Magdalena Żadkowska, (female), PhD, Assistant Professor in Sociology Institute at University of Gdansk, Academic teacher, focused on women and men carriers in STEM, diversity management, intimate relations and gender studies. Cooperates in international research projects with Norway, USA, Canada, UK, Italy, Romania, Chile and France. She obtained PhD in Sociology, Nicolaus Coperinicus University, MA in Sociology, University of Gdansk, Poland, MA in Cultural Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland. Expert in gender relations and status quo for: (1) Community of Practice (On the Way to Gender Equality – Community of Practice for Gender Equality in Central and Eastern Europe) of ActProject under grant agreement No 788 204 (introducing Mamorandum of Understanding for establishing Communities of PrACTice for advancing gender equality in RPOs and RFOs across Europefor at UG), (2) Gender Academy European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824585, (3) National Researcher for Gender-Sensitive Parliaments – EU 28 assessment. Principle Investigator for Till death do us part... Everyday life practices of 50-64 years old couples with at least 20 years’ of common life experience, NCN SONATA BIS. Member of projects: (1) Trust across borders: State institutions, families and child welfare services in Poland and Norway, funded by the EEA bi- lateral fund Poland, working together for a green, competitive and inclusive Europe; (2) Toward Gender Harmony – Understanding the Relationship between Masculinity Threat and Gender Equality Across Cultures. NCN HARMONIA, UMO-2017/26/M/HS6/00360; (3) Gender equality in Starbios 2 (Horizon 2020), Structural Transformation to Attain Responsible BIOSciences, (4) WLB_GE „Socio-cultural and Psychological Predictors of Work-Life Balance and Gender Equality- Cross-Cultural Comparison of Polish and Norwegian Families”.
Co-author of the report on the role of Women in Science.