Connect, Engage, and Inform
The EASP has a number of channels by which it circulates information and news relevant to its members. Currently, these channels include the EASP Website, an email list (Mailserve), Twitter (@easpinfo), and the EBSP Newsletter (sent 2-3 times a year).
Depending on the type of information you provide, we typically distribute your information via the following channels:
|Type of information||Circulated via|
|Jobs offer (Early career and above)||W, M, T|
|PhD Studentships or other training opportunities||W, T|
|Call for papers - for upcoming meetings or conferences||W, M, T, N|
|Call for papers - for special journal issues||W, M, T, N|
|Call for unpublished data, e.g., for meta-analyses||M, T|
|Other calls or information relevant to EASP members||W, T, N|
W = Website, M = Mailserve, T = Twitter, N = EBSP Newsletter
Restrictions / Conditions
- We do not circulate attachments. A link to an externally hosted file is acceptable.
- Circulation via Mailserve is reserved for EASP members and will only be circulated if deemed to be of interest to the membership.
- Circulation does not imply that the content of the circulated information is endorsed either by the Association or by the Executive Committee.
What to send
Please send the information you would like us to circulate to email@example.com, using an attaching the PDF form below to your email. Clearly state an appropriate title, followed by the respective information.
Make sure that the information you would like us to circulate is relatively brief but with enough information to count as a stand-alone piece of information—a simple link to an online resource will not suffice. Moreover, please indicate via which channels you would like us to circulate the information (in line with the restrictions/channels listed above).
Depending on the circulation channel, attach any relevant logos and images. These should be provided in a reasonably high resolution (at least 800 x 600 pixels at 72 dpi). Make sure to respect copyright regulations and privacy laws (e.g., get permission from the owner or copyright holder and state the copyright and source in your email).