Sara Serrate González
Doctorate with a European Mention from Salamanca University, a Degree in Social Education, a Degree in Psychopedagogy, a qualified expert in Education and Prevention in Matters of Domestic Abuse from the same university, with the award of the special degree prize (2010). She is currently working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Theory and History of Education at the Faculty of Social Sciences, as well as lecturing at the Faculties of Education and Law to undergraduates studying Social Work and Social Education, together with the Master’s on Advanced Studies in Education in the Global Society and Interdisciplinary Gender Studies. She has attended a number of national and international conferences and taught courses related to, among others, a social educator’s socio-educational involvement in emerging spaces. As a member of GIPEP, her research interests involve Social Pedagogy and Socio-educational Intervention, especially within the field of childhood in social and school settings. She also explores gender-related issues from her educational perspective, professional competencies, and adult education.