The newly elected ERU board:
Marta Miklikowska (communication officer); Francesca Lionetti (secretary); Pasquale Musso (president), Stefanos Mastrotheodoros (coordinator of national representatives); Loes Keijsers (Past president)
not on the photo: Mette Ranta (board member) and Maja Schachner (president elect)
The Early Researchers Union (ERU) at the European Association of Developmental Psychology (EADP) was established in 2008 in order to increase the opportunity for network, collaboration and knowledge exchange of student and young members of the EADP at the early stages of their career. The Early Researchers Union is meant for undergraduate students, graduate/PhD students, researchers, postdocs, or junior faculty members (up to assistant professorship) primarily interested in developmental psychology and/or an area relevant to the study of human development.
What is the ERU mission?
Develop, coordinate and facilitate learning/training opportunities for student and early researchers
Exchange information and experiences about PhD studies, scholarships and programs in different European countries, the United States of America and beyond