Modeling Factors with Influence on Sustainable University Management
AbstractThe main objective of this paper is to present the factors with influence on the sustainable university management and the relationships between them. In the scientific approach we begin from a graphical model, according to which the extracurricular activities together with internal environmental factors influence students’ involvement in such activities, the university attractiveness, their academic performance and their integration into the socially-economic and natural environment (components related with sustainable development). The model emphasizes that individual performances, related to students’ participation in extracurricular activities, have a positive influence on the sustainability of university management. The results of the study have shown that the university sustainability may be influenced by a number of factors, such as students’ performance, students’ involvement in extracurricular activities or university’s attractiveness and can in turn influence implicitly also the sustainability of university management. The originality of the paper consists in the relationships study using the modeling method in general and informatics tools of modeling in particular, as well as through graphical visualization of some influences, on the sustainability university management. View Full-Text
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Dumitrascu, O.; Ciudin, R. Modeling Factors with Influence on Sustainable University Management. Sustainability 2015, 7, 1483-1502.
Dumitrascu O, Ciudin R. Modeling Factors with Influence on Sustainable University Management. Sustainability. 2015; 7(2):1483-1502.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dumitrascu, Oana; Ciudin, Rodica. 2015. "Modeling Factors with Influence on Sustainable University Management." Sustainability 7, no. 2: 1483-1502.