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2020-03-27 00:00:01

Regarding the Organization of Studies & Work (updated 03-27)

mrubest Taking into account, the Government of Lithuania’s March 25th, 2020 Decree No. 264, “Regarding the Government of Lithuania’s March 14th, 2020 Decree No. 207 “Regarding Announcement of Quarantine in the territory of the Republic of Lithuania Changes,” MRU Rector Prof. Inga Žalėnienė has signed an Order extending the studies and work process remotely at MRU until April 13th, 2020.

This term may be extended, if  necessary.

According to the Decree signed by Rector Prof. Inga Žalėnienė, the studies and work remotely process, which began on March 13th, has now been extended to April 13th, 2020. During this period, the studies and work process at Mykolas Romeris University is organized remotely.

• Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Prof. Dr. Regina Valutytė and Deputy Rector Assoc. Prof. Dr. Saulius Spurga, according to their delegated areas, must undertake necessary measures to ensure that the studies and work process at the University can be conducted remotely.

• Academic Department Heads, Centre and other unit heads must ensure that all functions would be undertaken properly. During the entire period of working remotely, contact with employees and staff working remotely should be undertaken by e-mail or other electronic means.

• During this period, all cultural, academic and sports events at the University are postponed.

• The Rector's Decree stipulates the organization of work, which is not applicable to some Service Unit employees, which will be ensuring the continuation of important activities including safeguarding of property and ensuring safe, hygienic conditions at the University.

“We understand that a smooth and a qualitative remote studies process is a huge challenge, but the first full work days working remotely (Friday and Saturday) indicated that it is possible,” said MRU Rector Prof. Dr. Inga Žalėnienė. “We are confronting an extraordinary situation, numerous questions arise, technical difficulties, but they are resolved calmly, constructively and that is gratifying. It is a source of great satisfaction that we have a professional team at the University. The Long Distance Studies Coordinating and Organizing Team is operating. It is headed by Vice-Rector Regina Valutytė and assisted by Deputy Rector Assoc. Prof, Saulius Spurga. This group includes Digital Studies, the Academic Affairs Centre, IT Centre, the Library, the International Office, the Communication and Marketing Center and academic unit representatives, which will aid, provide training for lecturers, help and communicaton for academic departments. Let’s stay calm and safeguard ourselves and our loved ones,” said MRU Rector Prof. Inga Žalėnienė.

Stay healthy!

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