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A Committee run by Students under the auspice of the FESN with the mission
Eligible Members of the Committee:
MSc, Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Students, Pre Doctoral Interns Invited from the FESN National Societies (7 Members in Total), FESN Members (3 Members in Total: one Council Member, one Management Committee Member, one Scientific Advisory Board Member). Number of Members: 10 (7 Students + 3 Members of the FESN for mentorship and guidance).
The FESN SLC does not need to contain one student per FESN member. The FESN SLC should not be formed on the rationale of a “Junior FESN”. A group of 7 students will allow to spread the work overload and also to achieve outcomes in a faster way.
How to Invite for Membership:
By invitation to the FESN National Societies to propose a student. Students interested in joining the SLC may apply to their national society. The SLC membership must be approved by the FESN Council Meetings (in person or via electronic communication).
FESN SLC Duration: 2 years, with the option of extension to another 2 years. Students should not be in the SLC for more than 4 years.
In order to elect a new member, Council members will be invited to suggest new candidates for the SLC. If students are interested in joining the SLC, they should contact their society or their council representative and apply. No more than 1 student from each country should be in the SLC.
Application should include:
Mission of the Committee:
Suggested FESN SLC initiatives:
FESN SLC Social Media:
|Event Coordinator||Filipa Sotero||Portugal|
|Digital Content Creator||Hande Musullulu||Turkey|
|Digital Content Creator||Zora Janke||Germany|
|Social Media Manager||Iria Megagianni||Greece|
|Global Engagement Representative||Flavia Loreto||United Kingdom|
|Scientific Advisory Board||Athanasia Liozidou||Greece|
|Scientific Advisory Board||Guy Vingerhoets||Belgium|
|Executive Secretary||Angelika Thoene-Otto||Germany|
|Webpage Task Force||Sandra Lettner||Austria|
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