KinderUNI Salzburg 2015 - University of Salzburg, Mozarteum and FH Salzburg
What is a mummy? How do plants communicate with each other? How many languages and scripts there are in the world? At the KinderUNI, held on 8 and 9 April, 2015, interested children and young people attended workshops and lectures and visited various stations where they were able to experience science first-hand.
Prof. Dr. Josef Estermann / Luzern (visiting professor at the Centre for Intercultural Theology and Study of Religions) will speak on the subject: Andine Theologie – Herausforderungen an die europäische akademische Theologie.
Which European Union? Europe after the Euro Crisis by Sergio Fabbrini (LUISS School of Government, Rome)
18.5.2015 - 18.00 Uhr, Europasaal, Edmundsburg: Sergio Fabbrini argues that the European Union is made up of states pursuing different aims, rather than simply moving in the same direction at different speeds.
This summer semester, the University of Salzburg and the University of Linz are offering the joint lecture series, "Disability Studies", which will take place in Salzburg 8-9 May and in Linz 29-30 May, 2015. Researchers and cultural workers present from current work and deal with the phenomenon of disability in the context of participation, inclusion, representation, art and cultural forms in Austria.
In its annual selection meeting, The Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) chose the material scientist, Nicola Hüsing, as a full member, and the Geoinformatic, Thomas Blaschke, and the Romanist Christopher F. Laferl , as corresponding members.