New status, next stage in research and teaching
As of 1.12.2020 I will continue my academic career as a visiting scholar to Prof. Klaus Boehnke, at the department of Psychology and Methdos of Jacobs University Bremen.
Prof. Boehnke is past president of the International Association of Cross-Cultural Psychology-IACCP-and generally researchers on social cohesion, values, and developmental topics, among others.
With this position, we are planing on submitting a proposal at the German Funding Agency-DFG-for acquiring funding to develop a novel methodology for value research across cultures. This is a follow-up to our paper earlier this year @Frontiers with Prof. em. Erich H. Witte. (more on this here).
Also, for the coming period I am on the job market, and look to secure a position as a post-doctoral researcher or assistant professor to research and teach on themes combining social psychological, methodological, open science, and applied questions.
Excited about joining for an initial term of three years the Editorial Board at the Journal of Social and Political Psychology (JSPP)!
JSPP is a fully open access journal that publishes at the intersection of social and political psychology, and it focuses on particularly encouraging an equitable representation of the varying research contexts and languages while offering a number of services, like the Buddy system which is meant to provide, among other, language assistance to non-native authors. JSPP accepts theoretical, review, and original articles as well as it publishes commentaries and action teaching reports.
After my PhD and a brief part-time contract, I move forward with my research career at the Vechta University, Vechta, Germany, working as a post-doc (wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter) to prof. Maria Pavlova. The position is at the Institute of Gerontology.