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16.11.2017
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KU won the LUMEN 2017 award for the best managed projects implemented in Polish universities - in the category "Cooperation - shaping relations with the university's stakeholders: students, employers, scientific partners and the local community".

The award winning project is the "International Networking Staff Week", implemented by the International Relations Office of KU.

The International Networking Staff Week is a traditional, annual meeting of academic employees from all around the world, hosted at our University. In the previous academic year 80% of the participants came from outside of Europe.

The aim of the project is to exchange good experiences and best practices between universities and to integrate the global academic community. The outcome of the meeting is also the expansion of international cooperation in both the academic and administrative fields.

International Relations Office of KU FB page

In the picture from the left: Izabela Gontarek, PhD, representing Bank Zachodni, partner of the category, prof. Grzegorz Mazurek, Vice-Rector for International Relations of KU, and Valentyna Gumińska, Director of the International Relations Office of KU

The picture below is from the LUMEN project's FB page