Social Innovations Doctoral School

  • Didlaukio, 55-404

    08303 Vilnius


Organization profile

Organisation profile

Head of Social Innovations Doctoral School
Dr. Andrius Puksas

Social Innovations Doctoral School (SIDS) is the branch of Research and Innovation Support Centre of Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania) responsible for PhD studies and postdoctoral research. SIDS offers full-time, part-time and extramural PhD studies in six research fields (law, management, economics, psychology, education sciences and philology) and runs national and international doctoral programmes.


  • Responsible for the quality of PhD studies and postdoctoral research;
  • Prepares and implements a strategy of PhD studies;
  • Organizes and coordinates PhD studies at Mykolas Romeris University;
  • Initiates and coordinates postdoctoral fellowships;
  • Promotes a professional training and organizing events for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers;
  • Takes care to attract foreign PhD students and lecturers to participate in doctoral processes;
  • Cooperates with inner and external partners;
  • Participates in international and national projects related to PhD studies and postdoctoral activities;
  • Provides other related services.

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    Research Output

    • 25 Article
    • 3 Conference contribution

    Nesmurtinio bendravimo intervencinės programos poveikis programos dalyvių socialinei elgsenai: sisteminės tyrimų analizės apžvalga

    Translated title of the contribution: IMPACT OF THE NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION INTERVENTION PROGRAM ON THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF THE PARTICIPANTS: OVERVIEW OF THE SYSTEMIC RESEARCH ANALYSISVisakavičiūtė, E. & Bandzeviciene, R., 2019, In : Social Work. 17, 1, p. 102-121

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
  • Open Access
  • 5 Citations (Scopus)