Genre et numérique : une exigence de qualité?

8 September 2022 | 09:15- 9:45 p.m. | Building A, basement, E. Gremaud auditorium

Geneviève Le Fort

Geneviève Le Fort has been Vice-Rector for Quality at the HES-SO since 2016, with particular responsibility for equal opportunities and diversity. She began her professional career as an art historian specialising in pre-Columbian Mayan civilisation and then moved on to institutional functions in the field of higher education: firstly, she was responsible for equal opportunities at the University of Neuchâtel, and then deputy director of the Swiss Agency for Accreditation and Quality Assurance. Geneviève is particularly interested in issues of social responsibility of universities and their link with quality and institutional development.

Johanna Gapany

Johanna Gapany is a political figure from the canton of Fribourg, member of the liberal-radical party and State Councillor since 2019. Member of the Commission for Science, Education and Culture (CSEC). She studied economics at the Fribourg School of Management and has lived in Canada and Germany.

After working in marketing for a gift box company, she was hired as a communications officer at the Daler Hospital.

Local organization
Hier et aujourd’hui à la HEIA?

8 September 2022 | 10:45-11:00 p.m. | Building A, basement, E. Gremaud auditorium

Jean-Nicolas Aebischer

Former professor at the HEIA-FR, lecturer at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Fribourg, former head of the Chemistry Department of the EIA-FR, and of the Pôle « Chemistry and Live Sciences » of the University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (HES-SO) Jean-Nicolas Aebischer is director of the HEIA-FR since 2012

Laurence Bielmann Dubied

Laurence Bielmann Dubied was the first female engineer trained at Fribourg. She is currently Engineering Project Manager for Elvexys SA

What’s coming next 
Next Year in Lausanne

9 September 2022 | 15:00 -15:30 p.m. | Building A, basement, E. Gremaud auditorium

Jacques Genoud

Jacques Genoud is the General Director of the HES-SO/Fribourg and an engineer by training. He is also a member of the Swiss Engeneering committee where he supports women’s careers. He applies the concepts of flat leadership and organizes the academic succession introducing and carrying out projects such as Digital Skills.