University

Academic Senate


The Senate:

  • supervises over WULS-SGGW activity and determines the main directions of the university activity;
  • adopts and amends the Statute;
  • assesses activities of the University, approves Rector’s annual reports and assesses the activities of Rector;
  • adopts resolutions in the matter of WULS-SGGW activity and guidelines faculty councils in the matter of performing basic tasks of the university,
  • expresses the opinion of the academic community and expresses opinions on matters referred by Rector, faculty council or a group of at least 20% of the total number of Senate members;
  • guards high ethical level of university employees, PhD students and students. Adopts position on ethical issues concerning vocational ethics of academic teachers;
  • grants the title of doctor honoris causa;
  • grants the medal of merits for WULS-SGGW;
  • establishes university board of elections and adopts resolutions in the matter of establishment of specific university units;
  • adopts resolutions in the matter of establishment or liquidation of faculties, or other organizational WULS units;
  • assesses WULS administration activity;
  • establishes Senate committees and defines the scopes of their operation;
  • considers and makes decisions regarding all other issues of great importance that are reserved for Senate, its statute or other regulations.

In the scope of didactic and scientific activity WULS-SGGW is vested with the following powers:

  • adopts resolutions in the matter of establishment or liquidation of a branch, remote basic organizational unit or remote didactic centre;
  • adopts resolutions in the matter of establishment or liquidation of majors at the request of Rector or faculty councils;
  • establishes the number of Deputy Deans;
  • investigates appeals from faculty councils’ decisions and repeals illegal resolutions;
  • adopts the regulations of studies, regulations of doctoral studies and regulations of postgraduate studies;
  • verifies conformity of the self-governments with WULS-SGGW Statute;
  • establishes didactical pensum for particular positions and determines rules concerning didactical hours calculation;
  • expresses opinion on the matter of a Professor degree designation;
  • adopts the regulations concerning foreign relegations for scientific, didactical and training purposes;
  • expresses consent for cooperation with an international company or another organization
  • convenes University Recruitment Committee at the request of Rector;
  • establishes, at the request of the faculty council, regulations concerning the recruitment process at particular faculty;

In the scope of WULS-SGGW financial activity the Senate is vested with following powers:

  • establishes budget dispensation;
  • adopts regulations concerning cost estimations of non-budgetary works;
  • adopts property and financial plan;
  • approves financial statements, pursuant to the provisions on accounting;
  • adopts the regulations of a purchase and sale of securities if not regulated by public finance resolution;
  • expresses, with provision of art. 90 par. 4 of the regulation, approval of:

1. purchase, sale or property burden;
2. merge with joint company, co-operative or other economic organization, or entrepreneurship of any kind foundation;
3. donation or inheritance acceptance;
4. approval of establishment of AIP or The Technology Transfer Center, foundation or an organization performing service, training or scientific activity;

The Senate resolution on matters concerning WULS-SGGW and its community are binding for Rector and other university units, as well as for every member of this community.

The University Senate

The head of The University Senate is WULS-SGGW Rector. Rector, Pro-Rectors and Faculty Deans are members of The Senate by virtue of positions they hold. Other members are elected for a 4-year term by each academic community group. The Senate consists of 67 seats.

The members of the University Senate 2008/2009 – 2011/2012 are:

Rector

Pro-rectors:
for Didactics
for Scientific Research
for Development

Deans of Faculties:

Faculty of Agriculture and Biology
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Faculty of Forestry
Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
Faculty of Engineering and Environmental Science
Faculty of Wood Technology
Faculty of Animal Sciences
Faculty of Economy
Faculty of Food Technology
Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Science
Faculty of Production Engineering
Faculty of Humanities
Faculty of Application of Mathematics and Computer Sc.

 

 

Heads of Interfaculty Studies:

Interfaculty Study of Biotechnology
Interfaculty Study of Environmental Protection
Interfaculty Study of Regional Planning
Interfaculty Study of Commodity Science
Interfaculty Study of Tourism and Recreation

Representatives of faculty professors and PhD students:

Faculty of Agriculture and Biology
Faculty of Veterinary Medicin
Faculty of Forestry
Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
Faculty of Engineering and Environmental Science
Faculty of Wood Technology
Faculty of Animal Sciences
Faculty of Economy
Faculty of Food Technology
Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Science
Faculty of Production Engineering
Faculty of Humanities
Faculty of Application of Mathematics and Computer Sc.

Representatives of other university teachers:

Faculty of Agriculture and Biology
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Faculty of Forestry
Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
Faculty of Engineering and Environmental Science
Faculty of Wood Technology
Faculty of Animal Sciences
Faculty of Economy
Faculty of Food Technology
Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Science
Faculty of Production Engineering
Faculty of Humanities
Faculty of Application of Mathematics and Computer Sc.
Interfaculty units

Representatives of technical scholars:


Representatives of administrative employees:

PhD students’ representatives:

Students’ representatives:

Interfaculty Study of Tourism and recreation
Interfaculty Study of Biotechnology
Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Science
Faculty of Production Engineering
Faculty of Food Technology
Faculty of Agriculture and Biology
Faculty of Forestry
Faculty of Animal Sciences
Faculty of Humanities
Interfaculty Study of Regional Planning
Faculty of Production Engineering
Faculty of Economy
Faculty of Agriculture and Biology

prof. Alojzy Szymański

prof. Krystyna Gutkowska
prof. Jan Niemiec
prof. Wiesław Bielawski

prof. Grażyna Garbaczewska
prof. Marian Binek
Michał Zasada, PhD
prof. Marek Szyndel

prof. Jerzy Jeznach

prof. Adam Krajewski
prof. Piotr Brzozowski
prof. Bogdan Klepacki
prof. Dorota Witrowa-Rajchert
prof. Joanna Gromadzka- Ostrowska

prof. Andrzej Chochowski
prof. Franciszek Kampka

prof. Bolesław Borkowski

 

Wojciech Pląder, PhD
prof. Piotr Hewelke

prof. Bolesław Porter
prof. Danuta Kołożyn-Krajewska
Irena Ozimek, PhD

prof. Jan Łabętowicz
prof. Tomasz Motyl
prof. Tomasz Borecki

prof. Katarzyna Niemirowicz-Szczytt

prof. Kazimierz Banasik

Jarosław Górski, PhD
prof. Henryk Grodzki
prof. Henryk Runowski
prof. Andrzej Lenart

Agata Wawrzyniak, PhD
prof. Aleksander Lisowski
Wiesław Walkiewicz, PhD
Arkadiusz Orłowski, PhD

 

Sławomir Janakowski, PhD
Małgorzata Sobczak – Filipiak, PhD
Dariusz Korpetta, PhD
Włodzimierz Wałęza, PhD
Wojciech Sas, PhD
Paweł Kozakiewicz, PhD
Joanna Gruszczyńska, PhD
Jarosław Gołębiewski, PhD
Małgorzata Ziarno, PhD
Ewa Halicka, PhD
Tomasz Nurek, PhD
Krystyna Najder-Stefaniak, PhD
Joanna Landmesser, PhD
Ewa Sikorska, M.A

Ewa Krajewska, M.Sc
Bożena Ratter, M.Sc

Marek Grządkowski, B.A

Agnieszka Jackowska, vet

 

 

Małgorzata Błaszczak
Natalia Borkowska
Maria Cyzman
Artur Fijałkowski
Marcin Iwaniuk
Robert Kiljańczyk
Michał Kiljan
Karol Mirota
Marcin Ostaszewski
Szymon Patatyn
Marcin Pietruczuk
Adam Prokopiuk
Przemysław Surowiecki