The EUA Council for Doctoral Education (EUA-CDE) has opened a call for applications for its Steering Committee.
The EUA-CDE Steering Committee guides the preparation and implementation of the EUA-CDE work programme. By working closely with the Secretariat, members advise on future activities and identify emerging trends and priorities in doctoral education. The Steering Committee meets three to four times per year.
The EUA Board will establish a nominations committee. It will be the responsibility of the committee to prepare a shortlist of candidates for consideration by the EUA Board. EUA-CDE Steering Committee members will be appointed for a period of three years, which can be renewed one time. The nominations committee will seek candidates who are diverse in terms of institutional and disciplinary background, geography and gender.
The present EUA-CDE Steering Committee comprises the following members:
Chair: Luke Georghiou, University of Manchester, UK
Paolo Biscari, Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy
Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Barbara Dooley, University College Dublin, Ireland
Irma Grdzelidze, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia
Aleksandra Kanjuo-Mrcela, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Pirjo Nikander, Tampere University, Finland
Mossadek Talby, Aix-Marseille University, France
Andrei Terian-Dan, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania
Martine Rahier, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland (ex-officio EUA Board member)
The members whose terms are ending are: Luke Georghiou, Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Aleksandra Kanjuo-Mrcela and Mossadek Talby.
The new members will begin their mandate in September 2022.
Interested candidates should fulfil the following criteria:
1. Hold a position of institution-wide responsibility in an EUA-CDE member university at the level of vice-rector, doctoral school director or similar.
2. Demonstrate a considerable level of expertise and concrete experience concerning the institutional management of doctoral education.
3. Possess knowledge about national and international debates and policies in the area.
4. Have a clear and well-informed vision for doctoral education in Europe. This vision should be described in a short statement to be sent with the application.
Candidates should send a short CV (1-2 pages), a cover letter demonstrating the criteria above and the motivation, and the short statement on their vision for doctoral education in Europe to Ana-Maria Peneoasu (email@example.com) by 17 April 2022.
Questions can be addressed to Alexander Hasgall, Head of EUA-CDE (firstname.lastname@example.org).