Marta du Vall

Foundation “Women Scientist – Polish Women Scientist Network”

Poland, Krakow

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Marta du Vall, Ph.D., is a founder and the president of the board of “Women Scientist – Polish Women Scientist Network”, employed at the Faculty of Management and Social Communication, and a member of a team at Centre for Research on Multiculturalism, Minorities and Social Exclusion, Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Cracow University (Poland). Research interests: social movements, new media, gender in science and innovations. Selected publications: “Women scientists in Polish higher education system - problems and prospects” (2013), “Aequalitas” Krakow 2013, “New media at the cyber activists service” (2013), [in:] “Man Logged:  from hate speech to network integration”, ed. M. Wysocka-Pleczyk, B. Świeży, Jagiellonian University Krakow. 

 

Judyta Lubacha-Sember

Cracow University of Economics

Faculty of Economics and International Relations

Poland, Krakow

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Judyta Lubacha-Sember, PhD student at Faculty of Economics and International Relations, Cracow University of Economics, Poland. The winner of the special prize of Ministry of Regional Development in the 7th edition of the contest “Teraz Polska Promocja” for master thesis “The competitiveness of the swietokrzyski region”.

 

Magdalena Jaworek

Jagiellonian University

Institute of Economics and Management

Poland, Krakow

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Magdalena Jaworek, MA in Psychology (1999), and PhD in Management (2007), both at Jagiellonian University; scholarship holder of The Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (Sylff),2003; since 2012 a member of Polish Organizational Psychology Association, a partner of European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). Research interests: antecedents and consequences of burnout syndrome, workaholism, and work engagement; work value system; psychological differencess between women and men in work field, especially in creativie thinking. Selected publication (co-author): “Discrepancy between individual and organizational values: Occupational burnout and work engagement among white-collar worker”, International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 43 (3) 2013, 225-231.

 

Krystian Gurba

Jagiellonian University

Institute of Economics and Management

Poland, Krakow

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Krystian Gurba, MA, is a Ph.d. candidate at the Institute of Economy and Management, Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland). Graduated from Law at the Jagiellonian University, Kraków. Innovation specialist and IP lawyer since 2006 at the Centre for Innovation, Technology Transfer and University Development (Jagiellonian University), responsible for enhancing cooperation of university and business and intellectual property management. Participant of research programmes, like: “Design of Scenarios Trends Development of selected Information Society Technologies until 2025” (EU Structural Funds Grant, 2010-2012). Selected publication: “Role of universities in the high-technology clusters”, 2012, Scientific Papers of the Faculty of Management of the Gdansk University.

 

Katarzyna Białek

University of Warsaw, The Robert B. Zajonc Institute for Social Studies

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Katarzyna Białek is Ph.D. student at the Robert B. Zajonc Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw (Poland).

Participant of following research programmes: “Innovative Gender as a New Source of Progress” (Norwegian EEA and Polish Government Grant, 2013-2016); COMPETE – Civilization Competences and Sustainable Development in Polish Regions (EEA and Norway Grants and Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland, 2009-2012).

Selected publications: „Pracujący na własny rachunek i osoby pracujące – raport z badania” (2011),

’’Gender Inequalities in Polish Regions” (2009).

 

Justyna Wojniak

Ph.D in political science (Jagiellonian University), assistant professor in the Department of History of Education of the Pedagogical University of Cracow, member of the board of the Foundation “Women Scientists” – Polish Women Scientist Network. Scientific interests: educational policies of the EU, information and communication technologies in education, gender inequalities in education. Selected publications: Textbook vision of the world and social reality. Creating images of gender in the context of literary and cultural education in primary school, “Aequalitas”, Krakow 2012, Member States' Policies and Legal Instruments of the European Union for Gender Equality in Education, Krakow 2013.

 

Olga Zajkowska

Olga Zajkowska- PhD Candidate at Faculty of Applied Informatics and Mathematics Warsaw University of Life Sciences.
 
Wystąpienia w ramach Innogend:
1) "Policies toward innovation and entrepreneurship in Europe - do they address gender?" (with B. Liberda) at: “Innovative society – a gender approach. Lessons from Scandinavian 'good practices'” organizowanych wHalden przez Østfold University College, 21-22.05.2015
2) "Policies toward innovation and entrepreneurship in Europe - do they address gender?" at: GRAPE internal seminar, 15.05.2015
 
Working papers:
"Policies toward innovation and entrepreneurship in Europe - do they address gender?" (B. Liberda and O. Zajkowska