dr hab. Marzena Marczewska, prof. UJK – the first head of the Polish Culture and Language Centre of the UJK in Kielce (in 2015-2020), currently the director of the Institute of Literature and Linguistics, teaching Polish as a foreign language to English Division groups.
dr hab. Stanisław Cygan, prof. UJK – head of the Polish Culture and Language Centre of the UJK in Kielce since October 1, 2020, linguist, teacher of Polish as a foreign language since 2012, chairman of the Polish Language Proficiency Committee at the UJK in Kielce, organizer of the Summer School of Polish Culture and Language of the UJK in Kielce in Kielce (2015, 2016). He conducts classes with scholarship holders of the Erasmus + program and related programs, as well as in Ukrainian and Russian-speaking groups.
Dr Katarzyna Ostrowska – deputy head of the Polish Culture and Language Centre of the UJK in Kielce since October 1, 2020, doctor of humanities in the field of linguistics, member of the Kielce Scientific Society, associate of the Pedagogical Publishing House of the Polish Teachers’ Union, from 2017 teacher of Polish as a foreign language, deals with teaching Chinese-speaking groups.
Consultation hours: Tuesdays 9.45-11.15 (week B) (r. 226)
Monika Jaworska, MA – MA in Polish philology, teacher of Polish language and culture with over 25 years of experience, teacher of Polish as a foreign language. PhD student at the Institute of Literature and Linguistics at the Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce.
Consultation hours: Thursdays 5.30-6:15 p.m. (online)
Katarzyna Pękala, MA – MA in Polish philology, teacher of English, graduate of Postgraduate Specialist Translation Studies at the Institute of English Studies at the University of Lodz, participant of international methodology courses for teachers of English in Edinburgh, Dublin and Oxford, a teacher of Polish as a foreign language at the UJK in Kielce.
Consultation hours: Fridays 9.45-11.15 a.m. (online)
Barbara Maj-Malinowska, MA – graduate of German Philology at the University of Wrocław (2000); in 2000-2012, a lecturer and examiner at the Goethe-Institut at the Świętokrzyskie Center of Foreign Languages in Kielce, 2013-2016 – lecturer at the Kielce University of Technology (PŚk), 2016 – 2018 – assistant at the Kielce University of Technology, since 2017 – PhD student in linguistic studies at UJK in Kielce – author of scientific articles written in Polish and German.
Dr. Marcin Pawlicki – linguist with psycholinguistic and pragmalinguistic interests. Particularly interested in the subject of the role of the subconscious in communication, as well as persuasion and linguistic manipulation.