Rector’s Distinctions for Anastasiia Stupko-Lubczynska

A ceremony to present the UW Rector’s Teaching Awards and the Rector’s Distinctions was held on November 16, 2022 in the Golden Hall of the Kazimierzowski Palace. One of the recipients was Dr. Anastasiia Stupko-Lubczynska of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology.

Dr. Stupko-Lubczynska received the Rector’s Distinction. This award is given for scientific and teaching achievements that significantly contribute to the development and prestige of the University. At this year’s ceremony, Rector of the University of Warsaw, Prof. Alojzy Nowak presented it to 178 UW academics.

Dr. Stupko-Lubczynska specializes, in particular, in research on the architecture and decoration of ancient Egyptian tombs. Her article published in 2021 in “Antiquity” became one of the most popular texts of that year, and information about the results of the research it presented was reported by numerous media outlets around the world.

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