Dr Eva Selenko
What is a PhD? How to make it a success? And... what next? How to land a career in academia? Academic journeys can be multifaceted, nonlinear, unexpected and wonderful - but they are never as straightforward as the final document of a PhD or CVs imply. That said, there are still certain elements that make or break good research and help you getting published. The challenge is to find your own approach and happiness, growing your passion and enthusiasm, while becoming better and better in doing good research.
Join Eva for a chat and reflection about PhDs and academic career journeys and discuss your own experiences and plans for the next stage.
Dr Eva Selenko is a senior lecturer in work psychology at the Centre for Professional Work and Society at Loughborough University, UK. She holds an MSc in Social and Organisational Psychology from the University of Groningen, NL, a doctorate in Psychology from the University of Graz and has recently gained Habilitation at the University of Linz (both: Austria). Prior to joining Loughborough in July 2016, Eva was a lecturer at the Institute of Work Psychology at the University of Sheffield. Eva's research interests centre on precarious employment situations and how these affect well-being, performance and non-work related behaviour. Eva is a member of several national and international bodies (e.g. AOM, EAWOP, the German DGPS, CIPD…) and also acts as associate editor for the journal Applied Psychology: An International Review.
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