Poland - committees

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ICE has a local association in Poland, which organises events and activities for members and there's also an ICE Student Chapter at AGH University of Science and Technology, Cracow. Find out more about the committees, including what they do, who's on them and how you can get involved.

  • The Poland Local Association

    Henryk Liszka, Chair

    The Poland Local Association arranges events, visits to ongoing engineering projects and social events for ICE members based in Poland. This gives members the opportunity to share knowledge and network with other professional engineers.

    Name Position
    Henryk Liszka Chairman
    Paweł Morąg Vice Chairman
    Adrian Biesaga ICE Representative for Poland
    Michał Kowalski Treasurer
    Dawid Wiśniewski General Secretary
    Krzysztof Milanowski Graduate Representative
     

    Got a question?

    The Poland Local Association is always looking for new committee members. If you have a few hours to spare we'd be pleased to have you on board.

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Student Chapters

AGH University of Science and Technology Student Chapter

The ICE Student Chapter at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow is run by an elected committee of students who organise civil engineering events.

Getting involved with a Student Chapter gives civil engineer students valuable experience of working with members in the industry. It also helps you develop negotiation, organisation and budgetary skills, which will give you invaluable experience for your professional life.

Name Position
Aleksandra Kowalik Chairman
Sławomir Kozień Vice Chairman
 

Interested in getting involved?

If you'd like to find out more or get involved please contact the Chair or Vice Chair.

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