A QUEST TO (RE)DEFINE UNIVERSITY AUTONOMY
This International Conference was organized under the auspices of the Ministry of Education of Republic of Moldova in November 21-22, 2013.
It was hosted by the Technical University of Moldova.
Prof Larisa Bugaian,Technical University of Moldova
Prof Romeo V. Turcan, Aalborg University, Denmark
The conference welcomed papers and case studies on any of the following eight conference tracks to address the potential interaction between various external and internal stakeholders of a modern university and university autonomy types, such as organizational, financial, staffing and academic:
Track 1. Evolution of University Autonomy in the European Union: Current Challenges and Future Directions
Track 2. Current Challenges and Future Directions in University Internationalization
Track 3. Current Issues and Challenges in Staffing Autonomy
Track 4. The Role of Students in University Governance and Quality Assurance
Track 5. Governing and Managing a Modern University
Track 6. Ensuring Academic Autonomy: Where does Research Funding Come from?
Track 7. University and the Society: Collaboration with Business and beyond
Track 8. Quality Issues of Higher Education and University Autonomy