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Season Schools / Workshops

The annual EERA Summer Schools bring together about 70 emerging researchers from 20 – 30 countries, who are tutored and advised by experienced researchers. Additionally EERA networks conduct subject-specific season schools.

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The academic work of EERA is largely organised within the EERA networks.

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Find out about EERA membership, projects and partnerships, governing structure and how we promote early researchers.

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25.05.2021
The authors, Claudia Bergmüller and Susanne Höck will present the key findings emerging from their research followed by a response by Joe O’Hara, President of EERA and Director of the Centre for Evaluation, Quality and Inspection, Dublin City University. The session will be moderated by GENE Chair, Annette Scheunpflug.
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21.05.2021
WELSmainonline conference, September 28-30, 2021 (3pm CEST*): Innovation
Participation is free of charge, registration will open soon
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18.05.2021
The Institute of Education at Dublin City University is looking to host an experienced researcher via funding through Marie Sklodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships. In order to secure funding, the experienced researcher must develop a proposal with the host for the September 15 2021 deadline.
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Congratulations to Rocío García-Carrión, WERA's new Secretary General
09.03.2021
EERA would like to warmly congratulate our colleague Rocío García-Carrión, former link convenor for NW 14. Communities, Families, and Schooling in Educational Research.
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Release your research!
23.02.2021
Find readers who might not normally read your work and tell your own story without having to write a press release. Engage with the EERA family by contributing to the EERA Blog.
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