An agreement was signed in the Rector's Office between the Faculty of Physical Culture and Health of the University of Szczecin and the Polish Volleyball Association. The document defines the conditions of cooperation in the organization and implementation of education and examination of volleyball coaches. The meeting was attended by prof. dr hab. Waldemar Tarczyński - Rector of the University of Szczecin, Sebastian Świderski - President of the Board of the Polish Volleyball Association, and also Dr. Katarzyna Kotarska, prof. US - Vice-Rector for Student Affairs of the US, and dr hab. Marta Stępień-Słodkowska, prof. US – Dean of the Faculty of Physical Education and Health. You can find more about the meeting on our website www.niusradio.pl
The Faculty of Physical Culture and Health of the University of Szczecin received the Symbol of Modern Education 2022. This is a unique distinction for Polish universities recognized as role models. The Chapter of Symbol is a group of specialists and experts in their fields. Their knowledge of the market as well as business and media experience make Symbol one of the most prestigious awards in Poland. The award is granted annually by the editors of "Monitor Biznesu" and "Monitor Rynkowy".
A new mural on the building of the Pomeranian Library. It commemorates the Szczecin Synagogue and the pre-war Jewish community. The temple was built in the 19th century, replacing a small wooden synagogue. It could accommodate about 1,500 believers. The mural was unveiled on the 84th anniversary of Kristallnacht, during which the Szczecin synagogue was set on fire. It was then, on the night of November 9/10, 1938, that a pogrom of Jews initiated by the Nazi authorities took place. The author of the mural is Piotr "Lump" Pauk - an artist from Szczecin and one of the most recognizable street art artists in Poland.
This extraordinary record was broken on Tuesday, November 15, around 9:00 am Polish time. According to the estimates of the United Nations, another billion will come to us in 2037. As we read on the UN website: "This unprecedented increase is due to the gradual extension of human life expectancy thanks to improved public health, nutrition, personal care and medicine. It is also the result of high and sustained levels of fertility in some countries." Today, most people live in China. More than 1 billion 452 million people live there. India is second on the list with less than 1.413 million people, and in third place is the United States of America, where more than 335 million people live. Poland is in 38th place. There are over 38 million people in our country.
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