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XVII Dni Jana Pawła II na Uniwersytecie Jagiellońskim
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XVII Dni Jana Pawła II na Uniwersytecie Jagiellońskim

10.11.2022
10 listopada na Uniwersytecie Jagiellońskim odbyła się główna sesja naukowa XVII Dni Jana Pawła II, którym przyświeca hasło „Gdzie jest źródło? Polska, Ukraina, Europa”. Głównym celem spotkania była dyskusja nad pytaniami i wyzwaniami powstałymi w wyniku wojny w Ukrainie w kontekście intelektualnego dziedzictwa Jana Pawła II.
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JU scientist discusses his European Research Council grant in Collegium Novum

JU scientist discusses his European Research Council grant in Collegium Novum

10.11.2022
On 9 November, JU Rector Prof. Jacek Popiel and JU Vice-Rector for Research Prof. Piotr Kuśtrowski met with one of the winners of this year’s European Research Council grant Dr hab. Dawid Pinkowicz, Prof. UJ. The JU Faculty of Chemistry researcher has received more than 1.7 million euro for his five year long project aimed to develop unique molecular photomagnets.
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Almost 100 JU researchers ranked among world's top 2%

Almost 100 JU researchers ranked among world's top 2%

07.11.2022
93 Jagiellonian University scholars have made their way onto the list of most influential scientists in the world published in 2022. The ranking, compiled by the University of Stanford in collaboration with Elsevier publishing house and SciTech Strategies company, assesses the overall research impact of scientists based on bibliometrics.
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Marcin Grabowski re-elected as a member of the Executive Council of the CEEISA

Marcin Grabowski re-elected as a member of the Executive Council of the CEEISA

07.11.2022
Dr hab. Marcin Grabowski from the Institute of Political Science and International Relations has been re-elected as the member of the Executive Council of the Central and Eastern European International Studies Association (CEEISA) for the period from 1 November 2022 to 31 October 2025. He previously held this position from November 2019 till October 2022, succeeding Prof. Artur Gruszczak.
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Una Europa 3rd Student Congress

Una Europa 3rd Student Congress

29.10.2022
Una Europa 3rd Student Congress, which took place at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, brought together 48 students representing the eight participating Una universities to focus on the vision of the University of the Future. During the three days of Student Congress (26th-28th October 2022), the participants were focusing on reimagining the idea of education in the future, improving student networks, and ensuring sustainability as a priority at all levels, all enclosed by the concept of Future UniLab, Una Europa’s think tank.
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JU archaeologist’s work published by Lexington Books

JU archaeologist’s work published by Lexington Books

28.10.2022
The prestigious US publishing house has published the book Art in the Pre-Hispanic Southwest: An Archaeology of Native American Cultures authored by Prof. Radosław Palonka from the Faculty of History of the Jagiellonian University. What makes this publication unique is the fact that it is one of few books on Native American history published by European Researchers.
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JU Medical College to receive nearly 550,000 euro for the EU NAVIGATE project

JU Medical College to receive nearly 550,000 euro for the EU NAVIGATE project

26.10.2022
The European Commission has earmarked more than 5.7 million euro, including 541,875 euro awarded to the Jagiellonian University Medical College, for the purpose of carrying out the international research project EU NAVIGATE within the framework of Horizon Europe. It aim is to assess the NavCare-EU programme, designed to support elderly people suffering from cancer and their families.
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