Professional Development Council

Since June 2014, the ECMA Master’s programme has been equipped with a Professional Development Council designed to maximize its performance, while facilitating students’ occupational integration, particularly those who do not intend to continue their studies beyond the Master’s degree nor teach. 

Composition of the Professional Development Council

Honorary president: Mr Marin Dacos, holder of the agrégation in history, head of the CLEO, CNRS gold medal.

1. Outside members

  • Mr Rémi Borel, head librarian, Bibliothèques Méjanes 
  • Mr Marin Dacos, head of the CLEO, holder of the agrégation in history, research engineer at France’s CNRS
  • Mr Jean-Christophe Faudot, head of the Higher Education and Research committee. Relations with the economic world. Pays d’Aix metropolitan area.
  • Ms Laëtitia Lasagesse, transfer project supervisor in human and social sciences. SATT Sud-Est
  • Ms Sophie Vallas, professor, head of the Language, Letters and Arts postgraduate school, ED 354
  • Ms Jessica Salvo (Da Costa-Vieira), teacher at Lycée Vitrolles (13). ACMA Master of research in linguistics. Holder of the agrégation externe (2011) in English, which she prepared in Aix-Marseille University’s Department of English Studies
  • Ms Amandine Texier, publishing assistant and research engineer at OpenEdition. Holder of an ACMA research Master.

2. First-year and second-year student representatives 

3. Inside members (Board of the ECMA Master’s programme)

Head of the Master’s programme

Ms Cécile Cottenet, professor, Department of English Studies, American civilisation 

ECMA Master’s teaching staff

Head of the LERMA

Ms Anne Page, Professor, Department of English Studies, British studies (literature and civilisation), honorary member of the Institut universitaire de France

Deputy head of the LERMA

Ms Monique De Mattia-Viviès, Professor, Department of English Studies, linguistic studies

Heads of the vocational training commission

Ms Sara Greaves, Senior Lecturer, Department of English Studies, translation and translation studies; 

and Ms Nathalie Vanfasse, Professor, Department of English Studies, British literature 

E-rea journal

Ms Marie-Odile Hédon, Professor, Department of English Studies, translation and Scottish literature 

Former head of the ECMA Master’s programme

Ms Nathalie Vanfasse, Professor, Department of English Studies, British literature

Head of LERMA’s Website and Digital Resources commission 

Mr Grégoire Lacaze, Senior Lecturer, Department of English Studies, linguistic studies

Head of LERMAstériales (interface of the Master’s degree/LERMA)

Ms Anne Page, Professor, Department of English Studies, British studies (literature and civilisation)

Head of the Department of English Studies (permanent guest)

Ms Isabelle Vagnoux, Professor, Department of English Studies, American civilisation (foreign policy)

Member of the Speech and Language Research Laboratory

Ms Sophie Herment, Professor, Department of English Studies, phonetic studies

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