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The Meanings of Autonomy: University Governance Reconsidered 
Implementation of the Reform Strategy in Russian Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities
09 Apr - 14 Apr, 2002
 Academic Career Patterns

Faculty:
John Davies (Chair)  
Jaak Aaviksoo  
Robin Farquhar  
László Frenyó  
Brenda Gourley  
Evgeni Kniazev  
Ossi V. Lindqvist  
Peter Magrath  
Anthony Morgan  
K. Pedersen  
Marvin Peterson  
Jairam Reddy  
Jan Sadlak  
Gail Stevenson  
Anatoly Vostrikov  

Additional Session Support:
Yury Akimov (Resource Specialist)  
Raymond Benson (Resource Specialist)  
Oleg Dolzhenko (Resource Specialist)  
Alexander Kiselyov (Resource Specialist)  
Joyce Warner (Resource Specialist)  
Vladimir Zernov (Resource Specialist)  
Vasily Zhurakovsky (Resource Specialist)  

Abstract:
dimension of regional economic development, equal opportunities and access, the advent of ICT-based learning, student as consumer, and the provision of education to geographically distant and sparsely populated areas. (2) The second is related to the publication of the “Education Policy at the Contemporary Stage” (by the State Council of the Russian Federation, 2001) which has indicated the goal of modernization of education in the Russian Federation. The implementation of this goal is predicated on several phases between 2001 and 2005, and constitutes a significant challenge for government and institutions. This symposium is a logical extension of previous discussions, and will build on conclusions reached. The 2002 Symposium also revisit issues of quality in higher education and the management of financial reduction. SYMPOSIUM OBJECTIVES In the light of the above background, the Symposium will therefore assist participants to (1) understand the themes of this particular meeting in the context of previous Universities Project discussions, and the evolving nature of the Russian university system. (2) review process in the development of policy and the implementation of the major themes of the reform strategy, especially in relation to regional complexes, research institutes and federal scientific centers. (3) consider the present situation in quality assurance, audit and accreditation in Russian universities, and how issues may be resolved. (4) examine issues and good practices in the development of open education. (5) consider the strategies open to Russian universities to cope with financial reduction, and review current experience in this domain. (6) understand better the above possibilities through a carefully structured analysis of relevant experiences in Russian, Western and Central European, North American and other world settings, with a view to distilling evidence of good practice for use in the Russian context.

Session Faculty

Anthony Morgan
 
Ossi V. Lindqvist

 


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