Marie works at the University of Rouen Normandie as head of the Student Life Office.
Her main missions are:
– to promote and enhance student engagement
– to ensure the development of student life on all University sites. This translates into support for student associations in setting up their projects and seeking funding.
Having been herself involved in associative activities, today sharing these values with students, citizens of tomorrow, is a real pleasure.
Pauline is a new member of the team of the international relations department of the University of Rouen Normandy. She works as an Assistant Project Manager and provides administrative support to the project StEER-Leb.
Anne Dandeville holds a master degree in Education Sciences with research activities on the impact of distance learning in the internationalisation of higher education institutions.
She worked for several years for the University of Rouen Normandy (France) as Director of the International Relations and Cooperation office where she was responsible for the implementation of the internationalisation strategy. She was the Liaison’s Officer for several international networks and the institutional coordinator for exchange programmes and bilateral agreements with partner universities. She also managed European programmes such as Erasmus + Capacity Building, Intra Africa or Erasmus Mundus Action 2 and was involved in the governance of the university as member of several working groups.
Maxime is the International Projects Unit Manager at the International Relations and Cooperation Office of the University of Rouen Normandy, France. He is also an Erasmus+ developer. In the framework of the StEER-Leb project, he is in contact with the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik for financial and administrative aspects of the project.
StEEr-Leb Project Coordinator, Rima Mattar is Deputy President for International Affairs and Global Initiatives at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK). She is member of the University Executive Committee and serves on the University Academic and Research Council.
In charge of the University internationalization efforts, she is responsible for the enhancement of international programs and partnerships, study abroad, and the promotion of USEK on the international scene. She also oversees the operations of the International Grants and Projects Unit at USEK. She led the participation of USEK in the American Council on Education’s Internationalization Laboratory and participated in site visits as an internationalization reviewer. In order to promote USEK visibility on the international stage and enhance its reputation abroad, she develops strategic plans on rankings and academic reputation.
Clémence Drouet joined USEK International Affairs Office (IAO) in 2013 as a project coordinator and she became the Director of IAO in 2016. She participated in several Erasmus+ CBHE projects to provide administrative and technical support. Starting 2017, she contributed to the implementation of the StEER-Leb project. She coordinated the collaboration between EU and Lebanese institutions and provided technical support to the management of the project.
Randa Al Chidiac is the Executive Director of the Grants and Projects (GPU) at USEK since 2019. She has responsibility for the direction of the entire operations of the GPU. She is responsible for all externally
funded sponsored projects that foster scholarship and innovation in educational enterprises and support the University’s mission. As the Executive Director, Randa sets strategic goals for the GPU and leads efforts
to achieve those goals aligned with the university’s mission statement. She has participated in the management of other Erasmus+ CBHE projects providing administrative and technical support.
Currently at the International Affairs Office with more than 9 years in the Academic Administration field within USEK. Wide experience and rich background in modern languages and translation with more than 12 years of experience in the field. Holding a Master degree in translation, and a Master Degree in University Cooperation for Peace and Development in addition to varied skills in correspondence, communication and following-up with agreements and international partnerships.
Joan holds a Master degree in International Contracts and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Poitiers. She joined the SteerLeb Project as a student representative in 2017 on behalf of law students. During this period, she drafted the National Student Structure Bylaws and was member of the Student Communication Team. In 2021, Joan joined the International Affairs Office at USEK and is now administrating the SteerLeb Project.
Marcello Scalisi is the Director of UNIMED – Mediterranean Universities Union – since 2008. He holds a degree in Historical Sciences and in International Cooperation from “University of Roma Tre” and has extensive experience in managing EU projects and providing vocational trainings.
UNIMED is currently a permanent stakeholder of the European Commission and has a wide range of Institutional partnership in the Euro-Mediterranean region. With more than 100 member universities from 23 countries, UNIMED is one of the most important academic networks in the region.
Anne-Laurence Pastorini joined UNIMED in 2017, where she works as project manager and contributes to research and networking activities. She holds a Master’s Degree in International law – international administration (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne university) and gained experience in international cooperation within different institutions such as the FAO office in Ecuador, CISP (an Italian NGO) and the French Embassy in Algeria, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, World Bank Regional Office in Dakar. University cooperation has been the main focus of her work, especially in the Maghreb region. Before joining UNIMED, she was in charge of the Mediterranean-Arab world partnerships for Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, where she also contributed to the creation of Chaire Maghreb.
Dima holds an MBA degree from the Lebanese American University. She joined LAU’s Office of International Services team in 2017 as the International Services Program Coordinator. In this position, her main role is to manage Incoming and Outgoing students, staff and faculty mobilities.