The First "Alumni Lecture" with Ambassador Launsky-Tieffenthal

Foto: Alumni Club

Foto: Alumni Club

On 22 March, 2017, the first "Alumni Lecture" took place during the series of Salzburg Lectures. In doing so, outstanding graduates from the University of Salzburg were invited to comment on current topics.

Die Reihe wurde mit einem Vortrag von Botschafter Mag. Peter Launsky-Tieffenthal, der im Außenministerium in der Sektion Entwicklungszusammenarbeit tätig ist, eröffnet. Launsky-Tieffenthal erörterte Fragen über die aktuellen Migrationsströme nach Europa und führte deutlich vor Augen, dass Ereignisse in anderen Teilen der Welt unmittelbare Auswirkungen auf unser tägliches Leben haben können. Es entwickelte sich eine lebhafte Diskussion mit dem Publikum, das sich sehr interessiert an den Erfahrungen und Erlebnissen von Botschafter Launsky-Tieffenthal zeigte. Die ‘Alumni Lecture’ fand in den schönen Räumlichkeiten von Schloss Arenberg statt, in die der Präsident des Alumni-Clubs Konsul Dr. Rudolf Aichinger geladen hatte.

Foto (v.l.n.r.): Mag. Hermann Wielandner, Vizerektorin Sylvia Hahn, Botschafter Peter Launsky-Tieffenthal und Alumni-Präsident Dr. Rudolf Aichinger

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