Prof. Adam Mazur, PhD
Faculty: Tourism and Recreation
Field of study: Tourism and Recreation
Professor of the Vistula School of Hospitality. PhD in humanities; sociologist and expert in humanities having long-term experience in teaching at various levels of education; specialist in implementing educational tourism projects, regional education, implementing the principles of sustainable development, coeducation; he held the positions of: head of general subjects department, head of the hospitality and catering, deputy dean for student affairs and faculty dean. He has been a chairman of the Faculty Commission for Quality of Education and scholarships; he is a member of the faculty curriculum committee and a coordinator of the subject module.
- sociology of education and intercultural education;
- impact of tourist activity on development and functioning of humans as individual beings and as elements of the natural and socio-cultural environment;
- issues of psychological phenomena and processes associated with tourism as a source of social change in specific environments, as well as psychological functioning of the tourist group and the meaning of intentional tourism;
- main problems of religious and pilgrimage tourism in Poland and in the world.