May 4 and 5 – days free from classes

Dear students, dear Colleagues,

After consultations with the dean’s team and taking into account the exceptionally long summer semester in the current academic year, I decided to announce May 4 and 5 days free from classes and lectures at the Faculty of Archeology of the University of Warsaw (note! This does not apply to classes conducted outside the faculty, such as OGUN, foreign language courses and sports). I hope that this will allow you to enjoy the “Juwenalia” on May 6 and 7 (also days free from classes) and after the extended May weekend you will return to learning with enthusiasm.

Yours faithfully,

Elżbieta Jaskulska

Vice-Dean for Student Affairs
The Faculty of Archeology of the University of Warsaw

Organization of classes during the conference on 14-18. March

Dear Students, Dear Colleagues

In line with the long-standing tradition, and at the request of the conference organizers, during the 3rd Scientific Conference of the Faculty of Archeology, University of Warsaw, “The Past has a Future!” on March 14-18 this year. regular classes in Archeology and Archeology (Studies in English) are cancelled. I encourage you to refer your students to the conference sessions that interest them.

In the case of classes offered to students from outside the faculty (OGUN classes and classes offered under the 4EU+ cooperation), it is possible to conduct classes during the conference week in a remote form.

Students of Archeology and Archeology (Studies in English) are required to attend classes conducted by other units of the University of Warsaw (language courses, sports classes and OGUN classes).

Classes conducted in remote and mixed mode in the summer semester 2021/2022

Dear students, Dear colleagues,

The list of classes conducted in remote and mixed-mode has been published in Regulation No. 2 of the EUH Faculty of Archeology (https://dokumenty.uw.edu.pl/dziennik/DWA/Lists/Dziennik/Attachments/92/DWARCH.2022.2.ZKJD. 2. pdf). I would like to kindly remind you that at the justified request of the lecturer who conducts classes on premises, not included in the above ordinance, may be temporarily transferred to the remote mode, provided the students are informed at least 24 hours in advance.

Yours faithfully,

Elżbieta Jaskulska

Vice-Dean for Student Affairs
The Faculty of Archeology of the University of Warsaw

2nd Edition of the Student’s Minigrant Competition at FA UW

We announce the call for applications in the 2nd edition of the Student Minigrant Competition at the University of Warsaw in the academic year 2021/2022. The next stages of the competition will be announced gradually. The application should be submitted in electronic form with attachments by sending it from an account in the student.uw.edu.pl domain to the following address: wa.studia@uw.edu.pl with the heading “Minigrant Student Competition WA UW 2”. Details of the competition and document templates are available at: https://www.archeologia.uw.edu.pl/en/studies/grants-for-students/

  • Applications should be submitted by February 25, 2022, by 23.59.
  • Competition adjudication – the date will be announced after the collection of applications is completed.

The epidemic situation and the examination session

Dear Students,

Due to the repeated questions, I would like to kindly inform you that in accordance with the university regulations, in the case of lectures ending with an exam in accordance with the study program, they can be organized remotely only at the previously expressed request of the examiner. The list of exams conducted remotely and the tools with which they will be conducted has been published in the form of the EUH ordinance and will be visible after data migration (probably tomorrow there will be an announcement on this matter on the FA UW website).

In the case of obtaining credits, the decision on the method of conducting the credit depends entirely on the teacher, his arrangements with the students and enrollment in the subject syllabus.

Please note, however, that the tutor is responsible for conducting both exams and credits in a form that excludes unethical obtaining of credits (cheating). This, in turn, is usually much simpler during the stationary testing, hence the lecturers have the right to stick to this form of checking the results.

I would also like to remind you that a referral to quarantine, automatic until the results of the COVID-19 test are obtained, is tantamount to sick leave, the same is the case with referral to isolation in case of a positive test result. Your absence on the final grading test should be easily excused on the basis of a referral by the Sanepid for quarantine or isolation. In this case, you should establish with the tutors the new dates of credits after the end of the sick leave period (of course, during the examination session or re-sit session). Also in the case of the exam, additional exam date will be set in accordance with the Study Regulations on the basis of a sick leave/quarantine referral/isolation referral presented to EUH by the end of the sick leave period (paragraph 37 section 7 RS).

Yours faithfully,

Elżbieta Jaskulska

Vice-Dean for Student Affairs (EUH)
The Faculty of Archeology of the University of Warsaw

Return to the on premises teaching

Dear Students, Dear Colleagues,

In connection with emerging inquiries, I would like to remind you that we are returning to classes conducted on the faculty premises from January 10, 2022. Of course, if new ordinances are issued at the national or university level, this situation may change. I would also like to inform you that according to the information from the Rector’s Office, the level of reported infections among the academic community in the week of December 20, 2021 – January 2, 2022 remains at a very low level (31 reported infections among members of the academic community throughout the university).

Sincerely,

Elżbieta Jaskulska
Vice-Dean  for Students Affairs

Classes cancelled on 21st of Dec. between 3-8 PM

Dear Students, Dear Colleagues,
Due to the planned Faculty Council, following the request of the Dean of the Faculty of Archeology, I am establishing dean’s hours free from academic classes on December the 21st from 15:00 to 20:00.
Sincerely,

Elżbieta Jaskulska
Vice-Dean for Students’ Affairs,
Faculty of Archaeology UW

Courses moved online from 9th of Dec

Dear Students and Colleagues,

After careful consideration of the current epidemiological situation and the increasing number of classes conducted remotely at the University of Warsaw, in consultation with the Dean’s College of the Faculty of Archaeology, I decided to transfer all classes in Archaeology (in Polish) and Archaeology (Studies in English) from 9th to 22nd December (inclusive) into remote mode. We will meet again on January the 10th during in-room classes. The proper KJD Ordinance will be announced in the journal of the Archaeology Faculty tomorrow.

I hope that the decision will not only enable self-isolated or quarantined people to participate in courses but also reduce the risk of infection for all members of the academic community, which is especially important before family gatherings in connection with the upcoming holidays.

Practical classes, which cannot be transferred to the remote mode, can be held on a different date (agreed upon with the participants of the classes) in January.

Office hours for students, consultations and work on the material carried out by both, students and faculty members, are still allowed in faculty facilities, of course, maintaining the epidemiological requirements.

The faculty building will be open during the teaching hours to make it easier for lecturers to conduct remote classes. Students who need the faculty infrastructure to participate in classes are asked to report to the address wa.student@uw.edu.pl.

I wish all members of the academic community of the Faculty of Archeology a lot of health and perseverance in these difficult times.

Sincerely,

Elżbieta Jaskulska

Vice-Dean of Students’ Affairs
Faculty of Archaeology UW