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EOSC Future Grant: Geta Mitrea – Social Sciences


The main objective of the ambassadorship was to actively promote to what EOSC Future and RDA have to offer to social sciences specific domain/discipline community (e.g. via RDA domain specific WG/IGs presentations, webinars, training sessions, survey, etc.) at regional North-East Area from Romania and at national level for sociology/social work/social sciences scientific domain.

The target groups were made of academia and researchers at different stages of their career, students, specialists in the social sciences domain from Romania. All of these were strengthen the outreach activities within EOSC Future in Romania.

People and Organisations

Geta Mitrea is currently a lecturer at University Stefan cel Mare of Suceava. She is also a member in the Expert Group on facilitating the use of new data sources for official statistics for the European Commission (Eurostat) and a monitoring expert for Scholarship Schemes for Universities for the Ministry of National Education and Scientific Research (MENCS).

Her teaching career started at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University from Iassy as an associate teaching staff during 2009-2016, followed by duties as a university lecturer (PhD) at National Defence University Carol I from Bucharest, Romania (2019-2021). The most relevant domains of interest are:

Among her many publications are “Resilience and mentalities of teachers from Romania regarding the usage and efficiency of the eLearning” (2022), “Social Economy as Possible Solution for Social Inclusion and Combating Poverty in Romania” (2021), and “Opportunities for professional training and career development of specialists in the field of security studies and „social security” (social work) in Romania at bachelor’s degree level. A qualitative case study” (2020).

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