AKHP Public Lecture: Academic Freedom in Higher Education and PhD/Doctorate Teaching in Kyrgyzstan

Date: 02 December 2020
December 2nd, 2020, 3:00 pm (Kyrgyzstan time, GMT+6) 

The University of Central Asia’s Aga Khan Humanities Project (UCA AKHP) is pleased to announce a series of public lectures by prominent academics, public figures and experts from Kyrgyzstan. The AKHP public lectures on the theme of ‘Interdisciplinary Discourse in the Context of Humanities and Scientific Research’ are aimed at enhancing the professional development of education practitioners at higher education institutions in Kyrgyzstan and creating an open platform for discussing the pressing challenges of today’s world, mobilising new ideas, and expanding dialogue between scholars, the intellectual environment, educators and students.

Ermeka Lailieva 
PhD Programme Director (Economics) at the Jusup Balasagyn Kyrgyz State University, Candidate of Economics, Senior Research Fellow

Biography 
Ermeka Lailieva graduated in Economics at the Kyrgyz State University and has successfully defended a Candidate’s dissertation. She was recognised as an outstanding education worker in Kyrgyzstan in 2006.

Ermeka chaired a Department of Environmental Economics before being appointed Director of the Human Resources Development Centre. For three years, she was Deputy Director for Academic Affairs at the Centre for Continuing Education and Professional Development. 

From 2015 to 2017, she was Vice-Rector for Research and since 2018 she has been a PhD Programme Director at the Jusup Balasagyn Kyrgyz State University.

Moderator
Khadicha Shambetalieva 
AKHP Regional Trainer

Language
The lecture will be given in Russian.

Format
The lecture will start at 3:00 pm (Kyrgyzstan time, GMT+6) on December 2nd, 2020, via Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86486214052?pwd=TWE0Z0dMR2Q5R05KMUs0K3F2MlN1UT09
Meeting ID: 864 8621 4052 
Passcode: 591045

Ideas presented in this lecture reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees. 
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