Phelma: new management, same objectives

Categorie(s) : Education, Life @ MINATEC, News

Published : 3 October 2016

Anne Vilcot, who took the reins as President of Grenoble Institute of Technology’s Phelma engineering school on June 15, 2016, will lead an administration team that remains virtually unchanged with: Alice Caplier (international relations), Saïd Obbade (corporate relations), and Christine Morales (administration). The team’s only new member, Patrice Petitclair, is a former project manager for Groupe INP and succeeds Stéphane Pignard as academic dean.
The team’s top priority is to continue to ensure quality academic programs despite increasing budgetary constraints by seeking out efficiencies and creating synergies. Phelma will also focus on developing continuing and executive education programs with Grenoble Institute of Technology and through corporate partnerships.
Finally, the school aims to recruit a more diverse student body to increase the number of female students and students in alternating work/study programs.


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