(6) 10.30 Julio Cesar Durigan (Louvre I, 26.04)

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  • Unesp is one of the largest research universities in Brazil offering high quality public education. The university is 100% funded by the State of Sao Paulo.
  • Unesp is one of the largest research universities in Brazil offering high quality public education. The university is 100% funded by the State of Sao Paulo.
  • UNESP is a young (new) institution founded in 1976. Our university was created from higher education isolated institutions that already existed in Sao Paulo, therefore, some of our schools are older that the University itself. Despite being young, UNESP has a remarking position in university rankings, improving its classification every year. At present at the ARWU it is classified between 300 and 400 in the world ranking, 134 and 162 in the Americas and between 3 and 5 in Brazil. At the Ibero-American Ranking from SCImago Institution Ranking ( SIR) 2010, UNESP is classified in 5th place. This ranking considers the amount and quality of the publications of the university researchers and positions the institution as a research university. A characteristic that differs UNESP from other institutions is the fact that it is a multi-campus institution, with 23 campuses spread throughout the state of Sao Paulo. Among other factors, this characteristic provides a strong interaction between the institution and regions were it is established offering international students the possibility to live in well structured cities with high quality life style.
  • As we said Unesp is present in 23 cities of the state of Sao Paulo. The largest distance between any of the campuses is 100km.
  • UNESP has some of the main graduate programs in Brazil, such as: Geography, Portuguese and Linguistics, in the field of human sciences; Animal Science, Aquaculture, Biosciences and Biotechnology, Motricity Sciences, Dentistry, Veterinary Sciences and Biological Sciences; Chemistry and Physics in the field of Exact Sciences.
  • UNESP´s graduate programs develop different research activities in several areas. The areas where the institution has a high performance are listed above and includes areas that goes from bioenergy and sea sciences to public policies, climate change, nanotechnology, etc.
  • Unesp is one of the largest research universities in Brazil offering high quality public education. The university is 100% funded by the State of Sao Paulo.
  • Unesp is one of the largest research universities in Brazil offering high quality public education. The university is 100% funded by the State of Sao Paulo.
  • (6) 10.30 Julio Cesar Durigan (Louvre I, 26.04)

    1. 1. Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho” Autonomy, Institutional Development Plan (IDP) and Internationalization at UNESP Júlio Cezar Durigan - President© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 1
    2. 2. Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho ”© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 2
    3. 3. Universidade Estadual Paulista – UNESP• Official creation: 1976  Only 36 years• Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) – 2011: International: 301th/400th, Americas: 134th/162th, Brazil: 3th/5th• Ibero-American SCImago Institutions Ranking 2011: 5th• 33 Higher Education Institutes - 23 (24) Campuses – Unique Characteristic• Interaction with different sectors of the society throughout the state with strong influence on its development© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 3
    4. 4. Universidade Estadual Paulista – UNESP Paulo State Presence: São 23 (24) Campuses São Paulo State Population (2010): 41,252,160 Area: 250,000,000 sqm 580 km 800 km© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 4 4
    5. 5. UNESP Figures• 30 Libraries / Free access to 126 international databases and 16,000 journals• Undergraduate students: 36,000• 169 Undergraduate programs: Health and Biological Sciences: 47 / Engineering and Natural Sciences: 51 / Humanities: 71• 6,000 Undergraduate Diplomas/year• 1 University Hospital: 250,000 procedures/month, 462 beds• 3 University Veterinary Hospitals, 3 Clinics of Dentistry, 5 Teaching and Research Farms (5,000 hectares)• Dental Care Center for Disabled Individuals (15,000 patients/year), Clinics of Psychology, Physiotherapy, Speech and Hearing Therapy• A Confucius Institute: Best in the word in 2010 / 1,000 Mandarin students© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 5
    6. 6. UNESP Figures • Graduate students: 15,000 • Graduate programs: 215 (119 Masters, 96 PhD) • 3,000 Diplomas/year: 2,200 MSc – 800 PhD / year (7% Brazil PhD) • Academic staff: 3.400 - 97% with PhD, 90% full time • Research groups: 600 (covering most of the areas of knowledge) • Budget (2011): 1,100 Millions U.S. Dollars© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 6
    7. 7. UNESP Graduate Programs:Fields of International Excellence (6-7 Capes) HUMAN SCIENCES BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Geography, Linguistics, Animal Science, Aquaculture, Portuguese Biosciences and Biotechnology, Motricity Sciences, Dentistry, Genetics, Veterinary Sciences NATURAL SCIENCES Physics, Chemistry© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 7
    8. 8. UNESP Research: High Level of Competence • Alternative and Renewable Energy • Bioactive Natural Products • Bioenergy • Biotechnology and Biomaterials • Environment and Climate Changes • Food and Food Security • Material Science • Nanotechnology • Ocean Science • Pharmaceutical Science and Biotechnology • Pre-Clinical and Clinical Research© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 • Public Policy 8
    9. 9. Autonomy© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 9
    10. 10. University: Autonomy “Freedom to make choices and take decisions” “Ability to translate the external conditions into principles of organization and action”© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 10
    11. 11. Autonomy: Concept “A university is autonomous not when it releases itself from the state or the society, but when incorporates – as its own issues – their demands, expectations or pressures without being restricted by them, but rather, realizing how to appropriate them in order to assert itself as an institution. It is not therefore, self-sufficiency or closure, but a radical and specific way to open outwards”.© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 11
    12. 12. Autonomy ≠ Sovereignty • State hierarchical submission • Submission to the control entities • Obedience to the major laws: State or Country Ex: Positions and functions by law – Legislative Assembly Ex: Court of auditors – State and/or Country Ex: Governor indicates University President after consult Governor authorizes University President to go abroad© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 12
    13. 13. Autonomy: Points of View • Academical • Scientific • Political • Cultural • Social • Patrimonial • Disciplinary© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 13
    14. 14. Autonomy: Points of View Budget and Financial •State Sales Tax (9,57 %) •Budget programming and execution: incomes and expenditures •Politics planning and execution: personnel, funding and investment •Budget raising: financial application and self income •Resources maintenance: contingency reserve •Maintain budget •Rubrics rearrangement: flexibility© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 14
    15. 15. Autonomy: Points of View Administrative •IDP (self planning): Programs priority definition •Careers: Academic and non academic staff •Academic and non academic staff mobility •Bargaining decision •Less bureaucracy (slow and expensive) •Decentralization: power to the “tips” •Costs reduction (no investments needed to maintain) •Permanent training program© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 15
    16. 16. After Autonomy© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 16
    17. 17. Undergraduated students enrolled© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012
    18. 18. Graduated students enrolled (stricto sensu)© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012
    19. 19. Academic Staff© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012
    20. 20. Non Academic Staff© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012
    21. 21. Undergraduate Programs© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012
    22. 22. Vacancies in the Entry Exam© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012
    23. 23. Enrollments for the Entry Exam© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012
    24. 24. Qualifications of Faculty© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012
    25. 25. Masters Degrees Awarded© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012
    26. 26. Doctoral Degrees Awarded© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012
    27. 27. Scientific Production 2008 - 2010 (Scopus)© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012
    28. 28. © JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 28
    29. 29. IDP: Nurturing • Discussions started in 2007 and finalized in 2009 • First analysis starting with the University Board Council, Teaching Council, Research, Extension, and Administration and Development Council • Project submitted to the university collegiate, to the union of workers and faculty and to the students central directory • Developed in a strategic way and with the necessary accuracy to think the University in an organic way.© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 29
    30. 30. IDP: Characteristics • Presents with a strategic perspective the challenges to be faced considering the internal and external factors into the university environment • IDP not only indicates alternatives for those challenges, but also the mission, principles and vision of future of UNESP. • IDP indicates objectives and actions in six dimensions: Undergraduate Teaching, Graduate Teaching, Research, University Extension, Planning, Finance and Infrastructure and Administrative-Academic Management and Evaluation. • Each dimension detailed in terms of goals and methods to reach those objectives.© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 30
    31. 31. IDP: Vision for the future (UNESP) To be a national and international multi-campus public university reference, with excellence on teaching, on researching and on university extension, that forms professionals and researchers capable to promote democracy, citizenship, human rights, social justice, environmental ethics, and that contributes for the society scientific literacy and for public science use© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 31
    32. 32. IDP: Implementation • IDP implemented through 20 programs involving the 6 dimensions with execution by different entities of the administration: 1. Human resources management (PRAD) 2. Environmental sustainability and laborer health and security (PRAD) 3. Research incentive and consolidation (PROPE) 4. Research infrastructure (PROPE) 5. Evaluation of Undergraduate Studies (PROGRAD) 6. Expansion and diversification of access to University (PROGRAD) 7. Improvement of undergraduate education (PROGRAD)© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 32
    33. 33. IDP: Implementation • Continue…: 1. University extension integration with teaching and research (PROEX) 2. Attending to social demands, to improve the quality of life of society (PROEX) 3. Graduate programs evaluation (PROPG) 4. Excellence of graduate teaching (PROPG) 5. Insertion of the faculty in graduate schools (PROPG) 6. Preservation of social memory (VR) 7. Internationalization (PROGRAD, PROPG, PROPE, AREX) 8. Information technology (CSTI)© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 33
    34. 34. IDP: Implementation • Continue…: 1. Incentives for protection of knowledge and innovation (AUIN) 2. Support and development of the library network (CGB) 3. Strategic information management (VR) 4. Support for auxiliary and complementary units and to technical high schools (VR) 5. Student support and retention (PROEX, PROPE, AREX)© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 34
    35. 35. IDP: Transparency© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 35
    36. 36. IDP: Internationalization • Internationalization as actions a transversal program in the IDP’s dimensions • Programs implemented through 5 different actions managed by PROPG, PROGRAD, PROPE e AREX 1. Foster programs of exchange and mobility of students and faculty 2. Expand and strengthen the internal, national and international exchange of faculty and graduate students 3. Increasing production qualified academic and its disclosure 4. Enabling and encouraging the presence of visiting professors in graduate programs 5. Encourage the participation of faculty in post-doctoral programs and the exchanges with domestic and foreign researchers • 2012 investment: R$ 7,5 millions (USD 4 millions)© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 36
    37. 37. Final considerations Autonomy Institutional Development Plan (IDP) Internationalization© JCD - CAIE – Rio de Janeiro, 26.04.2012 37

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