The European University Association (EUA) is pleased to announce that its Board has recently appointed three new members for the Steering Committee of the EUA Council for Doctoral Education (EUA-CDE) to replace outgoing members. The new members are Jean-Dominique Polack (University Pierre and Marie Curie), Michael Fuller (University of Plymouth) and Václav Hampl (ex-officio EUA Board member, Charles University in Prague).
The EUA Council for Doctoral Education (EUA-CDE) was established in 2008 as an independent EUA membership service, designed to create a strong voice for European universities on doctoral education both inside Europe and internationally and to contribute to enhancing the visibility of doctoral schools and programmes.
The activities of the EUA-CDE, which now gathers more than 200 of EUA’s members, are managed independently through a Steering Committee whose members are formally appointed by the EUA Board. A member of the EUA Board also serves as an ex-officio member of the Steering Committee. The three new members appointed by the EUA Board join the current members of the EUA-CDE Steering Committee:
- Chair: Melita Kovacevic, University of Zagreb
- Vice-Chair: Berit Rokne, University of Bergen
- M. Teresa Anguera, University of Barcelona
- Lucienne Blessing, University of Luxembourg
- Frank Bremmer, University of Marburg
- Michael Fuller, University of Plymouth (new member)
- Václav Hampl, Charles University in Prague, ex-officio EUA Board (new member)
- Mary McNamara, Dublin Institute of Technology
- Jean-Dominique Polack, University Pierre and Marie Curie (new member)
More information about the EUA-CDE is available here: www.eua.be/cde