Daniela Craciun

Country: 
Romania
Year of Enrollment: 
2013
Departmental Affiliation: 
Public Policy
Job Market Availability: 
Yes

My research interests lie in the area of higher education public policy. I am additionally interested in issues of conceptualization and computer assisted content analysis. My doctoral dissertation explores the topic of internationalization in higher education proposing the construction of a typology of national policies for internationalization.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

2017/2018 (Winter Term) Lecturer - 'Research Design and Methods', Department of International Relations, Yangon University
2017/2018 (Winter Term) Lecturer - 'Public Policy', Department of International Relations, Yangon University (Myanmar)
2016/2017 (Spring Term) Teacher - 'English for Indigenous Students', Federal University of Sao Carlos (Brazil)
2016/2017 (Spring Term, Short Course) Lecturer - 'Research Methods and Design', Faculty of Business and Economics, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)
2015/2016 (Winter Term) Teaching Assistant – ‘Higher Education and Public Policy’, School of Public Policy, CEU.
2014/2015 (Fall Term) Teaching Assistant - "Qualitative Methods", Department of Public Policy, CEU.
2014/2015 (Fall Term) Teaching Assistant - "Higher Education in the Age of Knowledge Society", Department of Public Policy, CEU.

Qualification

PhD in Political Science, Public Policy Track (2013-present), Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy, and International Relations, Central European University (Hungary).
MA in Global Studies (2010-2012), Erasmus Mundus Program: Leipzig University (Germany), Jawaharlal Nehru University (India), Wroclaw University (Poland).
BA in Marketing with Media and Cultural Studies (2007-2010), Canterbury Christ Church University (England).

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