Info on courses by Prof. M. Kuhlman
As you already know, one of our visiting instructors, Prof. M. Kuhlman, will not come to Warsaw in January 2011 as it was originally planned. It has been decided that one of his courses, Social Interdependence, will not take place this year at all. It might be offered during Professor Kuhlman's next visit. The course Individual Differences (for 2nd-year Students) is moved to the spring semester of the current academic year.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
AFTER THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2009/2010
The complete list of students of the whole faculty (so also Polish students) is on the faculty board on the 2nd floor, next to the room no. 76.
Look at the table there. The scholarship for good grades is called “stypendium naukowe” and if there is TAK (“yes”) next to your PESEL number, it means that you have the scholarship.
Foreign students (without Polish PESEL) who...
Schedule of the EXAM SESSION
(winter semester 2010/11)
Biological Bases of Behaviour
Mon, 24 Jan 2011, 12:00, room 412
Developmental Psychology II
Thu, 27 Jan 2011, 09:30, room 412
Introduction to Psychology
Mon, 31 Jan 2011, 12:00, room 405
Tue, 25 Jan 2011, 16:00, room 405
Mon 24 and Tue 25 Jan 2011, various hours, please come to the office to sign up for this exam!
Fri 28 Jan 2011, 15:30, room 404
Social Psychology II
Most probably during the week 10-15 Jan 2011, the exact date will be...
[3rd year] SDM deadlines
Since the SDM classes on 14 Dec were cancelled, all the deadlines are scheduled for one week later, eg. if something was scheduled for 14 Dec, it is now scheduled for 21 Dec.
Dear 5th-year Students,
Just a short reminder: if you want to defend your thesis, don’t forget about the below requirements:
· You need to finish the year, which means that everything that was required from you will have to be done.
· You need to finish your master’s seminar, which means obtaining a grade from the seminar after the 4th semester (it is a grade that reflects the process of preparing your thesis; there will be another grade for your thesis).
· You can’t have...