What is the Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archeology at the University of Warsaw?
The Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archaeology of the University of Warsaw consists of all students of our Faculty.
The Council of the Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archeology represents all students, regardless of the course of their studies.
What are we doing?
The Council of the Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archeology helps to solve all your problems, organizes cultural and, of course!, non-alcoholic events, exhibitions, occasional meetings. Briefly speaking, it deals with making the student’s “archeological” life easier and more pleasant.
We organize regular events, most of them with University Student Clubs, e.g. Otrzęsiny (party for the 1st year students), Połowinki (mid-term party), Christmas Eve party and Archaeological Juwenalia (yearly student carnival), or „DNI ARCHEOLOGA” (“Days of Archaeologists”).
What else are we doing?
We also have student representatives in the Faculty Council and the Teaching Council, who can submit applications on matters related to, for example, proposed changes to the program, regulations related to the study process, etc.
We are also represented in the Students’ Parliament of the University of Warsaw, where the problems of all students of the University are discussed.
Where to find us?
The Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archeology is on duty at:
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28, room 0.35
tel. (022) 5522846
Duty hours of the members of the Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archeology in room 0.35:
Viktoriia Nechypor – Mondays 13:30 – 14:30
Aleksandra Jaszczurowska – Tuesdays 9: 00-9:45
Klaudia Belkiewicz – Wednesdays 11: 30-12: 30
Jan Duda – Wednesdays 14: 00-15: 00
Katarzyna Rosa – Thursdays 13: 30-14: 30
Contact via Facebook: Rada Samorządu Studentów Wydziału Archeologii UW and via private accounts of the members of the Self-Government.
Aleksandra Jaszczurowska – president of the Council of the Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archeology for the 2021/22 academic year.
So far, she has represented our students in the Faculty Council and the Student Parliament. She was also the vice-president in the 2020/21 academic year.
She studies on the 3rd year of archeology and the 4th year of history, and her research interests focus primarily on the prehistoric archeology of Egypt, the Old Kingdom and the history of the 20th century. Is actively involved in the work of research clubs at our faculty (Club of the Prehistoric Archaeology, KeMeT), but also outside it, including the Student Circle of Inter-Epochal Historical Research.
As the president, she would like to help students find their way back into the stationary reality. She cares about integrating all the students and organizing different kinds of events.
With the cooperation of colleagues from the Student Council, is organizing duty hours, during which everyone can come to inform the local government not only about problems, but also to share new ideas that Student Council will gladly implement.
Klaudia Belkiewicz – Vice-president of the Council of the Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archeology, third-year student. She is interested in the Stone Age (mainly Palaeolithic and Mesolithic).
While being in the Council of the Students’ Self-Government, she is planning to organize different student events and parties. Intends to support all university initiatives, first of all, the active functioning of research clubs – starting this year, she promotes the initiative of creating a completely new research club – Experimental Archaeology. Klaudia is always ready to help you with any problems even related not only to studying.
Katarzyna Rosa – re-elected as Financial Representative of the the Council of the Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archeology, second-year student of undergraduate studies.
She is interested in the Roman Provinces in the Middle East, and started her adventure with Archaeology since 2016.
At weekends, she works as a bartender in a tavern and likes to sing a lot, although she is shy and not fully certain about her vocal abilities.
While being a part of the the Council of the Students’ Self-Government, she wants to improve comfort of studying by adding more benches in the corridors and organizing a student space with an electric kettle and a microwave oven, so that everyone can eat a hot meal at the Faculty.
Jan Duda – another member of the Council of the Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archeology.
He is studying on the third year of BA and is generally interested in the Stone Age and the Palaeoclimate.
Moreover, he is a big fan of hitchhiking. Jan believes that he will be able to use his travel experience to improve the life of our department, and he has also plenty of creative and new ideas. Some of which include, creation of a new office position in the local government – the coordinator for grassroots student initiatives, which main idea is to organize a social room that will be available to every student.
Last, but not least we present to you Viktoriia Nechypor – another member of the Council of the Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archeology. She is a second-year student of archeology (studies in English). As she is an international student, the comfort and well-being of everyone in the faculty is very important to her. Therefore, first of all, she would like to make the university website available in English, with constant and quick translations of all news.
It is also the person you, as English-speaking students, can contact at any time of the day and she will try to help with all the possible matters.
In addition to working in the Council of the Students’ Self-Government of the Faculty of Archeology, Viktoriia is actively involved in creating comfortable conditions for students as a member of the Sports Committee and the Culture Committee of the Student Government of the University of Warsaw.
She is very interested in the student’s research activities of the Faculty, especially by being not only a member of various research clubs (“Puerta del Sol”, “Mare Nostrum”), but also planning to reactivate the Medieval Archeology Club during this academic year.
Moreover, as excavation practices is an integral part of our learning, she would like to set up a Facebook page with anonymous and truthful reviews from the excavations (from students and for students).
For we are here, so that everyone at our Faculty is able to implement their initiatives.
After all, the student local government council is the voice of all the students!