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Crina Radulescu

Crina Radulescu

Ph. D, Vice-dean of Faculty of Public Administration National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA)

Crina Radulescu is a lecturer in Constitutional Law and Administrative Comparative Law at the Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA) from Bucharest, Romania.

She holds a Ph.D. in Law; Master in European Administrative Sciences and in European Public Law; B.A. in Law and in Administrative Sciences. Currently, she is Vice-dean of the faculty and a member of the Law Department.

Being the ESFP (Extraverted Sensing with Feeling) type of the management team, her main interest is in developing the student-teacher relationship through programs promoting, for example, students’ mentors. She started coordinating this mentorship program even before being a vice-dean, and it can be said that the faculty can now rely on a strong mentors’ network that comes in hand whenever there is a bottleneck in the students’ relation with the teachers, and definitely strengthens her activity as a vice-dean.

All the above described activities would not have been developed were it not for her gathered experience in the University’s International Relations Office since 2003, and as the Institutional Erasmus Coordinator (IEC), a position that she has been filling since 2012. Her work as the IEC has been recognized and further incentives – LGEU Programme Leading Globally Engaged Universities – were given to continue on this path of internationalization that she planned for SNSPA.

Last but not least, she is a profound researcher, her topics being inter-disciplinary, thus speculating on her main research interest as a law-writer (constitutional law, comparative administrative law, legal protection of the citizens, Ombudsman) and her post-doctoral research (malpractice and citizens’ rights).