International Communication after Corona
Within this EUPRERA webinar, panelists from four countries on three continents discussed situation and changes concerning international Corporate, organizational and marketing communication after the changes linked with the COVID-19 pandemic, from their own global home region. This webinar has been organized by the Macromedia University of Applied Sciences (Germany) within the framework of the EUPRERA project ICCC “International Corporate Communication Compass”. Speakers: Kara S. Alaimo, Hofstra University, USA | Ganga Danesh, Zayed University, UAE | Diana Ingenhoff, University of Fribourg, Switzerland | Holger Sievert, Macromedia University, Germany | Stephen Waddington, Newcastle University, UK.
Latin-American Communication Monitor
Cibersecurity, Women’s status, Ethical challenges and New competencies in Communication Management in Latin America. An exclusive presentation of preliminary results of the EUPRERA’s project “Latin American Communication Monitor” 2020-2021, the major study about communication practitioners in LatinAmerica.
Speakers: Juan Carlos Molelda | Marco Hererra
The latest outcomes of the recent global study COM-COVID, investigating the communication management of the COVID 19 crisis in diverse countries (Europe, Africa, China), the effectiveness of governmental communication by the general population and much more.
Speakers: Angeles Moreno | Stefania Romenti | Ralph Tench | Gemma Bridge | Juan Meng | Chinedu Jude Nwasum | Leli Bibilashvili | Camelia Cmeciu | Anca Anton | Anamaria Nicola Neagu
Women in PR & ECM
This study explores Women Leadership in strategic communication, referring to the outcomes of the project Women in PR and of the European Communication Monitor 2020. Additionally, the study offers a series of country reports to compare and contrast the position of women in Europe.
Speakers: Angeles Moreno | Martina Topic | Cristina Fuentes | Luisa Alli | Maria Joao Cunha | Carla Cruz | Mirela Polić | Mirela Holy | Natia Kaladze | Leli Bibilashvili
Scientific Journals Analysis
The fresh outcomes of a study which evaluated how academics use journal ranking systems, what their impact is on career and research decisions. As a result, it’s now available a list of preferred publications for PR and communication scholars.
Speakers: Ralph Tench | Johanna Fawkes | Gemma Bridge, Leeds Beckett University
MARPE & Diplomacy
This is the first in a series of videos dedicated to the progress of the research done by the MARPE Diplo team, analysing an emerging discipline -public, corporate and civic diplomacy- at the intersection of the fields of communication sciences, international relations, and political sciences from a communication / PR perspective.
Speakers: Hélène Boulanger | Pepe Martinez | Susana de Carvalho | Sonia Sebastiao | Anca Anton | Anne-Marie Cotton
Online Cafe: Teaching and writing about public affairs and lobbying
An informal discussion on public affairs resources to support teaching and writing, as we consider developing new teaching resources based on the participants’ views and experiences. Speakers: Scott Davidson | Chiara Valentini | Magda Pieczka | Øyvind Ihlen.
Best Master Thesis winners & hints
The winners on the of the 2020 EUPRERA Master Thesis Award for Excellence presented their insights followed by a Q&A and hints on how to produce a distinctive master thesis. The webinar has been hosted by the award coordinator and head of jury Alexander Buhmann (BI Norwegian Business School).
Speakers: Alexander Buhmann | Sasha Jurchak | Daniel Ziegele
Academic Career Q&A
Addressed to early-career academics, this session answered several questions on career paths: how to apply for a professorship in Europe, do’s and don’ts, and much more.
Speakers: Ansgar Zerfass, Universität Leipzig | Diana Ingenhoff, Université de Fribourg | Sabine Einwiller, Universität Wien.
Addressed to doctoral candidates, this webinar has been an opportunity to talk about the attendees’ ongoing work and get feedback from experts and peers.
Speakers: Øyvind Ihlen, University of Oslo | Chiara Valentini, University of Jyväskylä | Jens Seiffert-Brockmann, Vienna University of Economics and Business.