Ana ADI wins European Social Media Award

Doctoral Researcher Ana ADI won this year’s prestigious European Public Relations Education and Research Association’s EuroBlog prize for “Most innovative use of social media techniques in a communications research project or investigation“. Her website impressed the judges with the use of a variety of social media platforms in her research.

The award ceremony took place on the 3rd of March in Lisbon but Ana received her prize virtually via a Skype conference call. This is Ana’s forst award of this kind but it follows an impressive record of awards and grants she received while pursuing her doctoral studies at UWS.

For more details check Ana’s website or the UWS press release about her winning the award.

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The European Public Relations Education and Research Association (Euprera) is a network where members attract, convey, disseminate and create innovations in public relations and communication. It aims to stimulate and promote innovative knowledge and practices of public relations education and research in Europe.

Ana Adi’s PhD study focuses on how information and images about China, human rights and the Olympics are negotiated between Olympic organizers, advocacy groups, international media outlets and the online public of these media outlets.

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