Computer lab opened at the Faculty of Philology with the support of Czech partners

Computer lab opened at the Faculty of Philology with the support of Czech partners

On Tuesday, November 27, 2018 the Faculty of Philology hosted the Hetman of the Pardubice region Martin Netolitsky, the Deputy Consul General of the Czech Republic in Lviv Igor Shedo, a Czech parliamentarian Vaclav Snopek, and the chairperson of the charitable fund "VIZa" Volodymyr Chubirko. The guests were welcomed by the First Vice-Rector Oleksandr Slyvka, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs and Research Myroslava Lendel, Vice-Rector for Administrative Affairs Dmytro Soyma, the dean of the Faculty of Philology Halyna Shumytska and the staff of the department of Slovak philology, who train specialists in the specialisms "Slovak Language and Literature" and "Czech Language and Literature". They all gathered to open a renovated computer lab at the faculty.

 The event was opened by the Vice-Rector Oleksandr Slyvka who thanked the guests for the cooperation and assistance.

Martin Netolitsky outlined the goals of the joint projects: "We started our collaboration more than five years ago. Since that time we’ve managed to implement lots of projects, in particular, in the fields of education and medicine. Our credo is to invest into the projects which have prospects for the future. Therefore, we find healthcare and education the best spheres for invesments. After all, healthy children, healthy and well-informed citizens are our healthy future. Educated people are the basis of a society, they are not subject to manipulation and can make a cool-headed analysis of the situation."

Vice-Rector Myroslava Lendel expressed gratitude to the guests: "We are always waiting for the delegations from the Czech Republic in a special way because they always bring specific projects and results. Thanks to our partners! Owing to you, the level of Bohemian studies has risen to a higher level. I am sure we’ll implements many more joint projects in the future, and the Faculty of Philology will become not only the oldest but also the best university faculty."

The chairperson of the charitable fund "VIZa" Volodymyr Chubirko also contributed to the opening of the new computer lab. He thanked the Chech friends, particularly Mr.Martin, for the financial support provided for the project implementation.

 The new computer lab looks impressive with freshly painted walls, new furniture and appliances. The audience is also decorated with the posters, which depict the Pardubice region.