- The Doctoral School
- Training courses
- Professional integration
PhD student representatives
Elected PhD students defend the interests and the points of view of PhD students in the doctoral school.
Elected PhD students to the Board of EDSP2
A system of representation based on two thesis specializations was adopted and approved by the ED Council. Elected PhD student representatives have a 2-year mandate.
- Raoudha Brini, "Education Sciences and STAPS" (email@example.com)
Substitute : Manuel Roux (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Sarah Perrin, "Sociology and Anthropology" (email@example.com)
Substitute : Elise Nedelec (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Dercio Tsandzana, Political Science and English Studies (email@example.com)
Substitute : Ahmed (Fouad) El Haddad firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Sara Lima Reboucas, "Public Health and Pharmacology" (email@example.com)
Substitute : Kateline Le Bourdonnec (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Yoann Fombouchet, "Psychology and Cognitive Sciences" (email@example.com)
Substitute : Jérémy Brunel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Members of the ED Council
The EDSP2 Council is composed of twenty-six members, including 5 PhD student representatives (or their deputy). These elected representatives attend plenary meetings (3/4 per year), take part in discussions and decision-making. They put forward requests from PhD students and report back to them on the Council’s deliberations and decisions.
Members of the extended Board
The Board (ED management and administration) is extended to the PhD representatives, or their deputies, once a month (usually the first Wednesday of each month) or more often if necessary.
These meetings are an opportunity to share regular updates on the ED’s activities, any needs expressed by the PhD students, and to discuss systems in place or to be put in place to improve practices where necessary.
The extended Board examines requests for financial support from PhD students (and post-docs) to attend conferences where their oral or poster presentations (depending on the subject field) have been accepted; it prepares surveys/assessments that are to be introduced; it revises the forms/documents distributed to PhD students every year (relating to annual monitoring, admission to a doctoral program, etc.) and discusses all issues relating to the doctorate.
Mission involving the competitive exam for ED doctoral contracts
The PhD student representatives appoint one of their number to observe the EDSP2 competitive exam when candidates are interviewed by the jury and also the jury deliberations. The role of this observer is to give the jury and the EDSP2 Council feedback afterwards, specifically on the interview process and the candidate selection procedure. The observer presents his/her observations to the meeting of the ED Council. They are included in the minutes of this meeting.
Mission organizing events: The elected PhD student representatives take part in organizing and preparing ED events (Doctoral School Day, transversal events, meetings between PhD students and the ED Director, etc.).
Representatives to the Council of the Graduate Research School
Three representatives of the doctoral students of the 8 doctoral schools of the University sit on the Council of the College of Doctoral Schools.
Human and Social Sciences field: Yoann NABAT (substitute Elise NEDELEC)
Science and Technology field: Quentin BOUTEILLE (substitute Lucile LAULIN)
Life and Health Sciences field: Nabile NICOLAS (substitute Anaïs RICHARD)
Physical and Engineering Sciences
Science and Technology
Life and Health Sciences field
Sciences and Environments
Life and Health Sciences
Business, Economy, Society
Society, Politics and Public Health
Human and Social Sciences
Updated on 03/10/2022