October 11, 2022
Deadline (EXTENDED): May 22, 2022
As part of our online activities related to the ECREA 2022 pre-conference, we would like to invite all young scholars to apply for our PhD Workshop jointly held by ECREA’s Crisis Communication Section and the Young Scholars Network (YECREA).
Participation in the workshop is free of charge.
The workshop aims to provide an online forum with individual feedback for doctoral students whose PhD and research interest is related to the wide and interdisciplinary field of Risk and Crisis Communication.
Note that this year we launch a new workshop format. For this reason, you will receive two kinds of feedback - senior scholars and peers feedback - and you will be asked not only to present your own project but also to comment on other two projects. The inclusion of peers feedback intends to engage attendees in discussions among themselves, increase participation and develop critical analysis skills.
The PhD Workshop will take place online on Tuesday, October 11, 2022. Further information on the schedules as well as on the respondents (senior scholars and peers) will be announced later.
Some of our confirmed senior scholars respondents are Prof. Dr. Albena Björck (Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland), Prof. Dr. Deanna Sellnow (University of Central Florida, USA), Prof. Dr. Yan Jin (University of Georgia, USA) and Prof. Dr. Yijing Wang (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands).
To apply for the workshop, please prepare and submit the following two documents:
1. An extended abstract of up to 500 words outlining your project (references excluded). Please think of key elements such as your research problem, theoretical foundation, research question(s), methodology and (preliminary) findings.
2. A short letter of motivation stating why you would like to participate, and which questions you would like to see addressed in the feedback session. This letter should also mention the name of your doctoral advisor, the year of PhD you are in, and whether your project will turn into a monograph or (nb. of) papers.
The documents must be submitted to Bianca Persici Toniolo (email@example.com) by May 15, 2022.
A jury will select the applications according to standards of academic quality like theoretical foundation, stringency and originality. You will receive their decision by July 15, 2022.
There is no need to be a member of the Crisis Communication Section to apply, but please note that the capacity of the workshop is limited.
- May 22 – Deadline for submission
- July 22 – Notification of decisions
- September 15 – If your proposal was accepted, you will receive information about the projects on which you are required to provide feedback
- October 11 – PhD Workshop
Please do not hesitate to ask questions if you have any doubt by contacting the Crisis Communication
Section YECREA’s representative, Bianca Persici Toniolo, at firstname.lastname@example.org.