American Political Science Review, May 2022 issue

The attractiveness of ambiguous political campaigning

The American Political Science Review, a flagship journal in political science, has published the paper “Ambiguous platforms and correlated preferences: Experimental Evidence” by Alexander K. Wagner (PLUS) and colleagues Juha Tolvanen (U Vienna) and James Tremewan (HSE). 

12 May 2022
Maria Farantouri

Live-Konzert mit Maria Farantouri

8 June 2022: To kick off the symposion, the famous singer Maria Farantouri will perform at the SONGS THAT MADE HISTORY … FOR DEMOCRATIC VALUES, SOCIETY AND HUMANKIND concert in the “Großen Universitätsaula” of the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg.

12 May 2022
Bild: SN/Anna Boschner

Two doctoral students from the Department of Mathematics attract the attention of the media with their project

How to motivate girls to enter technical professions? By encouraging them to start training their spatial thinking in the early school years. There is now a new learning platform with this goal in mind. Read more in the press article of the Austrian daily newspaper “Salzburger Nachrichten” (in German).

09 May 2022