J. Selye University (JSU) was founded in 2003. It serves as a public institution providing education for the Hungarian minority in Slovakia on the highest educational level with three faculties Faculty of Economics and Informatics, Faculty of Education, Reformed Theological Faculty. The university has about 1,750 students.
Link to the website of the organisation: www.ujs.sk/en
Zuzana Árki is an assistant professor of the Department of Mathematics. She teaches theory of education of mathematics to students majoring in teacher training and in pre-school and elementary education. Her field of research is mainly dedicated to didactics of mathematics.
Zoltán Fehér is an assistant professor of the Department of Mathematics. He teaches Theory of probability and Statistics. His research is dedicated to didactics of mathematics, primarily to creating learning materials with the support of digital technologies.
Ladislav Jaruska is an assistant professor of the Department of Mathematics. He teaches subjects as Didactics of Mathematics and Statistics. His main research area is didactics of mathematics, especially using digital technologies in teaching of mathematical subjects.