Jan Franciszek Jacko CV

 

EDUCATION

 

SCIENTIFIC DEGREES

 

Habilitation (second doctorate) in humanistic management sciences. Jagiellonian University in Kraków.

 

PhD in philosophy (doctor phil., summa cum laude - outstanding). International Academy of Philosophy in the Principality Liechtenstein (IAP), Schaan.

 

M.A. in philosophy (mag. phil., summa cum laude - very good). International Academy of Philosophy in the Principality Liechtenstein (IAP), Schaan.

 

B. A. in philosophy. The Catholic University of Lublin.

 

ARTISTIC EDUCATION

 

Theatrical School of the Gnoma Theatre (Lublin, Poland)

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

PRESENT INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATION

 

Since 2001. Adjunct Lecturer, Faculty of Management and Communication, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland. Solely responsible for lectures, course syllabi, examinations and final evaluations. Teach three to five lectures per semester, estimate examinations, hold office hours.

 

FORMER INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATION

 

1997-2000. Assistant Professor, International Academy of Philosophy in the Principality of Liechtenstein, Vaduz, Liechtenstein. Taught and co-taught one to three lectures or seminars per semester, estimated examinations, held office hours.

 

RESEARCH GRANTS/FELLOWSHIPS

 

2009 – 2012. Director of Research Project (Grant of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education)

2008-2009. Co-participant of Research Project (Grant of Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education)

2007. Teaching Fellowship. Eindhoven, Fontys University of Applied Sciences. Teaching two lectures: Business Ethics, Body Language.

2006. Research Fellowship. Buffalo. University at Buffalo. Visiting Researcher. Teaching two lectures: Intentionality and Space and Ontology of Space.

2002. Director of Research Project. CRBW, Kraków. Jagiellonian University

2000-2002. Local Faculty Fellowship (LFF) Civic Education Project

1997-2000. Assistant Teaching and Research Fellowship of the International Academy of Philosophy in the Principality of Liechtenstein. Vaduz, Liechtenstein.

 

HONOURS AND AWARDS

 

2015. The best article of the year. Honourable mention of the editorial committee of the Homo Ludens - Scientific Journal of the Polish Society for Gaming Research.

1015. The awards of the Rector of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków

2014 The award of the rector of the Warsaw School of Economics

2014. The award of the Rector of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków

2013. The award of the Rector of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE (selected courses taught)

 

JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY, KRAKÓW, POLAND (since 2001-) graduate/undergraduate

 

Courses taught in English

 

Management Ethics. Lecture, 30 hours per semester

Philosophy. Lecture, 30 hours per semester

Body Language. Lecture and seminar, 30 or 60 hours per semester

Intercultural Differences and Cross-Cultural Communication. Lecture, 30 hours per semester

Proxemics - The Role of Space in Communication. Lecture, 30 hours per semester

 

Courses taught in Polish

 

Introduction to Philosophy. Lecture, 30 hours per semester

The Methodology of Scientific Research. Lecture and seminar, 15 hours per semester

Body Language. Lecture and seminar, 15 hours per semester

Cultural Differences.  Lecture, 30 hours per semester

Business Ethics. Lecture, 30 hours per semester

Semiotics of Business. Lecture, 15 hours per semester

Introduction to Psychology. Lecture, 30 hours per semester

Self-presentation and Savoir Vivre. Lecture/workshop, 15 hours per semester

International Negotiations. Lecture, 24 hours per semester

 

INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY FOR PHILOSOPHY IN THE PRINCIPALITY LIECHTENSTEIN (1997-2000) graduate/undergraduate

 

Courses taught in English

 

Philosophy of Non-verbal Communication and Expression. Lecture and seminar, 30 hours per semester

Elements of Social Philosophy. Lecture and seminar, 60 hours per semester. Co-teaching with Prof. Rocco Buttiglione

Philosophy of History. Lecture and seminar, 60 hours per semester. Co-teaching with Prof. Rocco Buttiglione

The Philosophical Roots of Europe. Lecture and seminar, 60 hours per semester. Co-teaching with Prof. Rocco Buttiglione.

 

Courses taught in German and English

 

Philosophy of Theatre. Lecture and seminar, 30 hours per semester. Co-teaching with Prof. Rocco Buttiglione.

Philosophy of Science. The seminar, 30 hours per semester. Co-teaching with Prof. Rocco Buttiglione.

 

SOME GUEST LECTURES

·       Management Ethics in Decision Making. InterAmerican University of Puerto Rico. Metropolitan Campus. General Educational Program. San Juan (USA/Puerto Rico). 2015. 30  hours. Language: English.

·        Aristotle versus Plato. InterAmerican University of Puerto Rico. Metropolitan Campus. San Juan (Pureto Rico, USA). 2014 r. 3 hours. Language: English.

·        Territorial Ethics. 3 godz. InterAmerican University of Puerto Rico. Metropolitan Campus. San Juan (Pureto Rico, USA). 2014 r. 3 hours. Language: English.

·        Spatial Expectations. InterAmerican University of Puerto Rico. Metropolitan Campus. San Juan (Pureto Rico, USA). 2014 r. 3 hours. Language: English.

·        Non Spatial Territories. InterAmerican University of Puerto Rico. Metropolitan Campus. San Juan (Pureto Rico, USA). 2014 r. 3 hours. Language: English.

·        Business Ethics. Worms University of Applied Sciences / Hochschule Worms. 2014. 3 hours. Language: English.

·       Nonverbal Communication in Business. Worms University of Applied Sciences / Hochschule Worms. 2014. 3 hours. Language: English.

·       Business Ethics. Visiting lectures at the Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Eindhoven, Holland. 2007 November 09-15. 6 hours. Language: English.

·       Body Language. Visiting lectures at the Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Eindhoven, Holland. 2007 November 09-15. 6 hours. Language: English.

·       Intentionality and Space. Department of Philosophy, University at Buffalo. October 2006.

·       Ontology of Interpersonal Space. Department of Geography, University at Buffalo. October 2006.

·       Karambolage der Kulturen. The opening event of the European Year of Language 2001. Balzers, Bildungshaus Gutenberg, Principality of Liechtenstein. 5 hours. Language: German

·       Eristik. Courses for the International Institute for Interpersonal Communication, Liechtenstein, Schaan, November 2001. 5 hours. Language: German.

·       Listen! Evoking and Maintaining the Attention of Your Listeners. The International Conference for Teachers Neues Lernen, Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 21. - 23. November 2001. 5  hours. Language: English.

·       Express it! Understanding and Using Body Language in the Classroom. The International Conference for Teachers. Neues Lernen, Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 21. - 23. November 2001. 5 hours Language: English

·       Eristics for Teachers: Some Ancient and Recent Methods. The International Conference for Teachers. Neues Lernen, Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 21. - 23. November 2001. 5 hours. Language: English.

·       How to Make Use of Hands in Teaching.  The International Conference for Teachers. Neues Lernen, Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 21. - 23. November 2001. 5 hours. Language: English.

·       Symbolik des Körpers und Rituale als Kommunikationsmittel. Courses for International Institute for Interpersonal Communication, Liechtenstein, Schaan, May 2001. 15 hours. Language: German.

 

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

 

GENERAL

 

a.      Philosophical anthropology

b.     Ethics

c.      Management

 

PARTICULAR

 

a.      Semiotics and communication

-        Spatial symbols

-        Proxemics

-        Non-verbal strategies in business and teaching (applied semiotics)

-        Cross-cultural communication

 

b.     Practical logic

-        Reasoning in business and teaching

-        Methodology of dialogue

-        Eristic reasoning

 

c.      Ethics

-        Business ethics

-        The methodology of reasoning in ethics

-        Situation ethics

 

d.     Semiotics of visual arts (theatre, painting)

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

GENERAL

 

a.      Cross-cultural communication

b.     Body language in business and teaching

c.      Semiotics of non-verbal communication

 

PARTICULAR

 

a.      Proxemics

b.     Rational sensitivity

c.      Strategic reasoning

 

KNOWLEDGE OF LANGUAGES

 

English – excellent reading and speaking knowledge

German – good reading and speaking knowledge

Russian – good reading and fair speaking knowledge

Italian, Latin, French, Ukrainian, Portuguese, Slovak – poor reading knowledge

Polish – native language