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Emblema grigio scuro
Scritta del MIUR

Italian Presidency of the Adriatic-Ionian Initiative

Round Table on Education and Inter-university Cooperation
“Building the European Higher Education Area - A further step forward”

Final Programme

11 December 2002

 

15,00   Coffee

 

15,30   Opening Speech

            by Sen. Maria Grazia Siliquini, Under Secretary of State to the Italian Ministry for Education, Higher Education and Research (MIUR)

 

15,45   Welcome address

by Alessandro Pietromarchi, Plenipotentiary Minister of the Italian Ministry for Foreign Affairs, National Coordinator for the Regional Initiatives for SEE (CEI, Stability Pact and Adriatic-Ionian Initiative)

 

First Session

Chair: Prof. Marco Pacetti, Rector of the  University of Ancona, Chairman of CONICS, General Secretary of the Conference of the Rectors of the Italian Universities (CRUI)

 

16,00   The Italian Reform of Higher Education: the autonomy of Universities

Speaker: Dr Antonello Masia, Director General of the Directorate for the Autonomy of the Universities and the Students, MIUR

 

16,45   Debate with all the participants

 

17,00   The evaluation of the Italian Universities

Speaker: Prof. Alessandro Figà Talamanca, Member of the National Committee for the Evaluation of the University System (CNVSU)

 

17,15   Debate with all the participants

 

17,30   The UNIADRION network : state of the art of the last achievements

Speaker: Prof Pier Ugo Calzolari, Chairman of UNIADRION, Rector of the University of Bologna

 

17,45   Debate with all the participants

 

18,00   End of the first session

 

20,00   Dinner

offered by the Italian Ministry for Education, Higher Education and Research

 

 

12 December 2002

 

Second Session

Chair: Prof. Pier Ugo Calzolari, Chairman of UNIADRION, Rector of the University of Bologna

 

 

09,00   Bridges to Bologna– Reflections and contributions from the Council of Europe

Speaker: Dr Per Nyborg, Chairman, Committee for Higher Education and Research, Council of Europe

 

09,30   Developments towards the European Higher Education Area

Speaker: Dr Lewis Purser, Programme Manager of the European University Association (EUA) – Coordinator of the Higher Education Working Group within the Graz Process and Stability Pact

 

10,00   ECTS and Curriculum development

Speaker: Prof. Maria Sticchi Damiani, Italian Member of the Socrates/Erasmus Sub-Committee for HE in Europe – ECTS Counsellor for European Universities and ECTS Help-line for Italian Universities (EC appointment) – Member of the European Contact Group for the evaluation of the Socrates Programme

 

10,30   Debate with all the participants

 

11,00   coffee break

 

11,30   TEMPUS III and CARDS: the Italian co-operations with the other AII countries

Speaker: Dr Natalia Paganelli, National Contact Point for the TEMPUS Programme, CONICS

 

11,45   Debate with all the participants

 

12,00   The MIUR financed programmes: the internationalisation of the University system and the inter-university international cooperation

Speaker: Dr Daniela Giacobazzi, Head of Unit for International Relations, Directorate for the Autonomy of the Universities and the Students, MIUR

 

12,15   Debate with all the participants

 

12,45    Concluding remarks

            by the Chair, Prof. Pier Ugo Calzolari

 

13,00   Buffet Lunch

 

14,30   Departure of the participants

 

 
   

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