Mariano Barbato ist DAAD-Langzeitdozent und Grundungsdirektor des Zentrums fur Europawissenschaften und Internationale Beziehungen an der BBU Cluj-Napoca sowie Privatdozent an der Universitat Passau.
What does PRIV DOZ stand for?
PRIV DOZ stands for Privatdozent (German: unsalaried lecturer)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Pacific Rim Institute of Tourism (Canada)
- Panzirsch Robert Information Technology (Vienna, Austria)
- Paris Region Innovation Tour
- Pension Reserves Investment Trust
- Physician Regulatory Issues Team
- Problems of Information Transmission (Russian Academy of Sciences journal)
- Primary Tactical Circuit
- Psychiatry Resident-In-Training Examination
- Policy Research and Information Unit (Sri Lanka)
- Peace Research Information Unit Bonn
- Fundación para la Rehabilitación Integral de Víctimas Violencia (Spanish: Foundation for Integral Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence)
- PRIns and Valk (De Lier, Holland company)
- Pacific Rim International Workshop on Electronic Commerce (conference)
- Please Respond If You Disagree
- Potential Rating Index for Zip Marketers (Claritas, Inc.)
- Primal Zoo Machine (band)
- Paranormal Research Journal
- Peer Reviewed Journal
- Pekan Raya Jakarta (Jakarta Fair, Indonesia)
- Perry Rhodan Journal (German science fiction)
Samples in periodicals archive:
RENE LORBIECKE is Privatdozent (about the same as an associate professorship at a U.
Arendt writes that as early as 1919, when Heidegger was only a Privatdozent (instructor) at the University of Freiburg, his reputation as a teacher travelled across Germany "like the rumour of the hidden king" (Van Buren, 1994:3).
Em Berlim, Park havia assistido a palestras ministradas por um Privatdozent (3) muito popular entre o grande publico, mas pouco entre os academicos, chamado Georg Simmel (4).
109) In quick succession, Friedrich Oldenberg, a member of the Brotherhood and Wichern's later biographer, Professor Hugo Brhlau, law professor at Halle, and Hermann Ortloff, a Privatdozent of law, produced brochures defending the Rauhe Haus.
During the 10 years of his work there he was habilitated as Privatdozent for the specialty of ophthalmology in 1885.
The author, a Privatdozent at the Technical University in Berlin, offers a richly contextualized history of the church's architecture and art up to the advent of the Reformation.