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How to become an Academic Member of the Institute?
Becoming an Academic Member of COMinG and participating in its International Conferences, means having a link with other academics around the world, collaborate with them on research projects, create small events/conferences, and so forth. This is a way to exchange ideas, develop projects, and connect with people from all around the world! By paying the registration fee, which means participating in our conferences, you pay as well the fee to become an Academic Member of the Communication Institute of Greece.
To become an Academic Member please contact the President of the Institute, Dr Margarita Kefalaki by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org attaching a detailed Curriculum Vitae, a short biographical note of no more than 300 words (inspire yourself from http://coming.gr/index.php/academic-members/) and a photo of yours (as a JPEG attached file) that you would like to appear on the Institutes website.
-Application fee for a new academic member – conference participant (300 euro- needs board’s approval)
-Academic Member – not a conference participant (500 euro- needs board’s approval)
-Lifetime Member – Membership fee (2000 euro- needs board’s approval)
-Annual membership fee (20 euro)
Academic Members can propose different projects to the Communication Institute of Greece. More particularly they can, among other things:
* become part of the Institutes research unit,
* participate for free in another annual event (need board’s approval),
*become member of the scientific and organising committee of a conference,
*chair a session of a conference or just participate, without a paper, without paying the conference fee (for a second conference on the same year),
*edit books with the help of the Institute (prior international experience with editing is required),
*organise mini-conferences or conference sessions of specific interest (as part of a more general conference),
* propose and become the leader of a new general conference (need board’s approval),
* referee papers submitted for publication at the conference,
* organise other types of events, seminars with specific themes (need board’s approval),
* …we are open to discuss other possibilities (collaborations, projects, etc.).
Please Note: to become an Academic Member, you need board’s approval.