• Ifao-PCMA UW Fellowship awarded to Dr. Fatma Keshk

    For the fourth time, PCMA UW Research Centre in Cairo and Institut français d’archéologie orientale awarded their joint Post-Doctoral Fellowship. The new Fellow is Dr. Fatma Keshk who will organize an interdisciplinary conference on houses and domestic life in ancient Egypt and Sudan. Dr. Keshk, who is based in Cairo, is a graduate of Leiden […]

  • PCMA Scholarship in Egypt – additional recruitment

    Due to the release of several places for PCMA Scholarship in Egypt (Stypendium CAŚ), we announce an additional call for the current academic year (until the end of 2022). The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw (PCMA UW) offers scholarships for scientists wishing to conduct research in Egypt. The scholarships have been awarded […]

  • New National Science Centre grants for PCMA UW

    The National Science Centre has awarded funding for two new projects to be carried out at the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw. Dr Iwona Kozieradzka-Ogunmakin received an Opus grant for the project Life and Death in Trying Times: A Bioarchaeological Study of the Effect of Socio-political and Climatic Changes on […]

  • Benedykt Polak award for Wojciech Kołątaj

    At the Łańcut Castle a ceremony was held on 23rd October 2021 to present one of the Benedykt Polak Awards to Dr. Eng. Wojciech Kołątaj, a long-time employee of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology in Cairo. The Benedykt Polak Award has been awarded annually since 2015 to two laureates, a Pole and a foreigner, […]

  • Prime Minister’s Award for Artur Obłuski

    Among this year’s laureates of the Prime Minister’s Awards is Assist. Prof. Artur Obłuski of the PCMA UW. He was distinguished in the category of “highly acclaimed scientific achievements providing the basis for habilitation degree”. The award was granted for the monograph The Monasteries and Monks of Nubia, described as “an outstanding work: the proof […]

  • National Science Centre 2021 award for Dr. Paweł Polkowski

    Dr. Paweł Polkowski from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw and the Archaeological Museum in Poznań received the National Science Center 2021 Award in the category of humanities, social sciences and art. The prize is awarded to young scientists for significant scientific achievements in basic research carried out in Poland and documented […]

  • IDUB grant for PCMA UW scholar

    Another PCMA UW researcher has been awarded a micro-grant from the program “Initiative for Excellence – Research University” (IDUB). Dr Agnieszka Pieńkowska received funding for library research at Maison Archéologie & Ethnologie René-Ginouvès Université Paris Nanterre. She will carry out research necessary for the analysis of the results of archaeological excavations by a PCMA UW expedition […]

  • Funding from CRAC for PCMA UW researchers

    In the third edition of the Small Grants of the Center for Research on Ancient Civilizations of the University of Warsaw (CRAC), funding was awarded to nine projects. One of them was submitted by Dr. Michela Gaudiello of PCMA UW. Dr. Gaudiello’s application concerned funding for the publication of her article Mifsas Bahri: a Late […]

  • Another article in Open Access thanks to IDUB grant

    Dr Rober Mahler received a grant from the University of Warsaw program “Excellence Initiative – Research University” (IDUB). It will finance the Open Access option on his article in the journal “Archaeometry”. These grants are awarded for supporting publications in the open access model by University of Warsaw scholars and doctoral students. More information and […]

  • Scholarship of the Minister of Education and Science for Dr. Marcin Kotyl

    Today (23.06.2021) scholarships for outstanding young scientists were awarded at the Ministry of Education and Science. Among their recepients is Dr. Marcin Kotyl from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw. The scholarship is awarded to young scientists, i.e. persons without a doctoral degree or those who received a doctoral degree […]

  • Polish Society of African Studies award for Mariusz Drzewiecki’s book

    A book by Dr. Mariusz Drzewiecki from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archeology of the University of Warsaw (PCMA UW) received the award of the Polish Society of African Studies for the best publication on African studies in 2020. The publication entitled “Fortresses of Upper Nubia in the light of archaeological and ethnological researches” (in […]

  • UW Rector’s distinction for Dr. Agata Deptuła

    Among the laureates of this year’s distinctions of the Rector of the University of Warsaw is Dr. Agata Deptuła from CAŚ UW. The prize is awarded to academics who distinguish themselves with scientific and teaching achievements. Dr. Deptuła specializes in Greek epigraphy and Nubiology. She is a mamber of the ERC grant team “UMMA – […]