Kateryna Zarembo joined two panels on international relations and identities as a discussion participant and presenter of the new book.
“10 stories of women who break the profession’s stereotypes” – project of the Minor Academy of Science of Ukraine presenting 10 interviews of successful Ukrainian women in their fields.
Kateryna Zarembo participated in the 52nd Annual Conference, organized by the University Association for Contemporary European Studies, which took place in Lille (France).
On August 22nd, Kateryna Zarembo organized online writing training “How to write to catch attention”
Online training was a part of Kateryna’s volunteering activity as a fundraiser for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Italian radio station Radio Radicale launched a new morning broadcast dedicated to Ukrainian news and its discussion with public figures in the Ukrainian-Italian sphere.
On December 16, Kateryna Zarembo took part in the event for students “Working on the thesis is not fatal”
On December 16, Kateryna Zarembo was a speaker at the online event “Working on the thesis is not fatal” organised by the Ukrainian Catholic University.
Kateryna Zarembo received the Lviv – UNESCO City of Literature Award for the translation of Tony Judt’s “Postwar: A History of Europe Since 1945”
Kateryna Zarembo became a finalist of the Lviv – UNESCO City of Literature Award for the translation of the largest study of post-war Europe “Postwar. A History of Europe Since 1945”.
On October 13 in the Ye Bookstore , Kateryna Zarembo and the group of authors presented a “Policy Paper Writing Guide”
During the presentation, Kateryna Zarembo and a group of researchers spoke about the peculiarities of working on analytical text – from its design and purpose to the structure and impact assessment of the analytical product.
The host of the program Olga Maslova, a biologist and a science promoter, asked Kateryna Zarembo about the peculiarities of working as an analyst, her research projects, and her own path to science and analytics.
On September 19, Kateryna Zarembo took part in the discussion “This is not true: how Ukrainian women scientists refute stereotypes”
On September 19, at the Publishers’ Forum in Lviv, STEM is FEM project and the Vikhola Publishing House organized a discussion “This is not true: how Ukrainian women scientists refute stereotypes”.