Current CV

GRZEGORZ (GREG) LEWICKI

Grzegorz Greg LewickiEDUCATION:

2010 – 2011

  • Philosophy of Science (MSc, distinction) – London School of Economics and Political Science

2009 – 2015 

2007 – 2009

  • Philosophy (MSc, distinction) – Jagiellonian University;
  • Civilizations studies (postgraduate course) – Notre Dame University, South Bend, USA.

2006 – 2007

  • European Studies on Society and Science: Governance and the Cultures of Innovation (MA) – Universiteit Maastricht

2003 – 2006

  • International Relations (BA, distinction) – Tischner European University, Krakow

WORK EXPERIENCE:

2011 – present

  • journalist in most influential Polish weekly  “Wprost” (from X.2011 on): writing, editing, interviews, expert comments (international affairs, science)
  • cooperation in educational project: Polish Academic Centre in London

2010 – present

2004 – 2009

2006 – 2009

  • Coordination of civil society-oriented trips, e.g. to Ukraine, Serbia and Georgia; co-direction of  the post-trip documentary “Tracing non-violent revolutions” (watch the movie – in Polish);
  • Academic presentations, interviews, visiting seminars, art exhibitions, intercultural events

2008 – 2009

  • Researcher/didactic tutor in TIPS project: T-Learning to improve professional skills for intercultural dialogue” for European Commission; reports on the role of cultural mediator and situation of immigrants in Poland, analysis of case-studies; new media in education.

2008 – International observer at United Nations Commission on Social Development (NY)

2008 – Translator in the wood technology company (English).

2007 – Member of the electoral staff by Civic Platform: election campaign of Jarosław Gowin (MP).

2005 – Editor’s assistant in TVP 2 – National Polish Television.

2004 – Internship: news reporter/documentalist in TVN – Polish private television. _

PUBLICATIONS AND LEADERSHIP:

  • Video-recorded talks: e.g. TEDx
  • Novel (fragments in Polish available on request)
  • Monograph “Here Comes the New Proletariat” (answers the question “what lessons can we draw from the history of antic Rome for European Union’s population dynamics”), Centre for Political Thought, accepted for publication, 2011.
  • Professional trainings:
  1. Journalism (2004-05) at Tischner European University
  2. Public Relations (2008-09) at Jagiellonian University
  3. CMS administration with WordPress, PHP (2004-present) and LMS administration with Moodle (2008-09); self-trained.
  4. Agent-based modelling in NetLogo environment (2010); self-trained.
  5. Theatre and performance workshops (Daniel Goldman,  Goodenough College, London) (2011).

AWARDS:

  • Tischner European University – academic scholarship (2004-06)

ORGANIZATIONS:

SERVICE OFFERED:

[cv updated:  05.01.2015]

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