ICOMEU 2022 was the fourth in a series of successful international conferences on the Management of Educational Units which started back in 2018. The conference series was intended to provide a unique opportunity for educators and researchers from universities, schools, cultural institutions, businesses, industries and other private and public agencies around the world to share and discuss their innovative practices, research initiatives, and educational tools that advance the management of educational units, with the emphasis this year put on STEAM education. The conference was jointly organized by two postgraduate programs, the M.Sc. on ‘Management of Educational Units’, offered by the Department of Business Administration, Marketing and Tourism, and the M.Sc. on ‘Robotics, STEAM and New Technologies in Education’, by the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, both at the International Hellenic University, Greece. ICOMEU 2022 was held virtually from the 21st to the 23rd of January 2022, due to the threat of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The keynote speaker was Dr Sarantos Psycharis. A highly experienced and devoted Professor who has made a significant contribution to many educational institutions throughout Europe. Professor Psycharis has published many papers in prestigious journals and has established various European-wide improved academic practices for Undergraduates, Postgraduates, and Fellow Professors alike. He was also the Coordinator, representing the Greek Government – for the European Network of Teacher Education Policies (ENTEP), and for two years President of the Network and Evaluator for European Commission. He also served as a Rector –and Chancellor of HE Institute- ASPETE. Currently he is Full Professor at the Higher Education Institute –School of Pedagogical and Technological Education –ASPETE- in the cognitive area «Education Applications of Computational Sciences”.

The Book of Abstracts is available here

The Edited Book of Proceedings is available here

The Conference Programme is available here