This morning, the Rector introduced the new pro-rectors to the journalists, along with the delegates who will be part of the managing team for the next three years.
Flavio Deflorian (vicar pro-rector) with mandate for the productive system, Maurizio Marchese for international development, Barbara Poggio for policies of equity and diversity, Giorgio Vallortigara for research.
Paolo Collini also communicated the list of delegates who will be responsible for specific duties in various sectors and will support him in leading the University. Here is the list:
- Giorgio Bolego: relations with technical-administrative staff and integrative collective bargaining.
- Marco Bombardelli: simplification and transparency
- Paolo Bouquet: sports
- Giorgio Cacciaguerra: supervision of construction development
- Roberto Caso: open access and policies against plagiarism
- Carlo Casonato: ethics committee for experimentation on living beings
- Patrizia Cordin: initiatives for language minorities
- Jean Paul Dufiet: language education and university language centre
- Giorgio Guido Fodor: festival of economics
- Franco Fraccaroli: organizational wellness
- Maurizio Giangiulio: collegio di merito Bernardo Clesio
- Claudio Giunta: press and communication
- Renato Lo Cigno: IT services and technologies
- Paolo Pasquale Macchi: disability
- Pier Luigi Novi Inverardi: guidance in Italy
- Barbara Ongari: services to educate to and support parenthood
- Stefano Oss: guidance in the region and nearby areas
- Cinzia Piciocchi: body responsible for animal well-being
- Paola Quaglia: placement and alumni
- Marco Ragazzi: environmental sustainability
Teacher training and relations with the local school system are assigned to a body that links the Departments one to another.
Further strategies were discussed when the new team was introduced and regarded internationalization, student quality, employability of graduates, relations with the territory and international reputation, also in the light of the recent surveys and rankings of the past weeks.
Results show that graduates from the University of Trento find work a lot more easily (65% of graduates are employed after a year from graduation against a 56% at the national level), they earn more (1.197 euro a month net against a national average of 1.065) and they are very happy with their decision (91% would choose the same course). At an international level, the University of Trento is included in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2015 with six fields of study.
All details are in the press release attached (in Italian).