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EAWOP Early Career Summer School


14th to 18th of September 2020
University Business School, Durham, UK

Information leaflet


Please note that registration deadline is 30 April 2020.

The Early Career Summer School for Advanced Work and Organizational Psychology aims to foster the central issues of European W/O psychology, such as supporting European perspective in research in W/O psychology, integrating Eastern European countries in the research community of Western Europe and providing comprehensive standards for forthcoming research and guidelines for orientation in research and application. 

The 7th EAWOP summer school will take place from the 14th to 18th of September 2020 at Durham University Business School/UK. It will bring together 36 young scholars from all over Europe with a diversity of interests in W/O psychology and with a desire to pursue a career within this field. They will attend and participate in a series of activities, including Keynotes, Speed Networking & Interactive Poster Sessions, Research Methods & Skills Workshops, Group Sessions, Social Activities, etc.

Invited senior scholars (full CVs):

John Antonakis, Professor of Organizational Behavior, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, Editor-in-Chief of the Leadership Quarterly
Douglas Brown, Professor of Psychology, University of Waterloo, Canada, Associate Editor of the Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
Kevin Daniels, Professor in Organizational Behaviour, Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia, UK, Editor-in-Chief of European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Robert G. Lord, Professor of Leadership, Durham University Business School Durham University, UK.
Sabine Sonnentag, Professor for Work & Organizational Psychology, Universität Mannheim, Germany, Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Psychology. 
Les Graham, Associate Professor, Director of the Policing Research Unit at Durham University Business School

The fee is 380€ for EAWOP members, which covers summer school participation, accommodation, lunches, and two dinners. Travel costs are not included. Non-EAWOP members need to sign up for a one-year EAWOP membership via the EAWOP office prior to registering for the summer school.

How to apply:

In order to take part in the summer school, participants must either be close to finishing their Ph.D. (in their final) or must recently have completed their Ph.D (in the first five years after their Ph.D. completion year).

The call for applications is open from September 2019. Candidates interested in attending the summer school are requested to send an application comprising the following documents by 31 of January 2020 via the following link:

• Curriculum Vitae, including a publication/conference presentations list
• A 1,000 word abstract of the research they intent to present at the Summer School,
• A 500 word individual research plan covering the next 5 years. This may focus on proposed theoretical developments, data collection, funding applications and publication targets
• EAWOP membership status
• A recommendation letter from their PhD supervisor/advisor

Applicants will then be selected on the basis of the quality and originality of their current and planned research. Geographical diversity will also be considered in order to maximize representation of all European countries.

Registration / Payment deadline: 30 April 2020

Organizing Committee:
• Olga Epitropaki, Professor of Management
• Susanne Braun, Professor in Leadership
• Rosalie Hall, Professor of Management
• Hong Deng, Professor of Management
• Yanjun Guan, Professor of Management
• Janey Zheng, Post Doctoral Research Fellow

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