University –ADMINISTRATION  AND  SERVICE FACILITIES

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There are approximately 900 people working in administration at the University of Salzburg. The so-called “general staff” ensures the efficient operation and organisation of the teaching and research activities for around 1,900 scientists and researchers and 18,000 students. The employees are operational in the central administration areas, as well as in individual departments.

Service Facilities

The core functions of the service facilities include the administration of the study programmes, the provision of IT services, the maintenance of the university buildings and all personnel and financial matters. The University Library provides access to some 2.4 million media (books, e-books, audiovisual, etc.). In addition, many other facilities such as Quality Management, Research Service, Flexible Learning, International Relations and Public Relations all make important contributions toward the success of the University.

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    A lawyer and two researchers from the scientific discipline won the Young Investigator Awards. They were presented during the Day of the University.
    The University Council approved the proposals of the designated Rector Hendrik Lehnert, and chose Nicola Hüsing, Katja Hutter, Barbara Romauer and Martin Weichbold as the new Vice-Rectors. The new Rectorate will start work on 1 October, 2019.
    In a ceremony on the "Day of the University" yesterday, Rector Heinrich Schmidinger bade farewell. Previously, he had discussed with his successor Hendrik Lehnert on the past, present and future of the Paris Lodron University Salzburg.
    Titanenwurz - One of the most spectacular plants in the world is about to flower.
    Thanks to a generous legacy on the part of Herrn Kurt Zopf, the University of Salzburg is endowing the €10,000.00 Kurt Zopf Prize for habilitated members of organizational units of the University, which include the fields of Humanities, Cultural and / or Social Sciences, Law or Theology.
    The Botanical Garden invites you to a free guided tour! Meeting point: entrance to the Botanical Garden. Duration: about two hours. The tours takes place in all weather conditions. Botanical Garden, Hellbrunnerstrasse 34.
    The continuing education offer for committed teachers and interested parties in the new compact conference format in the Großen Universitätsaula Salzburg. Register now and learn how to make children and adolescents feel secure!
    Prof. Dr. Andreas Nehring (FAU Erlangen) will hold a Public Lecture on Monday, 17 June, 2019, ay 17:00 in HS 103 of the Faculty of Catholic Theology (Universitätsplatz 1, Salzburg, 3rd floor)
    The Botanical Garden invites you to a free guided tour! Meeting point: Entrance to the Botanical Garden. Duration: approximately one hour. The tour will take place in all weather conditions. Botanical Garden, Hellbrunnerstrasse 34.
    Thu 27 JUNE, 18:00: FINAL EVENT OF THE PROGRAM KUNSTPOLEMIK – POLEMIKKUNST // KunstQuartier|Bergstr. 12a |W&K-Atelier, 1. OG // www.w-k.sbg.ac.at/de/kunstpolemik-polemikkunst
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  • 17.06.19 NaWi Antrittsvorlesungen Professorin Simone Pokrant und Professor Nathan Weisz
    17.06.19 Public Lecture Prof. Nehring: Populäre Spiritualität – Achtsamkeit als neue Religion?
    18.06.19 Salzburger Apotheker-Kräutergarten
    18.06.19 5 (ein Resümee)
    18.06.19 W&K-Forum "5" (ein Resümee): Podiumsdiskussion, Buchpräsentation, Musik und Buffet
    19.06.19 Polemik im Dienst der guten Sache? Robert Menasses Hallstein-Zitate und der Streit über die europäische Einigung
    19.06.19 Sprachwandel R/Evolution von unsichtbarer Hand ?
    19.06.19 Karnivore Pflanzen
    23.06.19 Die Familie der Rötegewächse: Botanisches und Spannendes
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