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Co-financing of the project regarding the historic book collection from the collections of the University of Silesia Library

The Library of the University of Silesia received funding from the Ministry of Education and Science for the implementation of the project entitled “Protection and security of the historic book collection of Zofia and Zygmunt Żuławski from the collections of the Library of the University of Silesia”. The agreement regarding initiative was signed on 13...

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Narcissism as a “peculiar” research gap

The authors of the “Osobliwości osobowości” project: (from the left) Lidia Baran, PhD (the Institute of Psychology); Maria Flakus, PhD (the Institute of Psychology); and Radosław Rogoza, PhD (the Institute of Psychology of the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw) | Photo from the archives of L. Baran, M. Flakus, and R. Rogoza |Katarzyna Stołpiec|...

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Come2US project for foreign employees

The “Come2US – professionalisation and centralisation of foreign employees” service at the University of Silesia in Katowice” is realised from 1 June 2021 to 31 May 2023. The project is financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange and is a part of the Welcome to Poland programme, which goal is to develop competencies...

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International Game Lab Challenge – 1st stage of workshops

The first of the three stages of “Challenge” workshops has concluded; the workshops are carried out under the project “Game Lab – International Laboratory for Game Studies and Design,” which is financed by the Programme of the International Academic Partnerships of the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange The purpose of the Game Lab’s project...

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„BE-COM” – summary of the first stage of the project

The first stage of work conducted under project entitled („Between interaction and innovation – creating communication space in the digital world”; „be-com”) has ended. Since 1 October 2019, the University of Silesia in Katowice, together with its foreign partners: Kazimieras Simonavičius University (Lithuania), University of Malta (Malta), European University Cyprus (Cyprus) and Fundacja Wiedzy i...

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