State of Higher Education in Russia: Designing International Programs
Topic: State of Higher Education in Russia: Designing International Programs
Professor Tatiana Vaulina
Where: University Hall Creativity Commons (Room 3-043), Porter Campus
Luncheon: Please RSVP to Michael Donnor at firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend so that we can prepare for the luncheon.
You are cordially invited to a Creative Conversation with Fulbright Scholar Tatiana Vaulina on Wednesday, March 12th, at noon in the Creativity Commons. Ms. Vaulina will discuss the state of higher education in Russia today as well as her work at Tomsk State University in designing international programs, including a current one in art therapy and counseling.
Tatiana Vaulina is an Associate Professor in the Psychology Department of Tomsk State University. Since 2009, she has also served as a Coordinator of International Projects for the department. Ms. Vaulina’s responsibilities include: developing and coordinating international collaboration projects; organizing international seminars, workshops and conferences; coordination of international research; documentation support for foreign participants; and organization of hospitality programs. Currently, she is in charge of developing and implementing an international educational program that will result in a dual degree diploma in Art Therapy and Counseling.