Vice-Rector for International Relations
PhDr. Martina Pavlíková, PhD. graduated in English Language and Literature from the Faculty of Education, Comenius University in Bratislava in 2005. She completed her Doctoral studies in the field of Cultural Studies at the Faculty of Arts, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra in 2016. Since then, her scientific and teaching affiliation has been with the Department of Journalism, Faculty of Arts.
Her lecturing and research stays were at the Academy of Sciences, Charles University in Prague, Pedagogical University of Cracow, University of Toronto, University of Ottawa, University of Buenos Aires, University of Skopje, University of Sevilla, University of Granada and St. Olaf College in USA.
She is a member of international scientific organizations in Slovenia, Canada, Spain and Argentina. Her research is devoted to the literature of English-speaking countries, ethical behavior in the mass media and modern trends in visual arts. Within her activities at UKF, she repeatedly won the Rector's Award for internationally recognized publications and participated in several international projects. She has extensive work experience in establishing and developing working relationships with foreign higher education and scientific institutions, as well as with the representatives of foreign embassies in Slovakia and abroad.
She was nominated as Vice-Rector for International Relations on December 3, 2018.