The FP7 project implemented by the Centre for Social Management and Community Development
 
UAIC Project Coordinator
Doina Balahur
Prof. univ. dr. Doina BALAHUR
Professor, PhD, Department of Sociology and Social Work, CSMCD
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FP7European Commission, Directorate General for Research and Innovation, FP7-SCIENCE-IN-SOCIETY 2011-1, STAGES, Structural Transformation to Achieve Gender Equality in Science (SiS.2011.2.1.1.-1)

Project co-funded by the General Inspectorate for relations with the European Union of the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance (IGRUE).

Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance
UAIC Research Group on Gender Equality in Science

UAIC Research Group on Gender Equality in Science is a multidisciplinary research team set up within the frame of the STAGES project in order to conduct scientific studies and evaluations on Gender Equal Opportunities in Romanian educational and research institutions, particularly at the UAIC (see the main objectives, research group members, research and publications).

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"Gender Equality in Science" -
a theme for PhD studies


Cover women technological Since 2013, "Gender Equality in Science" is a theme for PhD studies at the UAIC. Prof. dr. Doina Balahur, scientific coordinator for PhD in Sociology, announced the topics and the bibliography for 2014 candidates competition. As for 2013, the research will be carried out in cooperation with the FP7 European project STAGES at the UAIC. (more info here).

Timeline of STAGES Project activities at UAIC



19 December 2015

Course on 'Gender in Science' at the Doctoral School

(UAIC, ROMTEL Building, Room 306)
Gender in Science Gender in Science Gender in Science

A new edition of the course on “Gender and Science: Interdisciplinary perspectives on sex and gender” has been jointly organized by the UAIC-STAGES project and the Doctoral School of the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Political Sciences. This thematic series has been initiated last year by Prof. Dr. Doina Balahur and it is also planned to be continued in the doctoral study programme next years. The four hours course presented by Prof. Balahur has given an overview on the interdisciplinary approaches on sex and gender, based on relevant research and studies (as for example, Gendered innovations. How Gender analysis contributes to research, published by European Commission in 2013, and Gendered Research & Innovation, edited by the League of European Research Universities - LERU in 2015) as well as the own experience of the UAIC-STAGES project. The course also introduced the topic of Responsible Research and Innovation and emphasized its main dimensions, including gender implications in the research content, methods and applications, in order to acknowledge and illustrate how relevant is the gender for research and why it should be taken into consideration at any stage of the scientific research, beginning with hypotheses, research design, team building, data collection, analysis and interpretation, and evaluation of the impact. The course has been attended by 16 PhD students in Sociology, Political Sciences and Communication Sciences.

21 December 2015

Grants opportunities for young women in science

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L'Oreal Romania and UNESCO have recently launched, for the seventh consecutive year, the national scholarship programme "For Women in Science". The program offers support for national scientific community by providing two scholarships for young researchers in the fields of life sciences and physical sciences. The scholarships are available for researchers aged up to 35 years old who are either PhD students or obtained a PhD title and follows a postgraduate programme in an accredited higher education institution in Romania. Each grant will be a source of financing a research project conducted for ten months in a research institution in Romania. More information about the file application that has the deadline on 20 February 2015 at: http://cnr-unesco.ro/ro/anexe-loreal-a-saptea-editie/. The young researchers from Romania have also opportunity to study in France for 12 months as a Master student or a PhD student. On 15 December 2015, the Embassy of France in Romania launched a new call for the Programme of Scholarships offered by the French Government. The programme “Bourses d’étude et de recherché en France” was initiated in 1986 and more than 4000 Romanian students have benefited by far. The deadline for applications is 28 February 2016. More info at: www.institutfrancais.ro.

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