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European Association of Communication Professionals in Higher Education

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EUPRIO is the association of higher education communicators in Europe.

EUPRIO's goal is to ensure communicating with stakeholders is a key factor in university strategic planning.

EUPRIO aims to achieve this by demonstrating communications excellence through the sharing of best practice and new ideas from around the world.

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Farida Khali
Deputy National Representative, Steering Committee
Switzerland

EUPRIO Highlights

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Due to the Coronavirus restrictions, the EUPRIO General Assembly 2020 will take place online on December 16th, 2020 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. followed by virtual Season's Greetings. It will be an opportunity to present to the EUPRIO members the activities realised during the last two years and to launch the EUPRIO programme 2021. Registration opening soon on MyEUPRIO.

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EUPRIO invites all its members to register to the online conference organised by Bundesverband Hochschulkommunikation, the German Federal Association of University Communication on November 23 and 24, 2020.
University communication in Corona times: a state of emergency or a new normal?” aims to shed light on and discuss the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on university communication from very different perspectives with experts from science, media and politics.

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The EUPRIO Executive Board decided to extend the duration of the third edition of the EMP-EUPRIO Mobility Programme until April 2021 to allow participants of the 4 approved projects to meet and work in presence on their projects. Indeed, one of the objectives of the programme is to encourage teamwork and networking between members of different universities and countries. This will also make it possible to welcome new partners and submit new proposals.

Detailed information will be available on the site in the second half of September.

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Latest news

EUPRIO’s annual conference in Trieste, which was due to open on 30 August, has been postponed until next year due to the Covid-19 pandemic – but its theme of “Science communication: how to engage nowadays” could not have been more relevant.

As universities responded to Covid-19 by moving online, Nic Mitchell looks at key lessons from a webinar on the rapid transformation of big events like open days and graduation ceremonies to the virtual environment and Christine Legrand reports from a French online discussion on communication challenges during and after the corona crisis.

We’ve all had good and bad experiences of continuing to communicate with our students, staff and other stakeholders in the middle of the coronavirus crisis and now is the ideal time to look at lessons learnt since the pandemic shut campuses and forced teaching and virtually everything else online.

Universities in europe and across the world have overcome daunting communication challenges since the covid-19 virus shuttered campuses and forced teaching online – and they face fresh obstacles in navigating to the ‘new normal’.

If the coronavirus has proved one thing, it is the value of timely and trustworthy information from scientists and other experts to policy-makers and the need for effective communication to the public at large.

When was the last time you audited all the social media accounts associated with your university?

Latest news

Why scientists should help the media make sense of Covid-19
EUPRIO’s annual conference in Trieste, which was due to open on 30 August, has been postponed until next year due to the Covid-19 pandemic – but its theme of “Science communication: how to engage nowadays” could not have been more relevant.

Moving the big events to the virtual environment
As universities responded to Covid-19 by moving online, Nic Mitchell looks at key lessons from a webinar on the rapid transformation of big events like open days and graduation ceremonies to the virtual environment and Christine Legrand reports from a French online discussion on communication challenges during and after the corona crisis.

Sharing lessons as we communicate back to the “new normal”
We’ve all had good and bad experiences of continuing to communicate with our students, staff and other stakeholders in the middle of the coronavirus crisis and now is the ideal time to look at lessons learnt since the pandemic shut campuses and forced teaching and virtually everything else online.

Communicating in a covid crisis
Universities in europe and across the world have overcome daunting communication challenges since the covid-19 virus shuttered campuses and forced teaching online – and they face fresh obstacles in navigating to the ‘new normal’.

Coronavirus shows value of science communication
If the coronavirus has proved one thing, it is the value of timely and trustworthy information from scientists and other experts to policy-makers and the need for effective communication to the public at large.

When did you last do a social media audit?
When was the last time you audited all the social media accounts associated with your university?