Open call for IAMCR ambassadors
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Open call for IAMCR ambassadors

The International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) invites its members to become IAMCR Ambassadors for their country or region for a period of three years. IAMCR members can apply to become an IAMCR faculty ambassador or to become an IAMCR PhD ambassador.

IAMCR Ambassadors are a passionate community of volunteers who support IAMCR’s mission, activate and support other IAMCR members, and creatively promote the mandate and distinctiveness of the association.

IAMCR now has two types of ambassadors which are (1) IAMCR PhD ambassadors and (2) IAMCR faculty ambassadors. IAMCR faculty ambassadors are senior/experienced scholars, and IAMCR PhD ambassadors are PhD students or early-stage scholars without a university appointment.

How to apply in order to become an ambassador

Eligibility

Applicants must be members of IAMCR. IAMCR faculty ambassadors must have an academic position at a university or higher education institute (with a PhD). IAMCR PhD ambassadors must be PhD students or early-stage scholars without a university appointment.

How to apply

An application consists of a letter of motivation, a one-page CV and bio (400 words maximum), and a strategic plan for three years. A template is available to structure the strategic plan.

Applicants submit their application as an email, with the attachments in PDF format, to Mazlum Kemal Dağdelen, the coordinator of the ambassador initiative and the assistant of the IAMCR President, Nico Carpentier.

In order to have further information about the initiative, you can visit the webpage or contact the ambassador programme coordinator.

 

 

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