Zumrad Kataeva, PhD

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Dr. Zumrad Kataeva is an Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Education and holds a Ph.D. degree in Studies in Higher Education from the University of Kentucky, USA. Prior to her current appointment, she worked at the Institute of Education of the National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia, where she was a part of the international project on 25 Years of Transformations of Higher Education in Post - Soviet Countries. Dr. Kataeva is an alumnus of the Doctoral Fellowship Program of the Open Society Foundations (OSF) and served as an educational researcher for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), UNICEF, and the World Bank. Dr. Kataeva is fascinated with learning how higher education systems of former Soviet countries respond to Post-Soviet transformations and globalization and how policies, reforms, and challenges of higher education affect the professional lives of faculty members. One of her important research areas is the relationship between gender equality and education and gender mainstreaming in higher education.   

Education: 

Ph.D., Studies in Higher Education, University of Kentucky, USA

Candidate of Science degree, Economics, Tajik Technical University, Tajikistan

Research areas: 

  • Higher education transformations in Eurasia/Post-Soviet states including historical dimensions, institutional diversification, access and admission, organizational changes and governance 
  • Gender equality and education including STEM
  • Academic profession, faculty work life and professional growth
  • Contribution of higher education to society and university third mission
  • Educational policy

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