Outstanding young academics from the JU
21 young scholars from the Jagiellonian University distinguished by their impressive academic achievements will receive scholarships from the Minister of Science and Higher Education.
The scholarship winners will receive grants of up to 3,830 zlotys/month during the period of 3 years. 256 academics from among the total number of 793 applicants were awarded the scholarship. The number of winners was three times higher than last year.
Dr Tomasz Bilczewski (JU Faculty of Polish Studies), Dr n. med. Marta Cześnikiewicz-Guzik (JU MC Faculty of Medicine), Dr Sławomir Dinew (JU Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science), Dr Grzegorz Dubin (JU Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology), Dr Jerzy Franczak (JU Faculty of Polish Studies), Dr Agnieszka Jaźwa (JU Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology), Dr Alicja Kędziora (JU Faculty of Management and Social Communication), Dr Katarzyna Kuras (JU Faculty of History), Dr Mariusz Mitoraj (Wydział Chemii UJ), dr Palonka Radosław (Wydział Historyczny UJ), dr Pietrzyk Piotr (JU Faculty of Chemistry), dr Ewelina Pilarczyk (JU Faculty of Philology), Dr Bartosz Płachno (JU Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences), Dr Jakub Prauzner-Bechcicki (JU Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Computer Science), Dr hab. Adam Rycerz (JU Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science), Dr Marcin Starzyński (JU Faculty of History), Dr n. med. Wojciech Szczeklik (JU MC Faculty of Medicine), Dr Marcin Szwed (JU Faculty of Philology), Dr Paulina Święcicka (JU Faculty of Law and Administration), Dr Ewa Trojnar (JU Faculty of International and Political Studies), Dr Daniel Wliczak (JU Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science).
Published by: Kinga Mieszaniec