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 Results of the voting

 
​On March 23rd the voting in the second edition of the Participatory Budget for Students and PhD Students has ended. Thank you for all your votes. The final number of ideas, which will be implemented within the assumed budget of PLN 25,000, will be known after determining the precise cost estimates of the projects that received the highest number of votes.

The list of projects in order resulting from the number of votes:

1.    Ivy League – bluszcz w budynku C (Ivy League - ivy in the building C) - 420 votes
submitted by Arkadiusz Haupt

2.    Green is good - 388 votes
submitted by Sergiusz Bojarczuk

3.    Zdrowy kręgosłup w czasie lockdownu (Healthy spine in the time of lockdown) - 312 votes
submitted by Justyna Dylik

4.    Kawałek własnego lasu (A piece of your own forest) - 306 votes
submitted by Andrei Tarasiuk

5.    Koniec z elektrośmieciami – pojemnik na drobne odpady (No more electro-waste) - 233 votes
submitted by Monika Pieniak

6.    Panel klimatyczny – co SGH może zrobić dla klimatu? (SGH Climate Assembly – what can SGH do for the climate?) - 89 votes
submitted by Marek Józefiak, Ilona Jędrasik

7.    Vademecum Zero Waste – warsztaty online (Zero Waste Vademecum – online workshop) - 88 votes
submitted by Julia Jesionek
 

 Projects accepted for the voting

 
On March 16th we start the voting for projects submitted in the second edition Student and PhD-Student Participatory Budget. The Student and Doctoral Student Participatory Budget Committee accepted 7 (out of 12) interesting proposals in the 2021 edition.

The voting will take place until 23:59 on Tuesday, March 23rd. Votes can be cast using the electronic system with the link available in the Virtual Dean’s Office. Each student and PhD student can vote only once by casting a vote on a maximum number of 3 projects.

Below we present the list of accepted projects (in alphabetical order):

1.    Green is good
submitted by Sergiusz Bojarczuk
submission form

2.    Ivy League – bluszcz w budynku C (Ivy League - ivy in the building C)
submitted by Arkadiusz Haupt
submission form

3.    Kawałek własnego lasu (A piece of your own forest)
submitted by Andrei Tarasiuk
submission form

4.    Koniec z elektrośmieciami – pojemnik na drobne odpady (No more electro-waste)
submitted by Monika Pieniak
submission form

5.    Panel klimatyczny – co SGH może zrobić dla klimatu? (SGH Climate Assembly – what can SGH do for the climate?)
submitted by Marek Józefiak, Ilona Jędrasik
submission form

6.    Vademecum Zero Waste – warsztaty online (Zero Waste Vademecum – online workshop)
submitted by Julia Jesionek
submission form

7.    Zdrowy kręgosłup w czasie lockdownu (Healthy spine in the time of lockdown)
submitted by Justyna Dylik
submission form
 

 Participatory Budget for Students and PhD Students

 
​Are you a student or doctoral student at SGH - Warsaw School of Economics? Are you interested in the notions of environmental protection? You have an idea on how to positively affect the state of our planet through activities at the School? You have an idea on how to make your studying environment more green and ecological?

Submit your project for the second edition of the Student and PhD Student Participatory Budget, with the theme "ECOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS"!

What is the participatory budget?
The participatory budget is a co-management (participatory management) mechanism based on the inclusion of a wide circle of stakeholders into the decision-making on the allocation of a specific part of the budget in an institution or organisation.
 
In the case of the Student and PhD Student Participatory Budget at the Warsaw School of Economics, the budget for 2021 amounts to PLN 25,000. The students and PhD students are able to submit proposals on the expenditure of this amount. The concepts for implementation are chosen by means of a general vote. The maximum value of a single project submitted can equal the entire amount to be distributed, i.e. up to PLN 25,000.

The Participatory Budget’s theme is “Ecological Innovations”. Students and PhD students can submit projects aimed at improving the conditions of study and comprehensive development of students and doctoral students at the School, which also fit into the theme – they take into account the context of environmental protection and pro-ecological activities. These can especially include projects intended at:
a) improving the School’s infrastructure used by students and PhD students;
b) promoting health and growth of ecological awareness among the academic community members;
c) improving the study comfort.

It is possible to put forward permanent initiatives (e.g. infrastructural) and one-time initiatives (e.g. events, campaigns among the academic community, organisational solutions), except for initiatives organised directly by the School’s Student Organisations (SSOs).

The Participatory Budget does not cover the following:
•    granting additional cash benefits;
•    funding of projects organised directly by the School’s Student Organisations;
•    tasks contrary to the School’s mission
•    projects that entail obtaining financial benefits by the applicants.

Who can submit a project?
Projects can be submitted by any student of first and second degree as well as PhD student of the SGH Warsaw School of Economics, both individually and in groups of no more than five people. You can be an author or co-author of a maximum of three projects.

How to submit a project?
Projects are put forward on an submission form sent via e-mail to: innowacje.ekologiczne@sgh.waw.pl Submissions must be sent from an address registered in the School’s e-mail system.
 
How to prepare a proposal?
The detailed rules of implementation of the project titled “Student and PhD Student Participatory Budget at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics. Edition 2021 – Ecological Innovations”, including the criteria to be met by the submitted concepts, are presented in the regulations.

Promotion of submitted concepts
After the completion of project submission and verification by the Student and Doctoral Student Participatory Budget Committee, the submitted proposals will be presented to the School’s community on this website. You can also promote the submitted concepts on your own.
 
 
 

 Schedule

 
25 January – 5 March 2021
​Submission of projects

8 March – 15 March 2021
Verification of projects  

16 March 2021
Presentation of projects accepted for voting   

16 March – 23 March 2021
Voting

24 March 2021
Announcement of voting results  
 

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 Student and PhD Student Participatory Budget Committee

 
prof. Piotr Wachowiak
Rector

prof. Krzysztof Kozłowski
Vice Rector for Teaching and Student Affair

prof. Wojciech Pacho
Dean of the Doctoral School

dr. Marcin Dąbrowski
Chancellor

Mateusz Wantuła
Head of the Students’ Union

Mirosław Łukasiewicz
Head of the PhD Students’ Union

Karolina Pawlaczyk
secretary of the Commitee