Free healthcare in CenterMed

Dear Students,
Due to numerous inquiries from UW students about the rules of using healthcare system within the health insurance, I would like to inform you that on the Faculty’s website in the “Student’s rights” you can find the information on this issue, as well as the telephone number of the medical help line at the CenterMed Warsaw academic clinics at the University of Warsaw. The materials are in Polish, so in case of any questions, please contact dr Elżbieta Jaskulska.

Courses on Latin epigraphy

Dear Students, we would like to invite you to the classes “Introduction to Latin epigraphy” which will be held by Dr Florian Matei-Popescu – a specialist on Latin and Greek epigraphy, an archaeologist and historian dealing with the history and archaeology of the Roman army, especially in the Balkans and the Black Sea region. Dr Matei-Popescu is an author of almost 100 publications and the co-editor of “The Journal of Epigraphic Studies” (Pisa & Roma), “Acta Musei Napocensis”, “Studies and Researches of Ancient History and Archaeology (Studii și Cercetări de Istorie Veche și Arheologie).

The online classes will be partly held from the museum where the inscribed stones are preserved in a special lapidarium – the open air exhibition. Good knowledge of Latin is not needed. During the course the students will be shown the type of epigraphic document and its material support and how to work with inscription in a field, how to read, translate and interpret the basic formulas on the standard inscriptions from the early Roman period.

The classes will be held within the University’s Integrated Development Programme (ZIP), co-funded by the European Social Fund within PO WER, Action 3.5.

Credits: Institute of Archaeology “V. Parvan”

 

Make it visible! – series of online workshops for students

Dear Students,

Welcome Point and The Volunteer Centre of The University of Warsaw opens up application for the last places in the Make it visible! – series of online workshops on the topics such as promotion and communication, cross-cultural skills and video making. The grand finale of the project will be a preparation of an official video promoting extracurricular activities among the academic community.

When and where?

We will meet every two weeks on Wednesdays afternoons, starting from March up to May.

If you qualify for the workshops, we will send you a link to the meeting platform.

How to join the project?

There is a two-step application process:

Deadline: February 21, 2021 11:59pm (23:59, CET)

  • Secondly, we will invite chosen participants for the online interviews in order to get to know each other and present the details of the project.

In case of any questions please contact us via email: welcome.event@uw.edu.pl

Also if you would like to join but you’re busy on Wednesdays, please contact us and let us know when you are available.

More information: http://welcome.uw.edu.pl/make-it-visible-last-free-places/

Best regards,

Welcome Point & Volunteer Centre of the University of Warsaw

New optional class (3rd year BA)

There is a new course in optional classes available in the summer semester: ‘Introduction to Archaeobotany’ given by dr hab. Aldona Mueller-Bieniek. The course will be taking place on-line, every Tuesday, 11:30 AM-1:00 PM. The registration is open, the details of the course you can find in USOS. The additional information on the lecturer is available here: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5330-4580, https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Aldona_Mueller-Bieniek, https://botany.academia.edu/AldonaMuellerBieniek, https://www.botany.pl/images/who_en/bieniek.htm, https://envarch.net/our-committee. You are very welcome to register for the course. The summer semester schedule has been updated accordingly.

Linking courses

“Dear Students,
we would like to inform that from the 1st of February to the 21st of February 2021 it will be possible to link courses conducted in the summer semester of the academic year 2020/2021 to one’s degree.
This information concerns all courses that have not been linked automatically at the time of registration, including ongoing language courses started in the winter semester”.

Supervisors for bachelor or master thesis

We kindly remind students that if they would like to write their theses under the supervision of a researcher that is not currently teaching the seminar course (both bachelor or master courses apply) they are entitled to ask the chosen person for supervision. The agreement should be received in written form and accepted (also in writing) by the lecturer teaching the seminar of the thesis specialisation. The paperwork (scanned) should be forwarded via e-mail to the Office of Students’ Affairs for including into student’s files. In case of any additional question concerning this matter please feel free to contact dr Elżbieta Jaskulska, Head of the Archaeology (Studied in English).

‘Make it visible! Promotion and communication project’ – workshops for international students

So many interesting and valuable events and projects take place every month at our University, and yet the information struggles to reach the students who might be interested. We would like to change it and invite you to join us! Welcome Point and The Volunteer Centre of The University of Warsaw has just started recruitment for online workshops ‘Make it visible! Promotion and communication project’

The team of selected international students will take part in the series of online interactive workshops dedicated to promotion and communication, cross-cultural skills and video making. The grand finale of the project will be a preparation of an official video promoting extracurricular activities among the academic community.

For details click here: http://welcome.uw.edu.pl/make-it-visible-promotion-and-communication-project-workshops-for-international-students/