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Professor Gruszczak’s participation in a webinar at KU Leuven
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Professor Gruszczak’s participation in a webinar at KU Leuven

22.04.2021
Professor Artur Gruszczak, Chair of National Security, took part on the 21st of April in a webinar at the Catholic University in Leuven (Belgium) devoted to the protection of the external borders of the European Union and the role of the Frontex agency. Upon invitation from students of International Relations, Professor Gruszczak presented the legal and organizational framework of the European Border and Coast Guard Agency – Frontex, as well as its tasks and operational activities. A brief presentation was followed by a Q & A session. Professor Gruszczak answered questions concerning the relations between Frontex and the authorities of the Member States. He also commented on the recent accusations of violation of international law during Frontex’s joint operations in the Mediterranean Sea region.
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Lecture by Dr. Steven Horsley "System Leadership: Its Role in a Collaborative Environment" – a brief report
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Lecture by Dr. Steven Horsley "System Leadership: Its Role in a Collaborative Environment" – a brief report

12.04.2021
On March 18, 2021 another lecture in the "Leadership" series organized by The Department of National Security was launched online. Dr. Steven Horsley from the School of Business and Leadership at the University of Charleston, West Viriginia, USA was a guest lecturer. The topic of his presentation was: "System Leadership: Its Role in a Collaborative Environment".
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Third prize in the Internal Security Agency competition for Wiktor Kowalski
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Third prize in the Internal Security Agency competition for Wiktor Kowalski

13.03.2021
We are extremely pleased to announce that Wiktor Kowalski, BA, a student of political science at the Institute of Political Science and International Relations received the third prize in the 10th edition of the National Competition of the Head of the Internal Security Agency for the best master's or bachelor's thesis on state security in the context of intelligence, terrorist and economic threats. The awarded bachelor's thesis entitled "Obrońcy systemu? Rola i miejsce Korpusu Strażników Rewolucji Islamskiej w Islamskiej Republice Iranu” [The Defenders of System? The Role and Place of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps in Islamic Republic of Iran] was recognised for "a thorough analysis of the problems of the Iranian armed forces in the following aspects: historical and political, structural and political, social and economic.". The thesis was prepared at the Department of National Security supervised by Mateusz Kolaszyński, Ph.D., and was reviewed by Professor Artur Gruszczak.
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Minigranty POB FutureSoc dla pracowników Katedry Bezpieczeństwa Narodowego
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Minigranty POB FutureSoc dla pracowników Katedry Bezpieczeństwa Narodowego

10.02.2021
W I edycji konkursu dla nauczycieli akademickich na minigranty w ramach działania 2. (Incentives) POB Society of the Future w ramach programu strategicznego Inicjatywa Doskonałości w Uniwersytecie Jagiellońskim pracownicy Katedry Bezpieczeństwa Narodowego uzyskali dofinansowanie realizacji trzech projektów. Ponadto w I edycji konkursu „Wsparcie publikacji w POB Society of the Future” grant na sfinansowanie tłumaczenia artykułu naukowego otrzymał dr Wiktor Hebda.
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Research grant for Michał Rekowski
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Research grant for Michał Rekowski

27.11.2020
We are extremely pleased to announce that Michał Rekowski, MA, a Doctoral Student at the Department of National Security, Institute of Political Sciences and International Relations, received a research grant from the Polish National Science Centre (NCN) within the PRELUDIUM funding scheme for pre-doctoral researchers at the early stage of their scientific career. The awarded project concerns the role of institutions of the European Union in the building of European Strategic Autonomy. It is connected with a PhD dissertation supervised by Professor Paweł Frankowski.
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