The 1 December lecture and discussion at the Unipark, on the occasion of the retirement of Roman Hummel, University Professor of Journalism Research, were devoted to the professional future and perspective of journalism. The theme was "Hat der Journalismus eine Zukunft? - Inhalte, Arbeitsbedingungen und Berufsprofil ".
AK-Wissenschaftspreis for University Students and Graduates
"New insights for a more fair and future-oriented society" - under this motto
the AK Salzburg presented science and sponsorship funding prizes.
Seventeen prize winners were awarded in four categories, including 10 graduates and students from the University of Salzburg.
Cultural Fund Prize 2016: Ernst Hanisch Honored for Lifetime Achievement
At the end of November, Mayor Heinz Schaden presented the City of Salzburg's cultural prize for exceptional achievements in the fields of art and science at the TriBühne Lehen. The historian Ernst Hanisch was honored for his life’s work, for his essential contributions to the reconstruction of the history of the city of Salzburg in national socialism.
AK-Wissenschaftspreis OÖ Awarded: "Work is Half of Life"
Markus Ellmer, University Assistant of the Department of Human Resource Management, Department of Social and Economic Sciences, has received one of the three Academy of Science and Humanities awards in 2016.
10 – 15 December: International Ski Congress at St. Christoph am Arlberg
At the seventh "International Congress on Science and Skiing (ICSS)" in St. Christoph am Arlberg, organized by the Department of Sports and Kinesiology/USI at the University of Salzburg, numerous renowned scientists present the most important research results from Alpine and Nordic skiing with 103 presentations and 63 scientific posters.
The University Library Salzburg 2016. From 1 to 24 December, the University Library in Hofstallgasse and the online Advent Calendar open a window every day and present book hints by librarians from the University Library of Salzburg.
16 December: Lecture with Christian Göbel— Propaganda, Petitions and Big Data: Regulation in China in the 21st Century
The Chinese governmental system is undergoing a rapid modernization process. After the switch to the computerized administration, the Chinese government is now planning to predict the needs of individual citizens in government services with the help of Big Data Analysis.
15 December: Lecture Series "Politics, History & Culture"
In 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, 15 December, 17:00, HS 381, GESWI, Rudolfskai 42. All who are interested are welcome!