EFPSA Research Programme is announcing that we have EXTENDED the call for the Research Programme Supervisors of 2022/2023!
Who: PhD or PostDoc researchers in psychology!
What: Supervisor at EFPSA’s Research Programme – Community Psychology: Seeking Empowerment, Embracing Diversity. The end product of the programme is a cross-cultural research project!
When & Where: 11th to 18th of July 2022, in Greece
Application Deadline: 05. 04. 2022, 23:59 (CET)
Are you a PhD or PostDoc researcher in psychology who would like to be a Supervisor for an international group of six motivated and dedicated students working on a research project?
Do you want to help us contribute to the development of the academic community by mentoring the young researchers of tomorrow?
If your answer is yes, then apply for EFPSA’s Research Programme 2022! The theme is Community Psychology: Seeking Empowerment, Embracing Diversity, which means that any topic or research area within this field is eligible.
What is EFPSA’s Research Programme
The EFPSA Research Programme (EFPSA RP) is an EFPSA Service, consisting of a twelve-month research programme reuniting students, PhDs, postdoctoral researchers, and established academics. This programme constitutes a unique opportunity, having as aim gaining research abilities, teamwork, and interpersonal skills in the process of conducting research. Undergraduates or master students are supervised by a PhD or postdoctoral researcher, this way having the chance to publish before graduation. More information can be found on efpsa.org > Services > EFPSA Research Programme.
About the annual theme
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, it has become clear that this unprecedented situation has left a lasting impact on various communities everywhere around the world. It is more important than ever before to use social, cultural, economic, political, environmental, and international influences to promote positive change and address issues that may negatively impact different communities. The pandemic has also further ostracized vulnerable groups increasing the challenges and disadvantages they face. Because of this psychologists are focusing on finding various ways to help communities as well as disenfranchised individuals, who are feeling disconnected from their local communities.
As a student organisation, we see the potential and necessity to guide research practices towards issues that are relevant and that require our attention as psychologists.
Our programme will provide a platform for cross-cultural research and allow you to develop research projects that may contribute to the understanding of as well as the implementation of findings of Community Psychology. As we strongly believe that the importance of this has never been greater.
What are the benefits of being a Research Programme Supervisor
- Opportunity to develop and conduct a research project in a cross-cultural setting
- Opportunity to collaborate with EFPSA and become a part of our Supporting Community.
- Opportunity to inspire and educate young researchers.
- Development of leadership and communication skills that are a valuable asset of every academic position.
- Opportunity to attend the Research Summer School free of charge.
What are the stages of the Research Programme
In all, there are seven stages of the Research Programme involvement:
- Attendance at the Research Summer School (RSS) in July.
- Writing the Registered Report (RR) in the two months after Research Summer School (until September).
- Working continuously on the tasks for the research project and maintaining communication with the team. Communicate regularly with the RP Team on your research progress.
- Attending online trainings (in November and March).
- Attending the mid-programme meeting in January/ February (not mandatory).
- Presenting the work-to-date at EFPSA Annual Congress.
- Submit completed research papers to the RP Team. All teams have the possibility to publish in JEPS. For more information on publishing in JEPS please refer to document: EFPSA Research Programme_Submitting the Registered Report to JEPS
How do I apply?
To start the application process first carefully read the Research Programme Guidelines for more general information about our programme. To find out about the Supervisor’s role and eligibility criteria please read the Supervisors Guidelines document. After reading these two documents you can start the process by filling in this application form. At the end of the application form, you will upload your Supervisor_Research_Proposal_Form, Supervisor Motivation Letter_2022, and Proof of Studies.
If you know anyone who might be interested in applying for this position, please feel welcome to share this information with them. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any questions about the Supervisors recruitment process.
We are looking forward to receiving your applications!