Appointment as Research Associate of the European Research Centre for Economic and Financial Governance EURO-CEFG, a joint research centre of Leiden University, Delft University and Erasmus Rotterdam University, the Netherlands
The School of Law is happy to announce the appointment of Prof. Stéphanie Laulhé Shaelou, Professor of European Law and Reform and Head, School of Law, UCLan Cyprus, as Research Associate at the prestigious European Research Centre for Economic and Financial Governance EURO-CEFG, a joint interdisciplinary and interuniversity Research Centre of Leiden University, Delft University and Erasmus Rotterdam University in the Netherlands. EURO-CEFG brings together an international network of leading researchers from different academic disciplines linked to economic, monetary and financial governance (see http://www.euro-cefg.eu/euro-cefg), ensuring global reach and impact.
Prof. Stéphanie Laulhé Shaelou is actively involved in research and knowledge transfer in Europe with expertise on multiple aspects of European law in an interdisciplinary setting, with a particular focus on the financial crisis and fundamental rights in times of crisis. She is the author of numerous peer reviewed research outputs, holds key academic appointments and memberships, enjoys international collaborations and peer esteem activities and is the recipient of European research funds, all in the field of European law with a particular emphasis on modern challenges to fundamental rights (crisis, privacy). From 2014 to 2017 she was the Module Leader and Academic Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module entitled “The Law of Financial and Economic Governance in the EU”, School of Law, UCLan Cyprus, co-funded by the European Union (see http://www.uclancyprus.ac.cy/en/research/jean-monnet-module/). Being a certified mediator and co-founder of a non-profit organisation ICLAIM (www.iclaimcentre.org), she significantly contributes through her research, innovation and entrepreneur work to economic, social, community or cultural engagement projects and continuous professional development (CPD), including with policy-makers and professionals, both in Cyprus and in the rest of Europe.