Miruna Bivol

I hold a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology from UAM (2021), and a Master’s degree in Psychology Research from UNED (2023). I am currently developing my PhD as a member of the Gender and ICT research group at UOC with an FPI scholarship granted by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation in the framework of the HORIGESTEM project.

I have experience teaching coexistence (or convivencia) improvement workshops to teachers and training teenagers in the Alumnado Ayudante program and in the EQUIPAR program in schools in the Community of Madrid. I also have experience as a research technician in regional projects such as Strengthening social Support systems for migrant and Refugee adolescents in secondary Education (SURE), funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation (ref. PID2021-126886OA-I00), in international consultancy projects (PAHO-PLH project: Supporting parents and caregivers: A mapping and scoping review of experiences in Latin America and the Caribbean), and in parenting programmes for improving adolescent psychosocial wellbeing and development (A systematic review, United Nations Children’s Fund Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean, UNICEF-LACRO).



Email: mbivol@uoc.edu


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