Written by Chiara Sentimenti
At the end of Francesco Adornato’s order, a two-way confrontation takes place between Professor Francesca Spiegarelli and Professor John Francis McCourt for succession to the position of Rector. Movements within the university are hidden, and there is still some time to define positions, and applications should be submitted to Dean Luigi Lache by the end of the month. Meanwhile, voting will take place on June 29 at 9.30am at the Pantalaoni Center, and in the event of a negative result, a new round will be scheduled for 3pm. In the first two votes, the rector is elected. An absolute majority of those eligible to vote. In the absence of an election, a vote will be taken the next day between the two candidates with the most votes. In the event of a tie, new and immediate votes will be cast until the election. Adornato won an absolute majority in the first ballot on June 15, 2016, with 81% of those eligible, and his term will officially end on October 31. The possibility of a woman becoming the new rector is a real novelty for the University of Maserati (which is expected between the lines of Adornato’s various interventions) On the other hand, it has always been a male guide. Spigarelli, 50, is a full-time professor of applied economics, teaching in the fields of industrial economics, the economics of innovation, and the political economy. His major areas of research are economics, the study of the impact of foreign direct investment at the macro and meso economics, the analysis of industrial dynamics, the third mission of universities, sustainability, and the circular economy. Since 2013, she has run the university’s China Center and has been tasked with sharing knowledge and skills, self – employment, implementing the principles of the European Charter for Researchers, and community planning and institutions. Relationships. Professor McCourt, 57, teaches English in the Humanities Department, of which he is the director. He previously taught at the University of Troy in Roma, where he was director of the Center for Research in Irish and Scottish Literature, and co – founder and co – director of the Trieste Joyce School at Trieste University. He is the author of numerous books and articles on James Joyce and 19th and 20th century Irish literature. Applications will be published on the University website. A total of 203 professors, 83 researchers, 19 student representatives from the Student Council, 285 members of the Librarian Technical Administrative Staff and language experts will be called upon to vote.
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