The Advisory Group
Dr. Elisabetta Addis, Department of Economics, Business and Regulation, Università degli Studi di Sassari. Her research interests include gender and excellence, and she is the leading author of two recent EU reports on the subject.
Prof. Barbara Bagilhole, Social Policy and Equal Opportunities at Loghborough University. She has been an active member of the Athena network, a member of advisory boards of several 6th framework projects on women scientists and board member of several associations working for gender balance in research.
Prof. Kjell Bratbergsengen, professor of database systems at Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He is also an active member of the Committee for Gender balance in Research under the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research.
Prof. David Collinson, Leadership and Organization at the School of Management.at Lancaster University. he has conducted empirical research on leadership and management practices within diverse private and public sector organisations. He has contributed to a number of standard reference volumes on gender in organizations and on masculinities.
Prof. Gabriele Griffin, Women’s Studies at the University of York. Her research focuses on Women’s Studies as a discipline and women’s contemporary cultural production.
Dr. Liisa Husu, Linköping and Örebro University, Sweden. She has been actively involved in national and international initiatives related to gender equality in science and academia since the early 1980s, and in several European Commission Women in Science activities
Prof. Patricia Yancey Martin, Sociology at Florida State University. She has studied organizational process, gender relations and identity since 1990’s and was one of the first scholars to study men in organizational settings and interactions. She has been visiting professor in several European universities.
Prof. Mustafa Ozbilgin, Human Resource Management at the Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia (UK). His research focuses on equality, diversity and inclusion at work from comparative and relational perspectives.
Dr. Maria Palasik is head of Research Department at the Historical Archives of the Hungarian State Security. She had been an Associate Professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics for over 20 years; and Jean Monnet Professor of European Studies since 2004; has been a scientific coordinator of various European Working Groups on the topic of women’s participation in Science, Engineering and Technology.
Prof. Teresa Rees, School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University where she has recently served a six year term as Pro Vice Chancellor. Her research focuses on gender mainstreaming and she is a long term expert adviser for the Research Directorate-General of the European Commission on women and science policy.
Prof. Eileen M. Trauth, Information Sciences & Technology at the Pennsylvania State University. Her research is concerned with societal, cultural and organizational influences on the information technology professions with a special focus on the role of diversity and social inclusion..