The Museum of the University of Gdańsk (MUG) is a newly established (2018) university-wide unit focused primarily on collecting, processing, storing and sharing items connected with the history and culture of the University of Gdańsk and the history of science.
Between 7 to 20 May 2018, as part of an academic cooperation agreement signed between the University of Social Sciences and Humanities-Vietnam National University in Hanoi and the University of Gdańsk, the Faculty of Social Sciences hosted professors from Vietnam ─ Prof. Do Ngoc Khanh, Prof. Le Van Hao and Prof. Truong Thi Khanh Ha.
Having submitted a report to the European Commission on the completion of tasks assigned to the university in connection with being awarded the distinction of HR Excellence in Research, the University of Gdańsk received a statuette to confirm the fact that it has received this exceptional logo, a mark of the highest standards in scientific research and the employment of researchers.
I have always maintained that women have two projects: the one with which they’re involved at work and the other one, a family project. In the work project they find themselves at different levels while in the family one, they are usually both, managers and chief executive officers.
Prof. Dr hab. Ewa Łojkowska in conversation with Julia Bereszczyńska.
Dr hab. Marta Koval, associate professor, and Prof. Dr hab. Marek Wilczyński talk to Magdalena Nieczuja-Goniszewska about the only free study project in Poland for candidates from Ukraine.
- In 2014, following Kiev’s Maidan and in connection with the difficult situation in Ukraine, you decided to start an initiative which resulted in free admission to the University of Gdańsk for 15 students from Ukraine. Not many universities decided to make a similar gesture of support.
Directors of International Offices from 21 universities in Finland visited University of Gdansk on April 24th. The aim of the meeting with UG staff working with international students and programs was to exchange expertise on attracting and retaining talent from Middle East, Africa and Asia. The group discussed sensitive ethical and intercultural issues of dealing with recruiters, language requirements, financial support for non-EU students.
On 7 March 2018 members of Forskerforbundet, the largest trades union in Norway which brings together researchers and other employees of universities and higher education institutions, paid a visit to the University of Gdańsk.