Dr Gosia Mikolajczak

PhD Social Psychology
Research Fellow

Areas of expertise

  • Industrial And Organisational Psychology 170107
  • Social And Personality Psychology 5205
  • Gender Psychology 520502

Research interests

Dr Gosia Mikolajczak is a Research Fellow at the Global Institute for Women's Leadership. Her research focuses on gender and gender-related policies, well-being of vulnerable groups, ideology, and social change.

Biography

Gosia completed her PhD in Social Psychology at the University of Warsaw. Before joining the ANU, she worked at the University of Melbourne and La Trobe University.

 

Researcher's projects

Investing in Women: Inclusive, Sustainable Economic Recovery, Abt Assoc & Department of Foreing Affairs and Trade, $1.1 million, with E. Stephenson (CI), M. Ryan, Global Institute for Women's Leadership (2023-2028)

Report on the WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality citation, Workplace Gender Equality Agency, $47,729, with M.Glennie (CI), M. Ryan, E. Stephenson, Global Institute for Women's Leadership (2022)

Evaluation Framework for Women in Leadership Programs, Office for Women, Victoria, $45,000, with E. Stephenson (CI), M. Ryan, V. Sojo, (2022)

Women in Local Government: Understanding their Political Trajectories, ARC Linkage Project (LP190101189), $227,010, with A. Carson (CI), L. Ruppanner (2020-2024).

 

 







Projects and Grants

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