Events for October 2014

28 October 2014, 15:15 — 16:00

Focusing on the bright tomorrow? A longitudinal study of organizational identification and projected continuity in a corporate merger

Room 1

  Dear Students, You are invited to take part in another meeting in the Scientific Tuesdays series. This time Dr Anna Łupina-Wegener (Department of Economics & Social Sciences, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland) will...

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23 October 2014, 18:00 — 19:00

Meeting for WISP Students

Room 1

  Dear WISP Students! :) Some of you may have already heard that on Thursday (23 Oct) at 18:00, in room 1 on the groundfloor next to elevators (not 412, is seems), there is a meeting for WISP Students who want to have influence on what is going on at WISP :) If you have ideas, if you think you could be a good leader, that's a place for you! The Faculty Student Government...

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14 October 2014, 15:15 — 16:00

To be perfect or not to be: A novel conceptualization of maladaptive perfectionism

Room 1

  Dear Students, You are invited to take part in the next meeting belonging to the "Scientific Tuesdays"* series. Prof. Richard Ohring will talk about perfectionism. You are all invited to take part! When: Tue, 14 Oct, 15:15Where: room 1 at our Faculty *Info for 1st-year Students: "Scientific Tuesadays" is a series of meetings taking place every Tuesday at 15:15-16:00 in room 1 (ground floor, next to elevators). During these meetings, Faculty scientists as well as guests present their research/findings/area of interest etc....

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14 October 2014, 13:15 — 14:15

Discourse, Politics and Media in Contemporary China

Auditorium 1.008 (1st floor) of the new building of the Institute of Applied Linguistics, ul. Dobra 55


Dear Students,

The Institute of Applied Linguistics UW is organizing a lecture by Prof. Hailong Tian (Tianjin Foreign Studies University) entitled Discourse, Politics and Media in Contemporary China. Go if you are interested.

Read more information about the lecturer and the lecture itself on the [website on the Institute of Applied Linguistics UW].