Dr. Sandy Schumann has been awarded a prize from the European Journal of Social Psychology for the best early career paper published in EJSP in the preceding year. The early career award goes to a paper whose first author is a researcher within three years of her or his doctoral degree. The paper, co-authored with Olivier Klein, is entitled "Substitute or stepping stone? Assessing the impact of low-threshold online collective actions on offline participation".
The editorial board stated that the work "exemplifies the kind of work that EJSP strives to publish in its relevance, theoretical grounding and methodological rigor".
Congratulations on this achievement!