American University of Central Asia - AUCA - OLGA YAROVA

 

Academic background: 

 

2004-2005       Master of Arts from Central European University, Department of Gender Studies.

 

2003-2004       Master of Arts in Psychology from Ivan Franko Lviv National University, Ukraine. Diploma with honors.

 

1999-2003       Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Ivan Franko Lviv National University, Ukraine. Diploma with honors.

 

 

Research interests:

 

Industrial and organizational psychology; Psychology of women and gender; Childhood development.

 

 

Conferences and seminars participation:

11/2013  International Conference "Building a Network  for a Better Future of Autistic  Children".

Presentation "Autism in Kyrgyzstan.  Experience of "Hand in Hand" Public Association  of parents of Children

with Autism". Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

 

05/2013  Conference "LENSES, PRISMS AND MIRRORS:

Zooming, Interpreting and Reflecting in Humanities and Social Sciences in Central Asia".

Presentation of the research "Work-home interactions, social support, work home culture

and demographic  characteristics among working people in Kyrgyzstan". Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

 

11/2012  Workshop "Montessori pedagogy" (November 19-23,2012)

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

 

10/2012  OSI HESP AFP Discipline Group Meeting. Presentation and round table discussion facilitation "Curriculum enrichment

trough partnership", Istanbul.

 

09/2007    Changing Europe Summer School “Crises and Conflicts in Eastern European                

States and Societies: Stumbling Blocks or Stepping Stones for Democratization?”

Warsaw, Poland

 

07/2007    Summer School “Gender under the influence of capitalism and globalization” 

Soros-Kyrgyzstan, Issyl-Kul               

 

08/2005    Workshop on Developments and the Patterns of Migration Processes.                              

Presentation: “The Impact of Migration of Ukrainian Women to Italy on Their Families in Ukraine”

Multicultural Center Prague, Czech Republic

 

 

 

Publications:

 

1. Yarova, O. (2006). The Impact of Migration of Ukrainian Women to Italy on Their Families in Ukraine in Szczepaniková, A., Čaněk, M. & J. Grill (Eds.), “Migration Processes in Central and Eastern Europe: Unpacking the Diversity”. Available at www.migrationonline.cz

 

2. Yarova, O. (2010). The Concept of the Family in the Life of Ukrainian Female Migrants: The case of Italy, LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

  

 

Academic courses taught:

 

  • Organizational Psychology (3 credits) - 3-level required course
  • Social Psychology (3 credits) - 2-level required course
  • Managerial Psychology (3 credits) - 3-level elective course
  • Developmental psychology (3 credits) - 2-level required course
  • General psychology (3 credits) - 1-level required course

 

American University of Central Asia
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Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic 720060

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