Elections, 2022-2026

Dear Members of the Romanian Association for Baltic and Nordic Studies,

According to our statute the Romanian Association for Baltic and Nordic Studies is officially holding elections for its new leadership. Members of the coordination council (nine members), president, vice-president, secretary general, Head of the Section of Nordic Studies, Head of the Section of Baltic Studies, Head of Programs and Projects, and Head of Communication and International Relations are the positions up for vote.

Today is the first day of voting, and we rely on you to provide a few minutes of your time and vote for the candidates.
The candidates for the 2022–2024 Board are a distinguished group of experts eager to volunteer their time and knowledge to fill these leadership positions as follows:

Silviu Miloiu – President (P)
Bogdan Schipor – Vice-President (VP)
Crina Leon – Head of the Section of Nordic Studies (NS)
Adrian Vițalaru – Head of the Section of Baltic Studies (BS)
Andreea Dahlquist – Secretary-General (SG)
Costel Coroban – Head of Communication and International Relations (CIR)
Magdalena Ionescu – Head of Programs and Projects (PP)
Costel Coroban – Member of the Coordination Council
Andreea Dahlquist – Member of the Coordination Council
Adinel Dincă – Member of the Coordination Council
Sándor Földvari – Member of the Coordination Council
Crina Leon – Member of the Coordination Council
Silviu Miloiu – Member of the Coordination Council
Bogdan Schipor – Member of the Coordination Council
Mihai Razvan Ungureanu – Member of the Coordination Council
Adrian Vițalaru – Member of the Coordination Council

Voting is now ongoing on

https://www.opavote.com

and will conclude on May 25, 2022.



Cite this blog post
Silviu Miloiu (2022, May 21). Elections, 2022-2026. Baltic&Nordic Studies. Retrieved June 23, 2024, from https://balticnordic.hypotheses.org/9594

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