Social Innovations Doctoral School

  • Didlaukio, 55-404

    08303 Vilnius

    Lithuania

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Head of Social Innovations Doctoral School
Dr. Andrius Puksas
E-mail: andrius_puksas@mruni.eu

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.

SIDS:

  • 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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Lithuania Social Sciences
workers' organization Social Sciences
education Social Sciences
multimodality Social Sciences
Critical infrastructures Engineering & Materials Science
data protection Social Sciences
change management Social Sciences
energy source Social Sciences

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Research Output 2011 2019

  • 25 Article
  • 3 Conference contribution
Open Access
social behavior
communication
ability
empathy
conflict prevention
1 Citation (Scopus)
Open Access
student
Students
Industry
research method
Environmental impact