Nataliia Ridei
Affiliation: National Pedagogical Dragomanov University
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Nataliia Ridei - Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Honored Doctor of Ecology in the NAAS of Ukraine Ridei Natalia Mykhailivna. She currently works as a Professor in the Department of Adult Education of National Pedagogical Dragomanov University. Previous work experience includes the next positions: 1) Deputy Director in the SEA research center, State Ecological Academy of Postgraduate Education and Management under the Ministry of ecology and natural resources of Ukraine; 2) Professor, Department of Methodology of Education for Sustainable Development; 3) Kyiv regional state administration, chief of staff, sixth rank civil servant; 4) NULES of Ukraine, Professor of Department of Ecology of Agrosphere and Environmental Control; 5)Vice-rector for educational and cultural-educational work; 6) Dean of the faculty of Ecology and Biotechnology. Prof. Ridei was honored with Diploma of the National Service of Mediation and Reconciliation, and also with medals «For scientific and educational achievement» and «Excellence in education of Ukraine». Prof. Ridei is the head of the scientific school «Continuous education for sustainable development» and «Environmental security and sustainable development of territories». Project history studies consist of 10 state and 6 international projects (TEMPUS-SMHES «QANTUS» TEMPUS «ENAGRA», JET «IBMBASMA», EM ACTION 1, 2 PARTNERSHIP «THE ERASMUS MUNDUS ACTION», USDA) in the field of transboundary modernization of educational and research systems, environmental safety and stable social development. Prof. Ridei was a scientific advisor for 4 ScDs in Pedagogical Sciences, specialty 13.00.02, 13.00.04 and 5 PhDs in the field of Pedagogical Sciences and ecology specialties 03.00.16, 13.00.06, 13.00.02 and 13.00.04. She has 476 scientific publications, including 11 monographs, 7 textbooks, 6 of which have the stamp of MES of Ukraine etc.


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