Programme on Institutional Management in Higher Education (IMHE) - Governing Board Representatives / Représentants du Comité Directeur

 

 

Guide pour les membres du Comité directeur de l'IMHE

 

 

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  • Deputy Chair/ Vice Président – Esa HÄMÄLÄINEN (University of Helsinki - Finland)
  • Deputy Chair/ Vice Présidente – Ingvild Marheim LARSEN (Department of Higher Education, The Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research - Norway).
  • Deputy Chair/ Vice Président – Giuseppe RONSISVALLE (University of Catania - Italy)

 

OECD Member Countries/Pays membres de l'OCDE

Australia/Australie
Peter COALDRAKE, Vice-Chancellor, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.

Jessie BORTHWICK, Group Manager, Higher Education Group, Department of Education, Canberra.
Substitute/Suppléant: Shelagh WHITTLESTON, Advisor (Tertiary Education), Permanent Delegation of Australia to the OECD, Paris.

Austria/Autriche
Christiane DRUML, Vice-Rector for Clinical Affairs, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna.
Substitute/Suppléant: Andreas RAGGAUTZ, Head of Dept. of Performance & Quality Management, University of Graz, Graz.

Florian Pecenka, Science Attaché, Permanent Representative of Austria to the EU, Brussels.
Substitute/Suppléant: Eva ERLINGER-SCHACHERBAUER, Contract Agent, BMWF Bundesministeriums für Wissenschaft und Forschung - Vienna (Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research), Vienna

Belgium/Belgique
Kristiaan VERSLUYS, Director of Education, Ghent University, Ghent.
Substitute/Suppléant: Didier POLLEFEYT, Vicepresident for Educational Policy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven.

Canada
Christine TAUSIG FORD, Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC), Ottawa.
Substitute/Suppléant: Sylvie BEAUCHAMP, Président, Université du Québec, Québec.

Chile/Chili
Patricio SANHUEZA VIVANCO, Rector, Universidad de Playa Ancha, Valparaiso.

Czech Republic/République Tchèque
Arnošt VESELÝ, Head of Department of Public and Social Policy, Institute of Sociological Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague, Prague.

Pavel DOLEČEK, Higher Education Institutions Department, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, Prague.
Substitute/Suppléant: Karolina GONDKOVA, Acting Director, Higher Education Institutions Department, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, Prague.


Denmark/Danemark
Peter Jonasson PEDERSEN, University Director, Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg.

Pernille ULRICH, Head of Division, Danish Agency for Higher Education, Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education, Copenhagen.
Substitute/Suppléant: Mette Holmstrom MIKKELSEN, Special Adviser, Division of Financial and Institutional Management, Danish Agency for Higher Education, Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education, Copenhagen.

Estonia/Estonie
Karin JAANSON, Adviser, Ministry of Education and Research, Tartu.
Substitute/Suppléant: Katrin REIN, Adviser, Ministry of Education and Research (EDU), Tartu


Finland/Finlande
Esa HÄMÄLÄINEN, Head of Administration, University of Helsinki, Helsinki.
Substitute/Suppléant: Outi KALLIOINEN, President, Lahti University of Applied Sciences, Lahti

Maarit PALONEN, Division for Higher Education and Science, Ministry of Education, Helsinki.
Substitute/Suppléant: Reijo AHOLAINEN, Counsellor, Department for Education and Science Policy, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Helsinki.

France
Sebastien LOBIAU, Adjoint au Chef du département des affaires communautaires et multilatérales, Direction des relations européennes et internationales et de la coopération, Secrétariat général, Ministère de l'éducation nationale / Ministère de l'enseignement supérieur et de la recherche, Paris.

Michel MUDRY, Représentant de la CDEFI auprès de la Commission Européenne – Délégué aux Affaires Internationales, CDEFI (Conférence des Directeurs des Ecoles Françaises d'Ingénieurs), Paris.


Germany
Marijke WAHLERS, Head of International Department, German Rectors' Conference (HRK), Bonn.
Substitute/Suppléant: Sybille HINZE, Deputy Director, Institute for Research Information and Quality Assurance (IFQ), Bonn.

Iceland/Islande


Ireland/Irlande
Tom BOLAND, Secretary/Chief Executive, Higher Education Authority, Dublin.

Brendan MURPHY, President, Cork Institute of Technology, Bishopstown.

Israel/Israël

Hagit MESSER-YARON, Professor, School of Electrical Engineering, Vice Chair, Council for Higher Education, Jerusalem.


Italy/Italie
Giuseppe RONSISVALLE, Internal Quality Office - President, University of Catania, Catania.

Marzia FORONI, Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca, Roma.

Japan/Japon
Shinichi YAMAMOTO, Professor, Graduate School of Higher Education Administration, J.F. Oberlin University, Tokyo.

Korea/Corée
Meeran KIM, Director (Research Fellow), Office of Higher and Lifelong Education Research, Korean Educational Development Institute
Substitute/Suppléant: Eun Young KIM, Research Fellow, Office of Higher & Lifelong Education Research, Korean Educational Development Institute


Mexico/Mexique
Fernando LEON GARCIA, President, CETYS University, Mexicali.

Salvador MALO ÁLVAREZ, Director General for Academic Higher Education, Secretariat of Public Education (SEP)
Substitute/Suppléant: Arturo VELÁZQUEZ JIMÉNEZ, Adviser to the Undersecretary of Higher Education, Secretariat of Public Education (SEP)


Netherlands/Pays-Bas
Joost VAN DER VEEN, Directorate for Higher Education and Student Finance, Ministry of Education Culture and Science, Den Haag.

Dymph VAN DEN BOOM, President, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam.

New Zealand/Nouvelle-Zélande
Roger SMYTH, Manager, Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting, New Zealand Ministry of Education, Wellington.

Norway/Norvège
Ingvild Marheim LARSEN, Specialist director, Department of Higher Education, The Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research, Oslo. 

Vidar L. HAANES, President, Norwegian Network for Private Higher Education Institutions (NPH), Oslo.
Substitute/Suppléant: Arne J. ERIKSEN, Secretary General,Norwegian Network for Private Higher Education Institutions (NPH), Oslo


Poland
Daria LIPINSKA-NALECZ, Undersecretary of State, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Warsaw.
Substitute/Suppléant: Andrzej STOLARCZYK, Counsellor to the Minister, Department of Innovation and Development, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Warsaw

Portugal
Maria Joana CUNHA E COSTA, Quality Assurance Coordinator, Catholic University of Portugal (UCP), Porto.
Substitute/Suppléant: Prof. Alberto AMARAL, President of the Board, Agência de Avaliação e Acreditação do Ensino Superior (A3ES), Lisbon.

Slovak Republic/République slovaque
Jozef JURKOVIČ, Ministry of Education, Director, Higher Education Institutions Division, Department of Higher Education, Bratislava.

Marek ŠMID, Rector, Trnava University in Trnava and Vice-President of the Slovak Rector's Conference, Trnava.


Slovenia/Slovénie
Lucka LORBER, Vice Rector for Quality Development, University of Maribor, Faculty of Arts, Department of Geography, Maribor (representing the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport)


Spain/Espagne
Ana CAPILLA, Head of International Relations Department, General Secretariat for Universities, Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, Madrid.
Substitute/Suppléant: Angeles MUÑOZ FERNÁNDEZ DE BASTIDA, Deputy Head Director for Educational Promotion Abroad, Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, Madrid.

John ZVEREFF, Director of the Office of International Development, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), Barcelona.
Substitute/Suppléant: Mar GUTIÉREZ-COLON PLANA, Vice-Rector for Internationalisation, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona.


Sweden/Suède
Sara Bringle, Deputy Director, Division for Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Research, Stockholm.
Substitute/Suppléant:
 Andreas BOKERUD, Desk Officer, Division for Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Research, Stockholm.

Jörgen THOLIN, University Director, Göteborg University, Göteborg.

Switzerland/Suisse
Stéphane BERTHET, Secrétaire général, Université de Genève, Geneva.

Müfit SABO, Secrétariat d’Etat à la formation, à la recherche et à l'innovation, Berne.
Substitute/Suppléant: Silvia STUDINGER, Cheffe de divison, Universités, Département fédéral de l'économie, de la formation et de la recherche (DEFR), Secrétariat d’Etat à la formation, à la recherche et à l'innovation, Berne.

Turkey/Turquie
Gokhan CETINSAYA, President, The Council of Higher Education (YÖK), Bilkent.

Mustafa AYDIN, President/Rector, Kadir Has University, Istanbul.

United Kingdom/Royaume-Uni
Elizabeth GRAY, Marketing Analyst, Recruitment and International Office, University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Stephen EGAN, Director of Finance and Corporate Ressources, HEFCE, Bristol.

United States/États-Unis

Molly CORBETT BROAD, President, American Council on Education, Washington.
Substitute/Suppléant: Patti MCGILL PETERSON, Presidential Advisor for Global Inititatives, American Council on Education, Washington.

 

 

OECD Non Members / Non-Membres de l'OCDE

Brazil/Brésil
Zaki AKEL SOBRINHO, Rector, Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR), Curitiba, Paraná.
Substitute/Suppléant:

Latvia/Lettonie
Janis STONIS, Administrative Director, University of Latvia, Riga.
Substitute/Suppléant: Alina GRZHIBOVSKA, Director of International Office, University of Latvia, Riga.

Russia/Russie
Tatiana MESHKOVADirector of the ISSEK OECD-HSE Partnership Centre, Assistant to the RectorNational Research University - Higher School of Economics, Moscow.
Substitute/Suppléant:
Kirill V. ZINKOVSKY, Deputy Director of Institute for Educational Studies, Associate Professor of Department of Educational Programmes, National Research University - Higher School of Economics, Moscow.