In November 2019, students and staff of Alfred Nobel University joined the celebration of the National Independence Day of the Republic of Poland and the Days of Polish Culture in Dnipro.
On November 11, the National Independence Day of the Republic of Poland, there was the grand opening of the exhibition Polskie Kobiety w Nauce. The exhibition lasted 11 days in the Building B, so students had the opportunity to learn about the significant contribution of Polish scientists. They were inspired by incredible stories, because, for example, Marie Curie remains the most famous woman in the history of the Nobel Prize, as she is the first woman to receive a prestigious scientific award twice. The Frenchwoman of Polish descent received the Nobel Prize in Physics for her study of radiation in 1903 and in Chemistry for her discovery of the elements radium and polonium in 1911. Her eldest daughter, Irene Joliot-Curie, received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1935.
On November 24, the play ‘My Chopin’ by the Theater Studio ‘POLOT’ from Odessa took place in the assembly hall of the Alfred Nobel University. The representatives of the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Kharkiv was in Dnipro on this day to visit the play and the Alfred Nobel University, as Frederic Chopin is a prominent Polish composer and pianist of French descent. He is considered a national hero in Poland. Charming music and memories of the outstanding composer delighted the audience in the hall of innovative Alfred Nobel University, whose students have the opportunity to study in unique double degree programs and receive after graduation a diploma of Alfred Nobel University (Ukraine) and a diploma of Wyższa Szkoła Humanitas (Poland).