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The recruitment of Vice President for Education has started

The Vice President for Education Eero Eloranta is retiring on September 18, 2018,

and a recruitment process to find the next Vice President for Education has started (see the announcement > aalto.fi). The nomination decision will be made by the University Board in its June meeting and the appointed person is expected to begin his/her work on September 1, 2018.

‘Eero has served as the Vice President for Education from October 2014, and before that he worked in versatile and demanding tasks in Aalto and its predecessor. We owe a lot to him for his great contribution to the advancement of learning, teaching and student wellbeing in Aalto University. The bar has been set high by Eero, and the university needs innovators like him. The recruitment process to get a new Vice President for Education has been started,’ says Ilkka Niemelä.

A recruitment committee has been formed to carry out the recruitment process of the Vice President for Education. The committee is diverse with broad expertise from different aspects of teaching and learning. All of Aalto University schools as well as our students are represented in the committee.

Director of Design Factory, Kalevi Ekman, School of Engineering, is the chairman of the recruitment committee and the members are:
Anouar Belahcen, Programme Director, School of Electrical Engineering
Seppo Ikäheimo, Head of the Department of Accounting and Business Law, School of Business
Niina Nurmi, Programme Director, International Design Business Management
Marianne Vikkula, SLUSH/Aaltoes
Rasmus Vuori, Vice Dean, School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Tapani Vuorinen, Vice Dean, School of Chemical Engineering
Noora Vänttinen, Chair of the Board, Aalto University Student Union AYY
Antti Ylä-Jääski, Programme Director, School of Science
Anna Lehtinen, HR support and secretary of committee

The search committee greatly appreciates recommendations regarding good candidates from the Aalto community. Please send your recommendations to the chair of the recruitment committee Kalevi Ekman ([email protected]aalto.fi) and HR support Anna Lehtinen ([email protected]aalto.fi) by March 5, 2018. Recommendations after this will be noted, if such come upon after that date.

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