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On behalf of Times Higher Education and PCG Academia, we cordially invite you to participate in the webinar entitled: “THE Impact Rankings 2021 – Polish universities in the global context“, which will be held on May 19th, 2021 (Wednesday) between 1pm and 2:30pm.
As part of our event facilitated by Professor Łukasz Sułkowski (President of PCG Polska), the representatives of Times Higher Education – Duncan Ross (Chief Data Officer) and Michael Lubacz (Business Development Director) will present and analyze the results of this year’s Impact Rankings, with particular attention to the performance of Polish universities.
The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings measure global universities’ success in delivering the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. The results of this year’s edition of the ranking will be announced on April 21st at THE’s Innovation & Impact Summit.
Methodology of THE Impacts Rankings is based on the set of carefully calibrated indicators across four broad areas: research, stewardship, outreach and teaching. In ranking calculation THE uses all 17 SDGs set in 2015 UN Resolution called the 2030 Agenda
Universities can submit data on as many of these SDGs as they are able. Any university that provides data on SDG 17 and at least three other SDGs will be included in the overall ranking. THE publishes the overall ranking, as well as the results of each individual SDG in 17 separate tables.
Prof. Łukasz Sułkowski holds a professor degree in economics and a doctoral degree in humanities and specializes in issues related to university management. He is the head of the Department of Higher Education Institution Management at the Jagiellonian University as well as a profesor at Clark University and at the University of Social Sciences. He was a member of the Polish Accreditation Committee (2012-2018), and also its Vice-president responsible for international cooperation. In 2016–2017, he participated in the work of the commission evaluating the elections of teams preparing draft for Law 2.0. He authored or co-authored over 300 publications. He implemented numerous research grants, including being the head of “Organizational improvement of universities of the future UNIFUT.PL” project (2017–2019). He is a member of international organizations and associations such as American Academy of Management and the European Academy of Management. In 2017, he became the President of PCG Polska.
Chief Data Officer, THE. Duncan Ross has been a data miner since the mid-1990s. As chief of data and analytics at THE, he oversees a team that generates university rankings and related data products. Prior to this, he led Teradata’s data science team in Europe and Asia, where he was responsible for developing analytical solutions across a number of industries, including warranty and root-cause analysis in manufacturing and social network analysis in telecommunications.
Business Development Director, THE. Michael Lubacz connects universities and governments around the world with THE’s innovative and class-leading solutions across data, branding, recruitment and strategy. Previously Regional Director for APAC, Michael has worked closely with hundreds of universities of all profiles around the world, supporting their success in internationalisation and rankings management.