Scientists from the US with West Pomeranian Nobel Prizes! The West Pomeranian Nobel Prize is a prestigious award awarded to scientists since 2001 in eight scientific disciplines. This year, the award was given to three scientists from the University of Szczecin. Paulina Niedźwiedzka-Rystwej, prof. US from the Institute of Biology, dr hab. Paweł Gut, prof. US together with a team from the Historical Institute and dr hab. engineer Jarosław Wątróbski, prof. US from the Institute of Management. The awards gala took place on November 17 at the Opera House in Szczecin. The winners were selected by a jury composed of: prof. hab. dr Waldemar Tarczyński, prof. hab. dr engineer Wojciech Kacalak, prof. hab. dr Jan Lubiński, prof. hab. dr Piotr Masojć, prof. hab. dr engineer Antoni Morawski, prof. hab. dr Aleksander Wolszczan.
It's Children's Rights Week. The event is organized by the Institute of Pedagogy of the University of Szczecin, the Center for Family Initiatives, In Gremio, the District Bar Council in Szczecin and the Association of Civil Registrars of the Republic of Poland. The second edition was launched under the slogan "Dzieci mają głos", and its ceremonial inauguration took place in the Wedding Hall of the City Hall. The 5-day event includes lectures, workshops for children and adults, and the results of the inter-school multimedia competition "Twój głos – Twoje prawa", in which primary school students presented their ideas for promoting children's rights.
On November 18, the PRODOK 2023 Gala took place in Zabrze - a competition for the most post-doctoral universities in Poland. This year, the competition has changed its formula a bit and completely new categories have been added. We are pleased to announce that this year's PRODOK turned out to be a winner for the University of Szczecin and other universities that joined the initiative of the West Pomeranian Doctoral Students' Association. This time, the PRODOK award was granted in the Dynamic Start category for creating the initiative of the West Pomeranian Doctoral Students' Association. It is worth emphasizing that in 2021, the University of Szczecin was the winner of the PRODOK 2021 competition for the Most Postdoctoral University in Poland. The following year, our University took second place in the "Most Doctoral University in Poland" category during the finals of the PRODOK 2022 competition. More information you can find on our website niusradio.pl
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