Cathrine Hasse

Professor

Cathrine Hasse
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Cathrine Hasse has a long expertise in studying innovation and culture in organizations with a special focus on universities as workplaces. Her training as a cultural psychologist and anthropologist and her main study object (natural science education) have through many years of academic work steadily increased her insight in a wide variety of university disciplines. In recent years these insights have been contextualized by knowledge of international university policies in her capacity as coordinator of an EU-project and through her placement in several advisory boards and as former member of the board of the Danish University of Education. She has contributed as an evaluator of several university disciplines (including the interdisciplinary structures at Linköping University). Her present academic work is concentrated on how employee driven innovation is affected by new technologies such as workplace robots. She did her PhD. on "cultural learning processes" in a physics institute where she followed a group of young male and female physicists' students in their first years of study. This project developed into a longitudinal study. She has followed the same group of students for more than 6 years. In her next project The Cultural Dimensions of Science she compared university institutions in Denmark and Italy and after this project she became the co-coordinator of an EU project, financed by EU 6th framework programme, UPGEM (Understanding Puzzles in the Gendered European Map), which compared university institutions, workplace cultures and gender relations in Denmark, Italy, Estonia, Finland and Poland. In her research work she takes a special interest in the relations between learning, gender and education and workplace cultures - especially in workplaces including University Colleges and Academia in general. She is presently the coordinator of a project on the relation between workplace learning and technological literacy funded by the Danish Strategic Research Council. She is the author of several books on education and methodology, and has an international as well as Danish bulk of peer-reviewed journal articles in her portfolio, just as she is an active conference speaker on a number of conferences including conferences with broad interests in the development of teaching, learning, science and technology as well as universities and university disciplines.

Key Competences

  • - Cultural learning processes
  • - Relational zones of proximal development in developing innovation from creativity
  • - Culture-historical activity theory
  • - Expansive learning
  • - Cultural models motivation and emotions
  • - Comparative university work place research
  • - Gender research
  • - STS-research
  • - Cultural psychology
  • - Cultural perception
  • - Creativity
  • - Competency
  • - Education research

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Languages
  • Reading, speaking, writing: English and Italian
  • Reading, speaking: German and French

 

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