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All Those Interested In History Are Invited To Join Pilsudski Institute’s WikiProject
The Jozef Pilsudski Institute of America’s current Wikipedian-in-Residence (WiR), Piotr Puchalski, ends his internship at the Piłsudski Institute at the end of July 2014. He is moving to Madison, Wisconsin to continue his studies in general Polish history. he will be replaced by Lukasz Chelminski, who will begin as WiR in September. Lukasz immigrated to the United States in 1991. He attended the Bronx High School of Science, and got his BA at Stony Brook University. He is currently a doctoral candidate in Modern European History at the CUNY Graduate Center
During the months of July and August 2014 Adam Granatowski and Adam Staszczuk will be helping with the WikiProject as the summer interns. Born in 1993, Adam Granatowski is a native of Opole, Poland. He moved to New York City in the summer of 2010 and is currently an undergraduate at the University at Buffalo. Adam Staszczuk graduated from the Brooklyn Technical High School in 2011 and studies history at the University of Scranton. For the last 2 years he has been the Institute volunteer.
We invite all those interested in history to join the Pilsudski Institute WikiProject; you can work on improving existing articles and submitting new ones from anywhere in the world.
NOTE: The Jozef Pilsudski Institute of America is an independent historical institute, one of the largest Polish archives outside the country, with collections of documents, photographs, paintings, medals, and other memorabilia, as well as a library. The institute is located at 180 Second Ave., New York, NY 10003. For more information visit our website www.Pilsudski.org or call 212-505-9077, fax 212-505-9052, e-mail: Office@pilsudski.org