Warm meetings in Poznan
In mid-July of this year, teachers of the department visited the city of Poznan, Republic of Poland. They took part in celebrations dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the founding of one of the leading universities in Europe - Adam Mickiewicz University. The delegation was received by the vice-rector of the university, doctor of political sciences, professor Tadeusz Wallas. The faculty of political sciences and journalism held meetings with students and teachers. We talked with the dean of the faculty, doctor of political sciences, professor Andrzej Stelmakh:
- Our faculty currently studying 4 thousand students at I, II and III levels of higher education. We prepare them for the following specializations: political science; international relationships; journalism, information and communication in the system of public relations; National security. We have more than 90 teachers, including 31 professors and doctors. We also invite teachers from other faculties of our university, other higher educational institutions of Poznan and specialists from an unscientific environment. Our faculty conducts classes in a new, spacious and modernly equipped room. We have our own television and radio studio, computer science classrooms, a library and classrooms equipped with everything necessary for training at our faculty. You can see what our faculty looks like by visiting our website www.wnpid.amu.edu.pl.