Ewa Stachura, Board member of EURASHE

Ewa Stachura is the Rector and Professor of the University of Applied Sciences in Raciborz, Poland (since 2015), member of the Conference of Rectors of State Schools of Higher Vocational Education (KRePSz) and vice-President of the Board of KRePSZ (since 2015).

She graduated and obtained her PhD and habilitation in architecture. Ewa’s research interests are interdisciplinary covering contemporary architecture, urban design and sustainable urban space. She has participated in and directed national and regional research programs and has published five books and over a hundred scientific papers. Ewa has considerable academic experience delivering nationwide post-graduate training courses for both students, developers and real estate specialists. Currently, she coordinates and runs design studios, lectures and workshops in contemporary architecture and urban design in the heritage context. In addition, she has postgraduate supervisory experience mentoring PhD architecture students. In 2014 – 15 she held a position of Associate Professor at the International University of Sarajevo. She has been elected to the Board of EURASHE in 2018 for a 2-year mandate.

is the Rector and Professor of the University of Applied Sciences in Raciborz, Poland (since 2015), member of the Conference of Rectors of State Schools of Higher Vocational Education (KRePSz) and vice-President of the Board of KRePSZ (since 2015).

She graduated and obtained her PhD and habilitation in architecture. Ewa’s research interests are interdisciplinary covering contemporary architecture, urban design and sustainable urban space. She has participated in and directed national and regional research programs and has published five books and over a hundred scientific papers. Ewa has considerable academic experience delivering nationwide post-graduate training courses for both students, developers and real estate specialists. Currently, she coordinates and runs design studios, lectures and workshops in contemporary architecture and urban design in the heritage context. In addition, she has postgraduate supervisory experience mentoring PhD architecture students. In 2014 – 15 she held a position of Associate Professor at the International University of Sarajevo. She has been elected to the Board of EURASHE in 2018 for a 2-year mandate.