Dear EUPRERA Community,
We are delighted to officially announce the launch of our newly founded European Network of Emerging Scholars (EUNES)–a network dedicated to advancing the careers of early- and mid-career researchers in public relations and strategic communication.
After many conversations during the past EUPRERA events among young and emerging scholars, we felt the need to create a pan-European platform, where the next generation of scholars can exchange, connect, and support each other. Finally, after an intensive phase of brainstorming and preparation, we are ready to kick-off EUNES at the upcoming 23rd EUPRERA congress in Vienna in September.
What is EUNES?
We are a researcher-led and inclusive network for early- and mid-career researchers who work in public relations and strategic communication fields. We support early- and mid-career researchers in their career ambitions, through skills development, networking opportunities, workshops, and other events.
What does EUNES do?
- Building Networks: We provide opportunities for international and interdisciplinary connections.
- Sharing Experiences: We facilitate mutual learning and intergenerational knowledge sharing.
- Facilitating Collaborations: We bring researchers together to develop collaborations on research and teaching.
- Strengthening Skills: We address and discuss issues related to professional development.
Who is already part of EUNES?
Explore our current network members around Europe
via our interactive map
How to get involved?
◊ Attend our conference activities and get to know our community: Make new connections, learn from our speakers, and ask questions.
- EUNES Kickoff Meeting with Keynote 3: Prof. TC Melewar on “Ranking, Reputation and Research (3Rs): Voyage, Vista and Viewpoint (3Vs)”
Thursday, 22nd September, 16:45 – 18:00
- The Project and Network Corner: Presentation of EUNES
Thursday, 22nd September, 11.00-12.45
◊ Apply for becoming a EUNES member today. Please contact the network leader: Hui Zhao, email@example.com.
◊ Share the news about the new network with early- and mid-career researchers in your network and encourage them to get involved.