BA, Political Science, University of London, UK; MA, Communication and Media, National Kapodistrian University of Athens; PhD, Communication and Media, National Kapodistrian University of Athens
Katerina Diamantaki is a member of the Deree Communication faculty, teaching graduate courses in communication theory, new media theory and research, applied communication theory, advertising theory and digital public relations, as well as undergraduate courses in research methodology and advertising. Her scholarly expertise focuses primarily on New Media Theory & Research, but expands to other areas such as strategic communication, political communication, persuasion, audience research and memory/space studies. She has participated in numerous research projects covering a wide range of topics, such as media representations, science communication, educational technologies, online political communication, locative media, the adaptive web, user experience, and the Internet of Things. She served as Independent Expert in Community-building for the EU-Community project (7th Framework of the European Commission) for five years and is currently the National Representative (for Greece) for WAPOR, the World Association for Public Opinion Research. Dr. Diamantaki also has extensive professional experience, having worked as a communications specialist for the European Parliament, the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and other social, political and scientific organizations.