NUAS FACULTY ADMINISTRATION WORKSHOP 2024 Bergen, Norway
May 14 – May 16, 2024
Norway’s National Day on May 17 – celebrate with Norwegians in Bergen!
After a very successful workshop held in Reykjavik, Iceland, August 2022, the NUAS Faculty Administration group has started to prepare for the next one in Bergen in May 2024. There will be interesting speakers and fruitful round table discussions on the continuous transformation we experience in higher education through topics like the trends in higher education, artificial intelligence, diversity and inclusion and work environment. How do we embrace the changes?
Of course, there will also be a social program opening with a welcome reception in the evening on May 14, a get-together dinner on Wednesday, time to network and mingle throughout the workshop and a visit to the award winning and recently renovated University Museum.
The target groups for the workshop are faculty level administrative directors and leaders with general administrative or service responsibilities for their organization, (e.g., directors of faculty, administrative managers, heads of administration, services managers, and equivalent, middle management in the university). Heads of administration or equivalent at department level are welcome too, as well as all other university administrators who find interest in the workshop.
We are expecting 60-70 participants from Iceland, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. The workshop format makes the event a great opportunity to gain new perspectives on working with the continuous transformation in higher education and benefit from Nordic colleagues‘ knowledge and experience.
And don’t miss the opportunity to stay on through the weekend and celebrate Norway’s National Day with Norwegians in Bergen on May 17!
We look forward to welcoming you to Bergen for our NUAS Faculty Administration 2024 Workshop!
On behalf of the NUAS Faculty Administration Group,
Elisabeth Müller Lysebo
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences University of Bergen
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