Wojciech is a Professor at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism of the Adam Mickiewicz University (UAM) in Poznan and at the State University of Applied Science in Konin, Poland. He holds a PhD and Habilitation in Political Science from UAM. His major areas of research and scientific interests are: social security as part of national and international activities, implementation of the “welfare state” concept in the Nordic countries, regional security in the Middle East, activities of special forces, combat, and counter terrorism.
Wojciech is an author and editor of over 60 scientific publications in Polish, English and Russian and a participant in over 100 national and international scientific conferences.
He participated in multiple international scientific exchanges as part of the Erasmus/Socrates program and international scientific internships and works with research centers in Norway, Russia, USA, Israel and Portugal. He received several prizes for scientific and teaching activities from UAM in Poznań and PWSZ in Konin.
He was awarded the Silver Medal for the Long Service by the President of the Republic of Poland, and he’s a Reserve Officer of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland
Wojciech co-leads two research teams: Aggression in mass communication in the 21st century and the Poznań International research Group of Conflict Resolution.
He has promoted several dozen bachelor and master theses, two PhD dissertations, and he has been a reviewer of several doctoral and postdoctoral dissertations.
Wojceich is a member of The Baltic Development Forum, The Progressive Governance and Junior Pugwash, the Polish Political Sciences Society, International Political Science Association, and the Polish Society of International Relations. He participated in nine international grants as an individual scientist and as part of a group. Wojciech has been active in social and economic Policy Scientific Circles and in charity actions for disabled people.
Wojciech is an avid bird-watcher who loves to spend long early morning hours in the wild with his camera.