ICFSS Highlighted Speakers

Mrs. Katerina Arvanitaki

She is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of International and European Studies of the University of Piraeus in the field of cultural diplomacy.  She works at the National Gallery and Museum of Alexandros Soutsos in the administration department. She has been awarded for my participation in the International Poetry Competition organized by EUARCE.

Ms. Efrat Mishor

Efrat Mishor is a Ph.D. candidate in the Public Administration and Policy Department at the University of Haifa, Israel. Her main fields of interest are policy risk management, emergency engagement and perceptions of risk. Efrat focuses on explaining how risk awareness, trust and cost-benefit considerations affect emergency-oriented civic engagement. She has developed a theoretical model that enables empirical research.

Ms. Paulina Schindler

Paulina Schindler is a research associate at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, teaching students in the field of business informatics and researching as part of the “Liberty”-research branch. After receiving her B. Sc. in E-Commerce and M. Sc. in Business Informatics, she is currently researching the topics of fake news, intermediaries, social media and hate speech.