Our mission is to provide a platform for academics worldwide, to share and negotiate knowledge and to provide learning opportunities for all involved. This will be achieved, this year, via a series of online seminars proceeding and leading up to the annual conferences. The aim is to keep the international academic and professional community interacting throughout the year. With the above principles in mind, the Communication Institute of Greece is organising : (1) two ‘Free of charge workshops’ , (2) a 2 days’ workshop on the qualities we should aspire as an academics, (2 hours a day), that will be presented during our annual conferences 26-29 September 2022 and (3) two ‘Conferences’ proposed as a 4 days event (2+2 days- Click below for more information), 26-29 September 2022.
Conferences for 2022
7th Annual International Conference on Communication and Management (ICCM2022), 26-29 September 2022
3rd International Conference on Education (EDU2022), 26-29 September 2022
Qualities we should aspire as academics.
4 Workshops facilitated across two days, presented during our Annual Academic Conferences EDU2022 and ICCM2022,
26-29 September 2022
Description: Being an academic is not an easy task. It is actually a quite challenging procedure of sharing knowledge to make this world a better place. This seminary will examine leadership roles and opportunities as academics, referring to specific experiences from universities around the world. Different workshops leaded by well known academics and researchers from all over the world (USA, Singapore, Canada) will provide opportunities to learn and exchange on strategy building and alignment for a changing world; building the skills to navigate uncertain times; leading diverse and hybrid teams; publishing opportunities, ways to reduce publishing stress; publishing tips, and much more. Click HERE for the two days 4 workshop tentative program.
Pr. Michael Altamirano (USA)
Pr. Carolin Rekar Munro (Canada)
Hon. Pr. Sophie Karanicolas (Australia)
Dr. Jürgen Rudolph (Singapore)
Hon. Pr. Robert J. Bonk (USA)
Catherine E. Deri (Canada)