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2006 is the fortieth anniversary of the establishment of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Olsztyn which is today one of fourteen faculties of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn. Thanks to the involvement and creative efforts of all its scientific, teaching and technical staff the Faculty has gradually developed and improved its pedagogic conditions as well as upgrading its research facilities. In 2003 the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine was positively evaluated by the Polish National Accreditation Commission and, in 2005, by the Education Committee of the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education. The Faculty in Olsztyn belongs to the European education system which applies credit points (ECTS) and it also holds the first category for scientific studies. The article presents the genesis of the Faculty, its development and present state, organizational structure, scientific and teaching achievements.
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The Polish Veterinary School in Lviv was founded in 1881 as the third school of this kind in Poland after those in Vilnius (1823-1842) and in Warsaw (1823-1842). Since 1945, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Wroclaw has been continuing the achievements of the Veterinary College in Lviv. The organizer of the School in Lviv was prof. Piotr Seifman (1823-1903), the last Polish director of the Veterinary School in Warsaw (1869-1873) before the Russification of Polish schools. The first lecturers of the newly established School were (apart from P. Seifman) professors: H. K^idyi and A. Barański, and later J. Szpilman and S. Królikowski. The School was renamed in 1896 as the Academy of Veterinary Medicine in Lviv and was active up to the outbreak of World War II. In 1945 the staff of the Academy (which included nine professors: A. Bant, B. Janowski, A. Klisiecki, Z. Markowski, G. Poluszyński, T. Olbrycht, K. Szczudłowski, A. Zakrzewski and T. Konopiński) was forced to expatriate from Lviv to Wroclaw. In Wroclaw the Faculty whose roots go back to 1881 celebrates 50 years of its activity in Wroclaw this year and simultaneously 114 years of its well documented history.
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