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Both of his offices are stored in his laptop that he carries in his backpack. Jan Grulich, a graduate from the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, a senator for the Rychnov constituency and the headmaster of a primary school in Dobřany, became a politician and won the Headmaster of the Year award in midst of the pandemic. He hopes to help to make education a priority in the Czech Republic. You are a headmaster, teacher, shareholder in a company producing vitamin supplements as well as a...
Last year, a total of eight personalities from the University of Pardubice were among the most cited scientists in the world. The list with 2 percent of the most cited scientists in all fields includes 160,000 names. At the end of the year, the list was published by the analysts from Stanford University. The list also includes the name of Professor Jiří Málek, Rector of the University of Pardubice. The other frequently cited scientists from our university are Prof. Filip Bureš, Prof. Petr...
We Have a Unique Chance to Get the Situation Under Control but the Vaccines Must Not Be Sitting in the Fridge According to the immunologist Zuzana Bílková from the Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice, the summer of 2021 may be a calm one. But only on the condition that the vaccination is carried out fairly quickly, everyone knows what to do and the vaccines are not sitting in the fridge waiting for application. “We have a unique opportunity to get the situation...
During the global developments concerning the spreading of the coronavirus, the academics and Ph.D. students from the Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice have decided to help with the testing of samples of indicated patients for COVID-19. They started in the spring together with the Pardubice Region Hospitals. The testing team is led by the experienced scientist Mgr. Barbora Jankovičová, Ph.D. who not only put together the whole team but also organized the necessary...
He has been the Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Administration since January. He has now four years to fulfil his visions. With a purely women's team of vice-deans, he would like to continue the work of his predecessors. Jan Stejskal, 40, would also like to strengthen students' creative thinking, communicate better with university students and academics, and base quality research on doctoral students. You're a boy scout. Will you apply the principles of Scouting in the management of...
Coronavirus has shaken not only health care services, but even more economics. It will keep dropping for several months to come. And the government is facing many decisions that will be important for the functioning of the state. "Our economy has one huge advantage over many other market economies in the world. We can afford to increase the indebtedness because it is relatively low," says economist Jan Černohorský of the Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Pardubice....
British ambassador Nicholas Stewart Archer visited the University of Pardubice for the second time this past year. He met with the management of the University of Pardubice at the end of February, and discussed education and Brexit with students in Pardubice.  Did you spend a part of your studies abroad? …at another university? What are the benefits of such a student exchange? Well I never went to another university. I did a couple of language breaks in Berlin as I was doing...
In 1989, Jiří Málek was 30 years old and went to Spain on a research stay. Therefore, he could only follow the 1989 events from abroad. He learnt from the press what was going on not only in Czechoslovakia. “No one knew what the outcome would be. But I would rely on young people even today,” says Jiří Málek, the Rector of the University of Pardubice. Can you recall what you were actually doing on Friday 17 November? Quite exactly. As a researcher at the Institute of Chemical...