We are very proud to share with you that our CEO, Camille Cocaud was appointed yesterday advisory board member for the Dandelion Project, which since April 1st, 2016 supports the uptake and valorisation of EU-funded initiatives for Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective Societies (IIRS) research and improves its dissemination towards citizens, policy makers, academia and media.
As European Science Communication and Dissemination Agency specialized in Funding Research Programmes like Horizon 2020, at Sparks & Co we are happy to be part of this project coordinated by Mr Iakovos Delioglanis from Q-PLAN INTERNATIONAL ADVISORS Ltd, and be able to share our expertise to help ongoing IIRS projects reach a wider range of audiences and achieve their main goals.
Following their Work Plan of this year, on October 19th the consortium integrated by Q-PLAN International, LOBA, FVA New Media Design, Insight Publishers Limited, PEDAL Consulting, Goethe University and CIVITTA, will host the Quadruple Helix workshop at the Slovak Liaison Office for Research and Development, in Brussels. The workshop aims at fostering the discussion on “How to better communicate SSH research results to maximise their societal impact”.
Mariana holds a Bachelor's Degree in Public Relations from the Centro de Estudios en Ciencias de la Comunicación in México City and a Master's Degree in International Global Communications from the Institut Supérieur de Communication et Publicité in Paris.
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