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November 16, 2014
Jagiellonian Rowing Club competed in the Ergometer Competition for Rowers, representing Jagiellonian University Medical College. The 21 contestants, consisting of Axel Foyn Bruun, August Karlseng, Signe Bjørsgaard, Peder Juell, Malene Lystad, Eirik Andersen, Hans Næss Landmark, Michael Paus, Yngve Holtsmark, Didrik Skjelland, Jonas Rønningen Sandbu, Ole Jakob Sletten, Sondre Vreim Ørbeck, Mie Tangsrud, Therese Broch, Charlotte Stenkula, Heidi Frøen, Ane Lode, Sturla Markhus, Trym Reiberg, Tilla Thorleifsson. Signe won the girls light weight class, Trym Reiberg positioned 2nd in the men’s open class, and also qualified for the national championship for the 1st graders in Warsaw (takes place on the 30th Of November). The teams placed second in both men’s and women’s class, and are eager to do an even harder work towards the next two competitions, and hopefully take the honor home to CMUJ, where it belongs.
July 25, 2014
The 614th anniversary of the refoundation of the Jagiellonian University by King Władysław Jagiełło was marked by a traditional professors' branch in Collegium Novodvorscianum. After the welcome address by the Rector of the Jagiellonian University, Prof. Wojciech Nowak, honoured guests, including the Jagiellonian University professors, the members of local authorities and clergy, listened to the lecture by Prof. Andrzej Borowski, entitled: "Biesiady uczonych, czyli o nienasyceniu", about how the Jagiellonian University scholars used to dine in the old days. The tradition of professors' brunch was revived in 2000 on the 600th anniversary of the University's refoundation in 1400, which was followed by a feast, presumably funded by the King
June 25, 2014
JU Auditorium Maximum hosted the Graduation Day of 73 new alumni of the School of Medicine in English, Faculty of Medicine JU MC. The new graduates, who took their Hippocratic Oath, come from Norway, Malaysia, Canada, the USA, Sweden, Germany, Saudi Arabia, and Ukraine. Prof. Piotr Laidler, JU Vice-Rector for Medical College, Prof. Tomasz Brzozowski, Vice-Dean for Scientific Researches and International Cooperation, and Prof. Jerzy Walocha, Head of the School Council, took part in the ceremony. The graduates have awarded diplomas to lecturers they voted the best – Prof. Jan Litwin (histology), Dr Monika Bociąga-Jasik (infectious diseases) and Dr Marcin Sobociński (internal diseases).
May 22, 2014
Similarly to the previous years, the central part of the Festival is held on the Main Market Square in Kraków and in the JU Medical College at ul. Św. Anny 12. For three days, that is from Thursday, 22 May to Saturday, 24 May, from 11 am to 6 pm, the Main Market Square will become a "scientific tent town". The visitors will have the opportunity to talk to scientists, students, and other persons directly involved in the organization of the Festival. Those brave enough will have the chance to take part in various scientific experiments and tests. As each year, it will also be possible to visit the premises of academic and scientific institutions, attend lectures and workshops, etc.
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