Anna Kuczyńska graduated from the University of Warsaw’s Sociology Department and the Polish School of Reportage. She is preparing a doctoral dissertation on the social aspects of the Internet and digital competence in Poland.
She has been working as an instructor at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology and carried out social research for cultural institutions e.g. Copernicus Science Centre, Zachęta Gallery, the Wawel Royal Castle, and the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine, using both quantitative and qualitative methods.
She also collaborates with Res Publica Nova and Visegrad Insight. She loves going to the theatre. In the summer she rides a bicycle and goes to music festivals.
At Collegium Civitas she teaches Advanced Quantitative Research, Online Ethnography: Research and Ethics, Quantitative Data Analysis (SPSS/R), and Statistics for Social Research.