The Independent Academic Union (IAU) organizes a tribune to present the results and findings of electronic surveys to measure perceptions regarding the appropriate valorization of the work of academic staff. The tribune will be held online on 30 September 2020 starting at 12:00.
The knowledge and results of the electronic surveys for measuring the perception of the employees in higher education and science institutions regarding the appropriate valorization of the labor of the academic staff as well as the transparency and accountability in the financing of higher education will be presented at the forum. The research was conducted within the project “Financial Transparency and Accountability in Higher Education and Science in RNM” led by the Independent Academic Union, and funded by the Foundation Open Society – Macedonia.
The tribune will also be broadcast via IAU Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Nezavisen.akademski.sindikat/
Representatives of the Government and line ministries are invited to the tribune according to the topic of the tribune, representatives of public universities and university units, representatives of public scientific institutions, trade union representatives, IAU members and members of the academic community.
Date: 30 September 2020
Hours: 12.00 to 13.30
MODERATOR: Prof. Elena Džukeska, PhD
12.00 – Introductory speech – prof. Elena Džukeska, PhD, Acting President of IAU
12.10 – prof. Dragor Zarevski, PhD and prof. Bojana Naumovska, PhD
Presenting the findings and results of the electronic survey for measuring the perception of employees in higher education and science in relation to the appropriate valorization of the work of academic staff as well as transparency and accountability in the financing of higher education
12.30 – prof. Mira Bekjar, PhD and prof. Aleksandar Takovski, PhD, Presenting the findings and results of the electronic survey to measure the perception of the general public regarding the appropriate valorization of the work of the academic staff
12.50 – Discussion
13.20 – Closing remarks