Vivian Anette Lagesen

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Prof. Vivian Anette Lagesen PHD
Professor in science and technology studies, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Professor in Science and Technology Studies

Vivian Anette Lagesen is a sociologist, professor in Science and Technology Studies and have published widely on gender, science and technology, and particularly on gender balance and inclusion of women to academia. Previous research includes learning and management of knowledge in software engineering, urban planning and consultant engineering. Her current research is on epistemic living spaces among university academics.


Country / Countries of Residence: Norway

Professional Background

Working Experience

Working experience in Gender Equality since:  1998

Professional Position / Role

Researcher / Scolar

Area of Expertise

Scientific expertise
Facilitation expertise

Sectors of Work Experience

Universities and Higher Education Sector

Additional Information

Online Visibility

Twitter ID: @GenderBalancing

Availability for Trainings

Availability for Training Formats ONLINE

Training Session (duration: half day up to two days)

Speaker in a webinar (duration: up to half day)

Target Groups

Decision-makers (middle management)
Decision-makers (top-level management)
Gender Equality activists / promoters
Gender Equality change agents
Gender Equality researchers / scholars
Staff assigned to recruitment procedures
Staff in charge of research planning and coordination / support to research projects
Team members of Gender Equality committees and / or working groups

Training Content Types

Gender+: Basic definitions and concepts
Gender Equality Plan: Introduction
Gender Equality Plan: Design and implementation
Gender Equality Plan: Monitoring and evaluation
Gender Equality Plan: Supporting change agents
Gender Equality in leadership and decision-making
Dealing with resistances to gender equality

Training Languages



Trainings held during the GE Academy project

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