Due to further restriction on physical contact introduced in
the country, Deans’ office hours and Assistants’ office hours are suspended. At
the same time:
1) Assistants are at your disposal via e-mail and telephone,
from Monday till Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
2) From 19th of March Deans’ office hours will be conducted
on-line on Microsoft Teams platform. They will be held according to the
- Monday, 10:00 – 11:00, Dean of Bachelor Studies, prof.
- Tuesday, 11:00 – 12:00, Vice-Dean dr Aneta Pluta-Zaremba,
- Wednesday, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m., Vice-Dean dr Olga Mikołajczyk
- Thursday, 10:00 – 11:00, Vice-Dean dr Joanna Stryjek
- Friday, 10:00 – 11:00, Vice-Dean prof. Mariusz Próchniak
Registration for the office hours (until
10:00 a.m. on the day before the office hours of chosen Dean) will be
required via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (in the
content of e-mail please give a short description and name of your Assistant
and the day on which you would like to register for the office hours) – in case
of SGH students, the message should be send from your student e-mail. After
registering, you will receive return message with date and time of consultation
– we will try to meet your expectations for the selected day, but in current
situation it must be taken into account that it is not always possible. Please
wait for the Microsoft Teams connection within the set term. Please
remember, that the time is approximate – depending on time of service of
students before you, it can happened that we will connect a little bit sooner
or later, that is why we ask you to be available at your computer some time in
advance and wait patiently for the connection, if we don’t connect with you at
3) Your requests send by the electronic system are
considered on an ongoing basis, as I gave the information in previous e-mail.
Current system is binding until 25th of March 2020, however
it may be extended.
At the same time remember that University is gradually
switching to a temporary remote working system. As a result, it is important to
pay attention to how the activities for which you are enrolled are organised. I
encourage students who are taking the bachelor seminar to use this time to
intensify their efforts to prepare their work. It is worth remembering that
through VPN you have access to a wide range of text database available in the
SGH library, including Scopus, Web of Science or EBSCO. It is worthwhile to agree
with your supervisors on the mode of work and take advantage of the
opportunities provided by the University without having to leave home.
Take constant care of yourself!
Bartosz Witkowski, Dean of Bachelor Studies.