Dna Dr. Andreea Szilagyi va fi keynote speaker la Conferinta RCIC ’11 care are loc intre 16-18 Iunie 2011 la Brasov.
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Vedem mai jos mesajul prin care suntem invitati la aceasta manifestare importanta in comunitatea noastra.
—- Mesajul organizatorilor —-
The initiative of organizing the international conference Redefining Community in Intercultural Context RCIC’11 belongs to the Socio-Humanities Department of the “Henri Coanda” Air Force Academy. In the beginning, only an exchange of ideas and experience was intended regarding the role of communities in the contemporary era. But, considering the fact that we train people for the international context, a focus on this topic was required. Thus, the main goal is an experience exchange between professors and researchers in the field of community dynamics. Moreover, we want to put into practice the new ideas that will result from the teaching activities and scientific research. We also intend to improve the quality of education and, consequently, the personality development. Last but not least, we will disseminate the results of our rewarding cultural dialogue within the academic community.
Participants. The participants attending RCIC’11 are as follows: professors, researchers, PhD students, Master’s students from Romania and abroad. They will send in their papers and the topics will be discussed within the panels. All the new ideas that arise from these discussions could later on constitute a starting point for future similar events.
Structure of the event. RCIC’11 will be structured in three parts:
- plenary session;
- socializing (promoting Romanian customs)
Location. RCIC’11 will be held in the following location: “Henri Coanda” Air Force Academy, 160, Mihai Viteazu Street, Brasov 500183, Romania.
Eduard KHAKIMOV, Ph D – Udmurt State University, Izhevsk, Russia
Eduard Khakimov’s research focuses on multi-/intercultural education; migration; vocational education; competence of competitive personality; craft of pedagogical profession in schools and higher institutes of education, pedagogical evaluation, history of education, ethno-pedagogy. Mr. Khakimov has become an expert in leading research teams, chairing, managing and organizing international conferences, and scientific advising for interethnic educational processes
Professor Paul DOBRESCU, Ph D – National School for Political Sciences and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania
Professor Paul Dobrescu’ field of research includes globalization, European integration, geopolitics, international relations, media studies, sociology and history of communication.
Professor Dobrescu is the Rector of the National School for Political Sciences and Public Administration, member of International Communication Association (ICA) and a member of the Romanian Academy’s Institute for Social Theory.
Andreea SZILAGYI, Ph D – European Board for Certified Counselors, Lisbon, Portugal
Andreea Szilagyi’s expertise is strongly oriented towards the practice of counseling. She is also at the forefront of research investigating counselor education in Romania, the role of large-scale professional contracts on the development of the profession, and certification across borders. Dr. Szilagyi is the Associate Vice President of European Board for Certified Counselors (EBCC), located in Lisbon, Portugal and the Director of National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Romania.