Siachou Evangelia

Siachou Evangelia, BA, MSc, Ph.D

Chairperson, Department of Language Studies and Coomunications, Associate Professor

Biography

Evangelia Siachou holds a Ph.D. in the field of Knowledge Management from Athens University of Economics and Business, a M.Sc. in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor’s degree in International and European Studies from Panteion University of Athens.

She has several years of experience teaching Human Resources and Management courses in both undergraduate and graduate programs. Additionally, she has specialized in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education.

In 2016, Dr. Siachou joined the Open University of Cyprus as Tutor and currently serves as Coordinator of the Managing Organisation Module in the MBA Program. In 2017, she also joined Liverpool University as Instructor and as of 2018 she serves as an honorary lecturer in the Management and Law Programs from which she received the Faculty Excellence Award (in 2019). As of Fall 2019, Dr. Siachou is also an adjunct faculty in the University of Athens MBA as well as in the Executive MBA Programs of the Department of Economics of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

She has also taught at Hellenic Open University and Hellenic American College in which in addition to her teaching duties she served in the administrative roles of Director of General Education & Academics and Coordinator of the Bachelor’s of Business Administration Program.

Her research work has been presented at various conferences including the Strategic Management Society, the European Academy of Management and the British Academy of Management. Dr. Siachou has been awarded twice with the Emerald Literati Award. In 2016 with the Highly Commended Paper Emerald Literati Network Award for Excellence and in 2019 with the Outstanding Paper Emerald Literati Network Award for Excellence. 

Her past work experience settings include the Strategic Planning Department of ATHOC 2004 (Olympic Games) as well as in the Human Resource Department of the Centre for Development of Enterprise (CDE) under the aegis of European Commission in Brussels.