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JU will have five new vice-rectors

JU will have five new vice-rectors

10.05.2024
The Rector-Elect of the Jagiellonian University Prof. Piotr Jedynak will assume office on 1 September 2024. On May 8, the names of six Vice-Rectors with whom he will cooperate during the 2024-2028 term-in-office were officially announced. The candidates proposed by Prof. Jedynak were approved by the Jagiellonian University Electoral College consisting of 238 representatives of the whole academic community.
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Another researcher of the Jagiellonian University at Academia Europaea

Another researcher of the Jagiellonian University at Academia Europaea

09.05.2024
Prof. Wojciech Bałus, head of the JU Department of Art Theory and Cultural Property Protection and the Centre for Stained Glass Studies, became a member of Academia Europaea. The researcher is the sixth member of the JU academic community to join this prestigious organisation, which brings together over 5,5 thousand scholars from all over the world.
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Exceptional performance of JU law students in the Pax Moot Court competition

Exceptional performance of JU law students in the Pax Moot Court competition

07.05.2024
In late April, the second stage of the international Pax Moot Court competition took place in Ljubljana. The team of the JU Faculty of Law and Administration, consisting of Daria Rożniakowska, Aleksandra Czuk, Weronika Głownia and Anna Szafarz, advanced to the semi-finals. Additionally, Daria Rożniakowska took second place in the best speaker category.
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JU political scientist appointed to a new role in the International Studies Association

JU political scientist appointed to a new role in the International Studies Association

30.04.2024
Dr hab. Marcin Grabowski from the JU Faculty of International and Political Studies was chosen as the Vice-President of the Global International Relations Section (GIRS) of the International Studies Association (ISA). Additionally, he will also take on the duties of the GRIS Section Programme Co-Chair during the coming ISA conventions in Chicago and Columbus.
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Prof. Piotr Jedynak elected the new Rector of the Jagiellonian University

Prof. Piotr Jedynak elected the new Rector of the Jagiellonian University

25.04.2024
The current Vice-Rector for Human Resources and Financial Management, Prof. Piotr Jedynak, was chosen by the electoral college to become the new Rector of the Jagiellonian University for the 2024–2028 term from a total of four candidates. The Rector-Elect will take office on 1 September 2024.
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Jagiellonian University to manage the PAAR-net COST Action grant

Jagiellonian University to manage the PAAR-net COST Action grant

25.04.2024
COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is part of the Horizon Europe programme, which allows researchers from different countries to create a cooperation network in order to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and joint development of projects. COST Actions are one of the main ways of carrying out these objectives as well as promoting international collaboration and innovative research projects. The PAAR-net COST Action is an initiative that brings together researchers and innovators interested in participatory approaches with older adults.
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JU doctoral students in international research consortia

JU doctoral students in international research consortia

25.04.2024
The European Commission has announced the results of the international competition Marie Skłodowska-Curie Doctoral Networks as part of the Horizon Europe programme. The goal of the scheme is to promote projects aimed at providing complex training to early stage researchers without a PhD by international interdisciplinary research teams in collaboration with non-academic institutions. Four of the awarded projects will involve Jagiellonian University doctoral students as consortium partners.
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