This week marks the start of the lecture series "Politics, History & Culture: Austria in the 20th and 21st Centuries" organized by the Department of History. The lectures takes place on Thursdays from 17:00 to 19:00 in HS 381, GESWI, Rudolfskai 42. All who are interested are welcome!
Dominik van Aaken - New Professor at the Department of Social and Economic Sciences
As of Winter Semester 2016/17, Dominik van Aaken is awarded a professorship at the Department of Social and Economic Sciences at the Law Faculty of the University of Salzburg. His lectures deal with "business management theory with a focus on strategic management and organization".
On 24 October, 2016, the lecture series of the Department of History in the Winter Semester 2016/17 begins with the lecture of Peter F. Kramml (City Archives, Salzburg) and Prof. Reinhold Reith (Economic, Social and Environmental History): "Die Spänglers. Eine Salzburger Kaufmannsfamilie des 18. Jahrhunderts". The lectures are held on Monday, from 17:15 to 18:45, in the HS 380 (Rudolfskai 42). We would like to welcome all interested parties!
25 October: Opening Lecture, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Anne Koch - Religious Studies
HS 101 of the Faculty of Catholic Theology (Universitätsplatz 1, Salzburg, EG) - Subject: Von Abwehr bis Wiederkehr - Religionswissenschaftliche Anmerkungen zu Religion heute When: 25 October, 2016, 11:00.
As of 29 October: Insights into the Language Work for Volunteers
Since the demand for linguistic support for asylum seekers continues to be high, the Sprachenzentrum, in co-operation with the ÖDaF and the Department of German Studies, is again offering a workshop series for volunteers in the Winter Semester.
Successful kick-off event of the Doctoral College, "Biomolecules - Structure, Function and Regulation"
Presented to the public in the Auditorium of the Grünen Hörsaal on 17 October, the opening ceremony of the new Doctorate School PLUS course "Biomolecules: structure, function and regulation" was filled to capacity.
The 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!