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UACES Resources are aimed at European Studies PhD students, early-career researchers and anyone who wants to brush up on some of the more practical elements of being an academic as well as a professional working in law, economics or politics. A diverse range of advice articles are focused on the skills needed for developing your career, videos and podcasts disclose individual experiences and summarise seminars and talks. 

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The Six Reincarnations of Research-Led Teaching

1 Jan 2020

Olga Burlyuk (Research Foundation Flanders (FWO) and Ghent University) reflects on six types of research-led teaching.

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The Great Benefits of Attending Academic Conferences

1 Sep 2019

Why do academics go to conferences? What are the benefits for your research and your career? Miguel Otero-Iglesias explains.

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Preparing to Present at an Academic Conference

2 Sep 2018

Heidi Maurer sets out some suggestions — 3 Be’s — to help you enjoy and make the most of your conference presentation.

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Hybrid threats are the present and future of international security. They are defined by the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats as actions “conducted by state or non-state actors, whose goal is to undermine or harm a target by influencing its decision-making at the local, regional, state or institutional level. Such actions are coordinated and synchronized and deliberately target democratic states’ and institutions’ vulnerabilities”. The spread of disinformation and the rise in cyberattacks are just two examples of hybrid threats making headlines across the world today.

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In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, the EUIA organising team and the partner institutions have decided, with much regret, to postpone the EUIA20 conference for one year, concretely to May 26-28, 2021. Travelling and gathering are likely to remain banned or not recommended until the summer break, so we will change the biennial cycle of the conference. Accordingly, the EUIA20 will become EUIA21 and the next two editions will take place in 2023 and 2025.

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How can we explain the causes of the crisis and limitations of the response? What lessons can be learned for future economic crises?

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