My name is Kitti Vajda and I am 25 years old. I am a special education teacher and therapist, and I have two specializations, one of them is an autism spectrum disorders specialisation and the other is emotional and behavioral disorders specialisation. I got my degree in 2018. In 2017 we create the social approach establishing training, and that year autumn we went to Serbia with the program. The next two years we went to Romania, Slovakia, and hold a lot of training in Hungary as well. Currently, I am a student at the Budapesti University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Cognitive Science, Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience MSc.
When I first saw someone coming in to the rehab facility in a wheelchair -after a serious motorcycle accident- and few month later walking out with crutch, I knew instantly that I have to became a Physiotherapist.
I started to study in the University of Debrecen in 2015, and during my studies I started to get really interested about the upper limb from a musculoskeletal perspective. It is just amazes me, how comlex and perfect our hands can be. It makes us capable to creat marvelous things. And through handwriting they have an important role in the developement of the brain. My researches about the fine motor skills and handwriting started in 2016, mostly examing children between the age of 6-8.
Master’s degree in Environmental Hydraulics and bachelor’s degree in civil Engineering and Mining and Energy Resources, during my university education I am part of government bodies within the University always trying to get involved and to help my colleagues inside and outside of it. Aware of the need for language proficiency and always thinking of a job opportunity in the international market, I’ve been studying English and Italian as second languages for more than ten years. Passionate about tennis and music.
• PhD Student at the Hydraulic Engineering Area, agronomy department. University of Córdoba.
• Master’s in environmental Hydraulics graduate in 2018 taught jointly by the University of Granada, Cordoba and Malaga.
• Civil engineering graduate in 2016, average grade 8.06 over 10. With the qualification of Honor’s Registration in the final thesis. University of Córdoba
• Studying mining and renewable energy sources in the university of Córdoba
• IELTS certificate, English B2 grade and PLIDA certificate, Italian B1
• PRINCE2 Foundation certificate in Project Management
EXPERIENCE AS REPRESENTATIVE
• Student representative in the quality commission of E.P.S. Polytechnic of Belmez, University of Cordoba, from 2015 until 2017.
• Former Vice-President of the Student’s Council of University of Cordoba.
• Assistant at the II Formative Stage organized by the Spanish Coordinator of Student Representatives from Public Universities (CREUP), held in Madrid in September 2015.
• Former collaborator with CREUP’S International Affairs Committee.
• Student representative at the University of Cordoba Senate, and member of its board
• Student representative at the Board of E.P.S. Polytechnic of Belmez, University of Cordoba
• Student representative at the Master in Road, Canal and Port Engineering Committee, at the master’s in mining engineering Committee and at the Libraries and Practices in Enterprises Committee
Judit Kádár is the Director of International Relations at the University of Physical Education in Budapest, Hungary. She taught American and Canadian culture studies at the Department of American Studies of Eszterházy University (Eger) for 25 years, with a focus on ethnic and multicultural studies, and was the director of the International Relations Center, too. She published a textbook (Critical Perspectives on English-Canadian Literature, 1996). She has received some research grants (FEFA, FEP, FRP/CEACS, JFK, Fulbright) and hold a temporary lecturing position at GCSU (Georgia, USA, 2009), taught
and did research at UNM (Albuquerque, USA, 2012-3). As for research, earlier she studied alternative histories in recent western Canadian fiction (PhD thesis), then the psychological and sociological implications of the gone indigenous passage rites (Othering/indigenization) in US and Canadian literature and culture, and has published Going Indian: Cultural Appropriation in Recent North American Literature (2012, Valencia UP). In 2013, she obtained her habilitation at ELTE University of Budapest. Currently she works for the internationalization of Hungarian higher education, and for research, she explores mixed blood narratives and identity negotiation in the SW literature and recent Nuevomexicano and Canadian Métis writing respectively. She is a language examiner (LCCI, ORIGO, ECL). She served as the country representative of the Central European Association for Canadian Studies (CEACS, 2015-8) and served as the co-chair of the International Committee of the Hungarian Rectors Conference (MRK, 2017-9). She worked as the educational and internationalization expert of the Central Bank of Hungary, too.
Olga Ovtšarenko is a lecturer of the TTK University of Applied Sciences, Center for Sciences more than 10 years of experience, also having practical experience as an engineer in production. It is this experience that makes it possible to successfully teach technical subjects and create modern teaching materials taking into account the needs of learners of the necessary knowledge for increasing their competitiveness in in real-life work environments. Olga is the author of online courses for training other target groups – adults and unemployed, she conducts advanced training courses for enterprises in a framework of cooperation with the Innovation and Training Center.
Olga is the author and co-author of scientific articles and a participant of international conferences. Since September 2018, Olga has manage an international project Erasmus+ Development of Virtual Learning Environments in Technical Higher Education (VirTec), its goal is the creation of a digital house simulator for training construction students. She speaks English (average), Estonian (fluently) and Russian (native).
Dr. Katalin Szondy is working as Head of Service Unit Higher Education Development at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences since 2013, where she is also the person in charge for questions regarding the EHEA as the Bologna-coordinator of the university. Katalin Szondy holds a doctorate in Translations Studies from the University of Vienna and worked for nearly a decade at the Center for Translation Studies (University of Vienna) where she was a senior lecturer and study programme director of the bachelor’s degree Transcultural Communication and the master’s degrees Translation and Interpreting. Her special interest lies in the field of sociopolitical topics of the EHEA, in particular in opening universities to non-traditional learners. As an expert in cooperative education in Austria, Katalin Szondy supports greater openness on the part of universities to partnerships with industry.