Elżbieta Stadtmüller, PhD, Habilit., professor of international relations, the Institute of International Studies, the University of Wroclaw, Poland. Evaluator of Framework Programme of the EU in the area of social sciences and humanities; Marie Curie grants; national research grants. Member of International Advisory Board for JIRD by Palgrave; elected member of the executive board of the CEEISA from 2007-2013 and the Steering Committee of the SGIR from 2010-2013. Holder and coordinator of many grants and scholarships. Main fields of interests are: political aspects of international relations focused on global problems and security, regionalism and regional cooperation/ governance, role of the EU in international system. Doctoral students under supervision, in 1994-2014, in total – 37; including 25 who completed their thesis and passed exams, 5 whose projects are advanced and accepted by research council, 8 ‘beginners’. Many reviews of PhD thesis, habilitation and professorship degrees/titles. Awards: Polish Prime Minister's Prize for the best habilitation book (1996); many Rector's Prizes for teaching and organisational or scientific achievements; National medal of the education (2002). Among publications (95, including 8 books, 13 edited books, 63 articles) last in English are: Stadtmüller Elżbieta, European Voices in International Studies: What does Europe have to offer? (Voices from Central/Eastern Europe),”ERIS – European Review of International Studies”, Volume 1, 2014, pp. 117–124; The EU's Shifting Borders – Theoretical Approaches and Policy Implications in the New Neighbourhood, eds. E.Stadtmuller, K.Bachmann, (Routledge, London 2012), The European Union's Neighborhood Challenge. Transborder cooperation, migration and Europeanization, eds. K.Bachmann, E.Stadtmuller ( Wrocław University Press 2011).