02.12.2019

Graduation and Doctoral Thesis Celebration on 27 November, 2019

On Wednesday, the 27th of November, 2019, the University of Salzburg warmly congratulated 56 graduates who celebrated their graduations and/or completions of doctoral theses.

Rechtswissenschaften

LLB.oec.: Michael Siegl, Ebensee; Oliver Schmiedbauer, Eugendorf; Johannes Egger, Goldegg; Melina Kahaun, Golling; Melanie Seebacher, Gröbming.
Mag.iur.: Jennifer Fischer, Bad Ischl; Jakob Abart LLB.oec., Maria Enzersdorf; Thomas Kaltenleitner, Ottnang; Andrea Raffelsberger, Roidham; Lisa- Maria Petrischor, Salzburg; Gloria Lovric, Traun.
LLM.oec.: Ivana Vukic LLB.oec., Salzburg.
MAS: Manuela Luisa Meusburger B.A., Bludenz.

Kultur-u.Gesellschaftswissenschaften

MEd: Kevin Eckmüller B.Ed.Univ., Windhaag; Roland Grabner B.Ed.Univ., Saalfelden; Josef Höller B.Ed.Univ., Bürmoos; Sofia Odermatt  B.Ed.Univ., Samerberg; Nadzida Mesic-Nuhanovic B.Ed.Univ., Hammerau; Christopher Hinterhauser B.Ed.Univ., Dorfbeuern.
B.Ed.Univ.: Sarah Isabel Püringer, Linz.
BA: Sophie-Marie Hochhauser, Buchkirchen; Julia Huber, Lamprechtshausen; Stephanie Angerer, Salzburg; Melanie Heiss, Scharnitz/Tirol; Karolina Stecher, Schludens Italien.
Mag.phil.: Tanju Celik, Vöcklamarkt; Carina Schöllhammer, Linz; Barbara Plohberger, Grödig; Lisa Pollhammer, Linz; Eva Nedwed, Salzburg; Sandra Prinz, Baumgartenberg; Anna-Maria Griesacker, Oberalm; Julia Gstöttner, Pasching; Elena Gaigg, Wals-Siezenheim.Master of Arts Studium: Sarah Würtinger BA, Aurolzmünster; Judith Eilmannsberger BA, Grieskirchen; Simone Lettner BA BA, Thalgau; Sophia Hannah Schwaighofer BA, Silvana Pani, Salzburg.
Dr.phil.: Mag.rer.nat. Katharina Buchroithner, Linz.
Dr.rer.nat.: Mag.rer.nat. Lisa-Maria Pilotto, Eugendorf.

Naturwissenschaften

B.Ed.Univ.: Alexandra Neumayer, Reichersberg; Francesca Lena Maria Christ, Salzburg; Agnes Maria Lintschinger, Tamsweg.
BSc: Sophie Charlotte Schönamsgruber, Ainring; Markus Dörfler, Inzell; Wolfgang Rainsberger, Krimml; Konrad Graf, Niederalm; Matthias Weigert, Salzburg; Lukas Freutsmiedl, Tyrlaching.
MSc Studium: Anna Maria Ernst BSc, Salzburg; Eva Dovjak BSc, Ohlsdorf.
Dr.rer.nat.: Sandra Grund-Gröschke BSc MSc, Salzburg.
Dr.techn.: Dipl.Ing. Florian Putz B.Eng., Hallein.

Sportwissenschaften

MSc Studium: Isabella Fessl BSc, Hallein.
MSc Lehrgang: Jakob Lainer BSc, Zell am See.

 

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