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  • 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)
    Universidad de Alicante (01/06/1999)
    Universidad de Alicante (05/10/1988)

María Jiménez-Delgado is a doctor of Sociology (extraordinary prize), professor, director of the Department of Sociology I and researcher of the Institute of Research of Gender Studies of the University of Alicante. His main topics of research are gender, inequality, immigration, multiculturalism, teacher training and education. She is founder and director of the research group OBSOEDU (Sociological Observatory of Education). She is also the director of the INEGEC network of Educational Innovation whose objective is to research to improve teaching in higher education by encouraging debate and exchange of ideas among the university community from an intercultural and interdisciplinary perspective.

Principal researcher (IP) in the R&D Projects “Identities of Muslim youth in the city of Alicante: gender, education and citizenship (MUGEC)” (GV / 2017/169) and “School success, equality and social inclusion - Labor of young women of Maghreb origin ”. He is currently participating in two European projects: “Educational needs of teachers in the EU for Inclusive Education in a context of diversity” (INNO4DIV) (JRC / SVQ / 2019 / MVP / 1556) and “An innovative, student-centered approach to intercultural skills acquisition for students and young migrants ”(2018-1-CY01-KA203-046923).

He has participated in the R&D research project of the State Program for Research, Development and Innovation Oriented to the Challenges of the Society 2015: Prevention and overcoming of gender violence in the Roma people ”(CSO2015-69504-R ), and in the European project Promoting Migration Studies in Higher Education (PROMIG).

He has received the second prize of the XXIII Victoria Kent Prize for feminist research from the University of Malaga (2013). Member of the Spanish Federation of Sociology (FES) and the European Sociological Association (ESA). Organizer since 2013 of the Conference of Sociology of Education at the University of Alicante.

She has completed a postdoctoral stay at the Université du Quebec â Montrál (UQÂM) in Montreal (Canada) in 2018. She has been a visiting professor at the Fernando Pessoa University in Porto (Portugal), at the Russian-Arminan University (RAU) in Yerevan ( Armenia), at the Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University in Tbilisi (Georgia) and at Khazar University in Baku (Azerbajyan).

He has participated in numerous National and International Congresses, with more than forty scientific communications, among which the ESA Congresses in Turin, Prague and Manchester, of the International Sociological Association (ISA) in Vienna and Toronto, the FES Congresses and others referred to educational and migratory issues. As a result of the research activity, he has published more than thirty articles and book chapters in publishers and journals such as Routledge and Springer, Convergencia, Social Sciences Magazine, Social Prism, Ibero-American Journal of Education (RIE), Journal of the Association of Sociology of Education (RASE), Feminismo/s or Papeles de Population.