We are pleased to inform that as of April 1, 2019 Dr hab. Eliza Przeździecka, an associate professor at the Warsaw School of Economics, has joined the Board of Directors of the Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission. Prof. Przeździecka is a Fulbright alumna (2013-14 Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the Duke University). Her scientific interests focus on foreign investments, global value chains and business internationalization.
Eliza Przeździecka substituted Prof. Marek Wierzbowski, to whom we would like to extend out wholehearted appreciation for six-year service for the Commission.
The work of the Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission is supervised by a Board of Directors, which consists of 10 members: five Polish citizens and five U.S. citizens appointed by the honorary co-chairmen of the Board – Minister of Science and Higher Education and the U.S. Ambassador to Poland. The main responsibilities of the Board include supervision over the implementation of statutory objectives and the finances of the Commission. Board members also take part in the development of the Commission’s development strategy and approve the lists of students and scholars nominated for the Fulbright grants. The term of office of a Board member lasts three years. List of current Board Members is available here.