The chapter composed of renowned professors grants awards to young scientists (below 35 years of age), among others – for their output and for an interesting object of study.
On 12-14 June the representatives of the International Research Projects Office (2 persons) and the International Relations Office (4 persons) took part in the annual conference of the network for international relations officers from HEI-s offering education in life sciences – IROICA (under the title: IROs – the solid compass helping universities navigate the new EU financial perspective).
Between 24th and 27th of June representatives of International Research Projects Office and International Relations Office visited Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland.
More than 70 police officers received nominations and awards on the occasion of Police. The ceremony of awarding promotions District Police officers Warsaw II was held on 9th July. in the Crystal Hall of the Warsaw Agricultural University in Warsaw.
On Friday (May 17th), during the days of WULS-SGGW, professor dr hab. Jan Gawęcki from the Faculty of Food Sciences and Nutrition of Poznan University of Life Sciences received the title of Doctor Honoris Causa. Professor Gawęcki is a specialist in human nutrition studies.
Study programmes at Warsaw University of Life Sciences were rated highly in the Ranking of Universities 2013 by ”Perspektywy” and “Rzeczpospolita”. In the category of agricultural, forestry and veterinary programmes, WULS-SGGW was unbeatable. Programmes that educate in food sciences and nutrition, and that are of agricultural and veterinary profiles, were the number one. During the Ranking of Universities 2013 by ”Perspektywy” and ”Rzeczpospolita” final ceremony, which took place on May 9th, the grand prizes were given to: dr hab. Krystyna Gutkowska – the Dean of the Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Sciences, Professor dr hab. Marian Binek – the Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Professor dr hab. Marek Gajewski – vice dean for didactics at the Faculty of Horticulture, Biotechnology and Landscape Architecture.
Folk group Promni has functioned for forty years at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences inWarsaw. Throughout this time, over thousand students have danced and sung here. The band group was created in 1972 by Zofia Stolarzowa – a prominent activist of the Polish folk movement. Prior to that, there were several attempts to establish the artistic group. When it was finally accomplished, Stolarzowa proposed to call the group Promni, which means “the first ones”. However, the first name of the group was The Folk Theater Group Poturoki. The debut, that is the first performance of the group, took place on 1 March1973 inKlub Ciemna inWarsaw. The presented programme was prepared on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of battles of the Peasants’ Battalions.
In the new academic year of 2013/14, the Warsaw University of Life Sciences will open two new programmes. The new offer includes: Animal bioengineering, and Hotel industry and gastronom
Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW has improved its place in the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities by moving up to position no. 1158 among more than 20,000 surveyed universities, compared to the 1532nd place earned six months ago .This change means a rise of 374 positions compared to the ranking from July last year and an increase of more than 1,000 positions, compared to the ranking of January 2011.
Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW for the second time in the row won in the category of agricultural universities ranking that was prepared by “PRESS-SERVICE Media Monitoring”, which was examining the number of press, internet, radio and TV publications on particular universities. The ranking reflects the scale of media interest in the respective universities and the efficiency of the university press Office.