Continuing Education Forum 20.10.2016
The Faculty of Management and Economics continuing education forum builds on the long-standing tradition of close collaboration between secondary schools in Carinthia and the Faculty of Management and Economics in the areas of professional dialogue and continuing education.
The event also enables more intensive networking among colleagues working in relevant fields. Current topics in the fields of economics and geography are prepared in a compact format ready to be taught in the classroom and are intended to stimulate conversation about these subjects.
1st Faculty of Management and Economics continuing education forum
The first Faculty of Management and Economics continuing education forum took place on 20.10.2016 and marked the launch of an annual event.
8.30-8.45 a.m. Start & Welcome
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Erich Schwarz, Dean of the Faculty of Management and Economics
Rudolf Altersberger, Executive President of the Educational Board for Carinthia
ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gernot Mödritscher, Department of Business Management
9.00-10.30 a.m. Session 1
- Environmental migrants and climate refugees? New categories in the migration debate
Philipp Aufenvenne, Department of Geography and Regional Studies
- The latest news in accounting and tax law
Gudrun Fritz-Schmied/SabineKanduth-Kristen , Department of Financial Management
- Current trends in entrepreneurship
Erich Schwarz, Department of Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship
- Pesticides in our environment
Glenda Garcia-Santos, Department of Geography and Regional Studies
10.30-11.00 a.m. Break & Networking
11.00 a.m. – 12.30 p.m. Session 2
- How do you bring the digital world into the geography classroom?
Peter Mandl, Department of Geography and Regional Studies
- Current trends in marketing
Ralf Terlutter, Department of Business Management
- Digitalisation in the context of Industry 4.0
Gerald Reiner, Department of Operations, Energy, and Environmental Management
- Global environmental change
Kirsten von Elverfeldt, Department of Geography and Regional Studies
12.30-13.00 p.m. Summary, Outlook & Networking with Lecturers