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Robert Picht
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Vice-Rector of "College of Europe
In office
Preceded by "Piotr Nowina-Konopka
Succeeded by "Ewa Ośniecka-Tamecka
Rector ad interim of "College of Europe
In office
Preceded by "Piet Akkermans
Succeeded by "Paul Demaret
Personal details
Born Robert Picht
(1937-09-27)27 September 1937
"Berlin, "Germany
Died (2008-09-24)24 September 2008
"Hinterzarten, "Germany
Profession Academic

Professor Dr. Robert Picht (born 27 September 1937 in Berlin; died 24 September 2008 in Hinterzarten) was a German academic. As a Vice Rector at the "College of Europe at "Natolin ("Warsaw) and a teacher at Natolin and Bruges College of Europe's campuses, he focused his scholarly attention among other things on Europe in a globalising world order.[1] He was rector ad interim of the College of Europe from 2002 to 2003 and vice-rector of the College of Europe at "Natolin from 2004 to 2007 (ad interim 2004-2005). He studied sociology and "French literature, and was Director of the "Franco-German Institute 1972-2002. He was Vice President of the "European Cultural Foundation 1976-1995.



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