We are organizing a variety of social events to take place during the Congress. We are aiming to provide networking opportunities in a convivial atmosphere while providing a flavour of Scotland (including a dram of Whisky here and there).
The opening ceremony will be followed by a free reception where delegates can meet up with old acquaintances and make new ones.
On Thursday evening we have plans for an exciting social event at an interesting venue with a sampling of international cuisine and beverages. Details will be announced nearer the time. As a clue you might like to look up what a “Ceilidh” is and we might be borrowing something from the Scottish “Burns Night” celebrations traditionally held in January. You won’t have to wear a kilt (unless you want to) but there will be some traditional fun to be had, intriguing facts to discover as well as quiet spaces for those who prefer.
Attending EAWOP Congress for the first time can be daunting, particularly if you do not know any other delegates. We will be putting in place a support
network open to anyone who wants to meet others before and during the event. Watch this space for more details.
In addition to the more formal programme of papers and posters we are organizing a range of experiences including quiet spaces and exercise
classes (a recent BPS conference featured ballet). Keep looking for announcements.
The European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology exists to promote and support the development and application of Work and Organizational Psychology in Europe and to facilitate links between scientists and practitioners working in this field.
Its main strategic aims are to influence policy-making in academia and practice, increase practitioner engagement, and maintain a sustainable organization of the association.
The British Psychological Society is proud to host EAWOP 2022 in the wonderful city of Glasgow. Founded in 1901, the British Psychological Society is one of the oldest psychological societies in the world. It currently has over 70,000 members and continues to actively promote and develop psychology in all spheres of life.
The BPS Division of Occupational Psychology evolved from one of three sections set up in 1919 and its aim is to add value to the science of Occupational Psychology and to be the authoritative professional voice for Occupational Psychologists in the UK.