Maryna is a doctoral research fellow in the Yehuda Elkana Center for Higher Education (Public Policy track). The preliminary title for her dissertation is ‘Universities: Local Agents of Global Changes. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as a Policy Framework for Higher Education.’ By scrutinizing the SDGs from both actional and ideational perspectives, she aims to contribute to higher education policy by pointing to the existence of a new and consequential, although unexpected, global policy framework.
Prior to undertaking her PhD, Maryna was awarded a DAAD postgraduate MA scholarship in Germany, where she also worked as a research assistant at the University of Augsburg. She earned a BA degree with honors at Charles University in Prague and also spent a year studying and working at the University of Kent in the UK.
2020/2021(Winter Semester) Teaching Assistant - Field Research and Qualitative Data Analysis (Department of Political Science, Central European University)
2020/2021(Fall Semester) Teaching Assistant - Process Tracing (Department of Political Science, Central European University)