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Richard Hornik

 

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 Director of Overseas Partnership Programs for the Center for News Literacy at Stony Brook University, where he has lectured on journalism since 2007. In the fall of 2012, he was a visiting lecturer at the University of Hong Kong. A journalist and news executive with over 30 years of global experience, he is also an editorial consultant, who has designed and implemented editorial reorganizations at Reuters and the Harvard Business Review. In 2011 he served as the Harvard Business Review’s Interim Editor.

In 2001, Mr. Hornik retired from his position as executive editor of AsiaWeek, capping 24 years with the publications of Time Inc. He ran TIME’s foreign coverage between 1994-97 and served as its bureau chief in Warsaw, Boston, Beijing and Hong Kong, and as national economics correspondent in Washington, D.C. and Europe business editor in London.

After eight years of teaching News Literacy in United States and Asia Mr. Hornik is looking forward to share his experience with educators from the region he became familiar with while reporting for Time Magazine.

 

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 Director of Overseas Partnership Programs for the Center for News Literacy at Stony Brook University, where he has lectured on journalism since 2007. In the fall of 2012, he was a visiting lecturer at the University of Hong Kong. A journalist and news executive with over 30 years of global experience, he is also an editorial consultant, who has designed and implemented editorial reorganizations at Reuters and the Harvard Business Review. In 2011 he served as the Harvard Business Review’s Interim Editor.

In 2001, Mr. Hornik retired from his position as executive editor of AsiaWeek, capping 24 years with the publications of Time Inc. He ran TIME’s foreign coverage between 1994-97 and served as its bureau chief in Warsaw, Boston, Beijing and Hong Kong, and as national economics correspondent in Washington, D.C. and Europe business editor in London.

After eight years of teaching News Literacy in United States and Asia Mr. Hornik is looking forward to share his experience with educators from the region he became familiar with while reporting for Time Magazine.

 

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Prof. dr hab. Dorota Piontek

 

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Professor at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. As an experienced researcher of relations between media, popular culture and politics in Polish, European and a global setting she has supervised the work of countless bachelor, master and PhD students concerning modern political communications and mediatization of social life. Professor Piontek is looking forward to applying her considerable experience gained both participating in international research projects and hundreds of classroom hours spent teaching journalism and communication students to Poznań News Literacy Summer Institute programme.
dorota.piontek@amu.edu.pl

 

Professor at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. As an experienced researcher of relations between media, popular culture and politics in Polish, European and a global setting she has supervised the work of countless bachelor, master and PhD students concerning modern political communications and mediatization of social life. Professor Piontek is looking forward to applying her considerable experience gained both participating in international research projects and hundreds of classroom hours spent teaching journalism and communication students to Poznań News Literacy Summer Institute programme. 

 

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Agnieszka Filipiak

 

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 Phd student at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She is a graduate of political science and Spanish philology. Agnieszka’s research focuses on the influence new and social media exert on social movements. After attending Stony Brook’s 2014 News Literacy Summer Institute she has skillfully applied this academic background and her rich experience as a language teacher for further development and adaption of the News Literacy curriculum for the course she co-taught with Eliza Kania and Rafał Wiśniewski at AMU.

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Phd student at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She is a graduate of political science and Spanish philology. Agnieszka’s research focuses on the influence new and social media exert on social movements. After attending Stony Brook’s 2014 News Literacy Summer Institute she has skillfully applied this academic background and her rich experience as a language teacher for further development and adaption of the News Literacy curriculum for the course she co-taught with Eliza Kania and Rafał Wiśniewski at AMU.

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Eliza Kania

 

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Earned her PhD at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Her academic interests revolve around the issues of social movements, precarization of labour and condition of contemporary capitalism. After attending Stony Brook’s 2014 News Literacy Summer Institute Eliza worked on adapting the News Literacy curriculum to Polish conditions and co-taught the course at AMU with Agnieszka Filipiak and Rafał Wiśniewski. As her traveler’s soul has led her to journey to most of Central and East European countries, Eliza is looking forward to join minds with the Poznan Summer Institute’s participants on adapting the course in other countries of the region.

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eliza.kania@amu.edu.pl 02 01
Earned her PhD at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Her academic interests revolve around the issues of social movements, precarization of labour and condition of contemporary capitalism. After attending Stony Brook’s 2014 News Literacy Summer Institute Eliza worked on adapting the News Literacy curriculum to Polish conditions and co-taught the course at AMU with Agnieszka Filipiak and Rafał Wiśniewski. As her traveler’s soul has led her to journey to most of Central and East European countries, Eliza is looking forward to join minds with the Poznan Summer Institute’s participants on adapting the course in other countries of the region.

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Jeroen Van den Bosch

 

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 Jeroen Van den Bosch- PhD Student at the  Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and coordinator of Erasmus Mundus mobility at the AMU’s Transatlantic Mobility Office. Jeroen was born and raised in Leuven, Belgium. His choice for Slavonic studies launched him into the rich cultural world of Central and Eastern Europe. He did research in Odessa, Irkutsk, Krakow and Moscow.  After obtaining his master degree, Jeroen decided to stay at Adam Mickiewicz University as a researcher and since 2012 as a PhD student at the Faculty of Political Science & Journalism, AMU. As a coordinator of Erasmus Mundus Alumni program, Jeroen is looking forward to welcoming former exchange students to News Literacy Summer Institute in Poznań. He hopes that it will be the next step in the long-term partnership with those promising young scholars from a range of partner countries.

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Jeroen Van den Bosch- PhD Student at the  Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and coordinator of Erasmus Mundus mobility at the AMU’s Transatlantic Mobility Office. Jeroen was born and raised in Leuven, Belgium. His choice for Slavonic studies launched him into the rich cultural world of Central and Eastern Europe. He did research in Odessa, Irkutsk, Krakow and Moscow.  After obtaining his master degree, Jeroen decided to stay at Adam Mickiewicz University as a researcher and since 2012 as a PhD student at the Faculty of Political Science & Journalism, AMU. As a coordinator of Erasmus Mundus Alumni program, Jeroen is looking forward to welcoming former exchange students to News Literacy Summer Institute in Poznań. He hopes that it will be the next step in the long-term partnership with those promising young scholars from a range of partner countries.

 

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Rafał Wiśniewski

 

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Rafał earned his PhD at the  Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and now continues his work in this institution as senior lecturer. He specializes in international relations with special emphasis on security issues. As a graduate of Stony Brook’s 2014 News Literacy Summer Institute Rafał successfully introduced a degree of international and security topics into a curriculum of the News Literacy course he co-taught with Agnieszka Filipiak and Eliza Kania at AMU.

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Rafał  earned his PhD at the  Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and now continues his work in this institution as senior lecturer. He specializes in international relations with special emphasis on security issues. As a graduate of Stony Brook’s 2014 News Literacy Summer Institute Rafał successfully introduced a degree of international and security topics into a curriculum of the News Literacy course he co-taught with Agnieszka Filipiak and Eliza Kania at AMU.

 

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