AUTHORITIES AND THE STAFF
|Rector of WSTiJO|
|PhD Włodzimierz Banasik
the Graduate of Technics and IT at the University in Silesia. Having graduated from the university he worked for travel agencies, hotels in Poland and abroad. PhD in liberal studies, policy studies – social policy, regional and local development. Lecturer: Higher School of Hotel Management, Catering Industry and Tourism, Postgraduate Course for Tourist Managers, Main Trade School, Upper Silesian Trade Higher School, Physical Education Academy in Warsaw. He served as a coordinator of Erasmus and student traineeships, director of scientific institution and dean of faculty. His interests: mountains, sailing, choir singing, historical films.
|Chancellor-founder of WSTiJO|
|MSc Jadwiga Barbara Moroz
The Graduate of University of Poznań in German Department and SGPiS (known as SGH) – field: Foreign Business. Multiannual Worker in the Centre of the Foreign Business, travel offices as a representative of them in many European countries. Active Pilot and a Tour Guide in Warsaw as well as German Lector. A Founder of Nonpublic Postsecondary-Tourism Study, Foreign Languages and Management with permissions of public school. A Founder and Owner of the Career Office and Hounters in Nowar Tour.
|Vice-rector for organizational matters|
MSc Barbara Malczewska
Organization and management of education specialist, long-standing Deputy head of the Schools Complex no. 21, Headmaster of Business and Foreign Languages School in Warsaw, Headmaster of the National Corporation of Education including Business Schools in many cities in Poland, studies organization vice-rector in the Higher School of Economic Activity in Warsaw.
|Vice-rector of science|
PhD Elżbieta Puchnarewicz -
PhD of Orientalist Sciences, PhD with ‘habilitation’ (a post-doctoral degree) of Earth science /geography/, long-standing lecturer at the Geography and Regional Studies Faculties in Warsaw University. PhD Elżbieta’s Puchnarewicz area of research is cultural tourism in the Middle East and Africa countries as well as tourism development in the southern countries.