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Stanislaw Andrzej Hodorowicz

Stanislaw Andrzej Hodorowicz, Polish chemistry educator. member program committee European Crystallographic Meeting, 1986. Recipient award Polish Minister of Science and Technology, 1974, 78, 79. President Foundation for Jagiellonian University, since 1987. Member Polish Chemical Society, Polish Academy of Sciences (member crystallography committee since 1979), Polish School Crystallography (co-chairman 1979).

Background

  • Hodorowicz, Stanislaw Andrzej was born on March 9, 1941 in Bukowina, Poland. Son of Andrzej and Stefania (Konieczma) Hodorowicz.

  • Education

    • Master of Science, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland, 1974. Postgraduate, Leningrad (Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics) State University, 1978.

      Postgraduate, Michigan State University, 1983.

    Career

    • Assistant professor Jagiellonian University, 1976-1980, associate professor, 1981-1987, professor, since 1987, head department crystal chemistry and crystal physics, 1979-1990, deputy head Institute of Chemistry, 1980-1981, associate dean faculty of chemistry, 1984-1986, dean, since 1986. Research associate Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1985-1990.

    Major achievements

    • Member program committee European Crystallographic Meeting, 1986.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    President Foundation for Jagiellonian University, since 1987. Member Polish Chemical Society, Polish Academy of Sciences (member crystallography committee since 1979), Polish School Crystallography (co-chairman 1979).

    Connections

    • Married Ewa Sajdak, March 15, 1969. Children: Wojtek, Diana, Maciek.
    • father: Andrzej Hodorowicz
    • mother: Stefania (Konieczma) Hodorowicz
    • spouse: Ewa Sajdak
    • children: Wojtek Hodorowicz
    • Diana Hodorowicz
    • Maciek Hodorowicz
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    Born March 9, 1941
    Nationality
    Ethnicity:
    • 1970
      Jagiellonian University
    • 1974
      Jagiellonian University
    • 1978
      Leningrad (Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics) State University
    • 1983
      Michigan State University
    • 1986
      Assistant, professor Jagiellonian University
      Dean, Victoria, Australia
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