Ir a cuerpo Ir a Estudios, Gobernanza y organización
Logo UA
Curriculum breve
  JIMENEZ DELGADO, MARIA

Brief curriculum
JIMENEZ DELGADO, MARIA

Personal data

E-mail:
Tel. No.
+34 965903400 x 2502
Location:

Current professional activity

Academic background

  • Doctora en Sociología. Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado. Accesit Premio Victoria Kent de Investigación Feminista de la Universidad de Málaga
    Universidad de Alicante (30/03/2012)
  • LICENCIADA EN PSICOPEDAGOGÍA
    Universidad de Alicante (01/06/1999)
  • DIPLOMADA en PROFESORADO DE EDUCACIÓN GENERAL BÁSICA
    Universidad de Alicante (05/10/1988)

María Jiménez-Delgado graduated in Educational Psychology and is a doctor in Sociology, professor and person in charge of academic administration in the department of Sociology I, and researcher of the University of Alicante Institute for Gender Studies Research. Her works focus on gender, equality, immigration, multiculturalism and education. She is Research Director of the group OBSOEDU (Sociological Observatory of Education) at the UA. She was the principal researcher of the Research and Development Project “School success, equality and socio-labor insertion of the young Maghrebi women” (2013-2015). She takes part in the research project I+D+I, of the 2015 State Program of Research, Development and Innovation Turned toward the Challenges of the Society: “Prevention and improvement of gender violence in the gypsy people” (CSO2015-69504-R). She was awarded the second prize of the 23rd Victoria Kent Prize of feminist research of the University of Malaga (2013), for the work “‘I am myself’. The Maghrebi female students talk about themselves”. Extraordinary Doctorate Award: “The bridge generation: education of the young Moroccan females. A sociological study.”

 

She has been the co-founder of the “Fundación Alicante Acoge” that welcomes and integrates the immigrant population. She works on several educational projects with the children’s schools, primary schools and secondary schools of Alicante, especially in the Northern area, referring to the educational and social integration of the bridge generation: the children of immigrants. Likewise, she leads a research project on “Social networks and gender: Sexism in the use of social networks by teenagers.”