, Ingrid Paus-Hasebrink, has drawn from the media socialization study, which has now been completed after 12 years.
Mehr erfahrenAverage rental costs rose by 22% in the city of Salzburg from 2006 to 2016, while purchasing prices rose by 105%. An 80m² apartment in 2006 was valued at nearly 9 times the average annual income, and in 2016, was valued at over 15 times the average annual income. Only a third of the university’s students have a main residence in Salzburg; housing costs play a major role.
Mehr erfahrenIn the winter term 2017/18, a study program will be offered at the University of Salzburg that will make it possible to combine interest in the Romance countries and their languages with an interest in business administration.
Arno Strohmeyer Becomes Scientific Director of the Institute for Contemporary and Contemporary History Research at the Austrian Academy of SciencesUniv. Arno Strohmeyer was appointed Scientific Director of the Institute for Modern Era and Contemporary History (INZ) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. The INZ is the leading non-university institution for the historical exploration of the Habsburg monarchy and the Balkan region.
Mehr erfahrenKatharina Weiser (31), a research associate at the Institute of Administrative and Constitutional Law at the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg, was recently awarded the prize for Federalism and Regional Research in 2017 for her dissertation. The prize was presented on Sunday, 11 June, at the Konferenz der Präsidentinnen und Präsidenten der Landtage Österreichs und Südtirols together with the Institut für Föderalismus in Lochau/Vorarlberg.
Mehr erfahrenCHILDREN’S RIGHTS, as adopted by the United Nations in 1959 and extended to the legally binding Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1989, are at the heart of this year’s International Pedagogical Working Day in Salzburg, which will take place 10 - 14 July. 2017.
Mehr erfahrenThis year’s Week of Higher Education Institutions (Hochschulwochen), which will be held 31 July to 6 August, is devoted to the "public". Program highlights are the award of the theological prize for the life’s work of Eberhard Schockenhoff on 2 August at 19:30, Aula, and an official ceremony with the keynote speaker, sociologist and political scientist, Hartmut Rosa, on 6 August at 10:30 am, Aula.