The title of RISEBA University of Applied Sciences Honorary Professor is awarded for:
- Exceptional contribution to education, research and science;
- Significant achievements in the arts and business administration;
- A significant contribution to the development of RISEBA University College.
The title of RISEBA University of Applied Sciences Honorary Professor is awarded by Senate
Dr Ichak Adizes was awarded RISEBA Honorary doctoral degree (Honorius Causa) on 22 September 2009 for his outstanding contribution to the development of business and management science, proving the importance of humanistic values in business and presenting exceptionally influential business development models.
Dr Ichak Adizes gained international recognition for corporate life cycle, crisis management, business development and change management concepts presented. He is also an author of fairly unique and effective “The Adizes methodology”, which is designed to make business more productive and its performance more effective.
RISEBA University Colllege supports deep philosophical approach to business and economy analysis and his strong belief that the education of future leaders cannot be separated from their spiritual growth, putting human values first. Awarding Dr Ichak Adizes with the Honorary doctoral degree, RISEBA University of Applied Sciences acknowledges the intention to promote his ideas in academic, scientific and social activities.
More information about Ichak Adizes: www.adizes.com
Michael Kazinik is an outstanding musician, social activist and humanist, who brings us back to the universal values of Spirit and Being, focuses on the mind and the desire to achieve harmony and knowledge.
Find out more about Michael Kazinik here: www.kazinik.ru
Dr Jamie Anderson was awarded RISEBA University of Applied Sciences Honorary doctoral degree (Honorius Causa) on 11 November 2012 for the development of the modern management concept, which is based on creativity and social needs of the person.
Professor Danica Purg was awarded RISEBA University of Applied Sciences Honorary professor degree (Honorius Causa) on 13 September 2017 for the promotion of a new concept “Art in Leadership” and management education development in Central and Eastern Europe.
On 13 September 2017, Andris Kronbergs was awarded the title of honorary professor Honoris Causa of RISEBA for his contribution to the creation of a new architecture school for RISEBA University of Applied Sciences in Latvia and his influence on its professional content.
Architect Andris Kronbergs is one of the most respected and gifted representatives of the contemporary architecture of Latvia, having been awarded the Grand Prix of the Latvian Architecture Award on a number of occasions for the architecture created by the Architectural Practice ARHIS, which broadly embodies the ideals of the contemporary architecture of Latvia.
Andris Kronbergs was the head of the Latvian Union of Architects; he is a member of the Riga City Architect’s Collegium. A long-term member of the National Council of Architecture and the current head of it. Also, the head of the inter-institutional Council for the Preservation and Development of the Historic Centre of Riga. One of the heads of the design courses in RISEBA Faculty of Architecture and Design. In 2009, Andris Kronbergs was awarded the Order of the Three Stars, and he has been an honorary member of the Latvian Academy of Sciences since 2013. The name of Andris Kronbergs is included in the Latvian Cultural Canon.
More information about Andris Kronbergs: www.arhis.lv