Dr. Anouk Jasmine AlbienExtraordinary and Emeritus Professors, and Research Associates
Dr. Anouk Jasmine Albien is a career psychology researcher based at the Psychology Department in the work and organizational Division at the University of Bern, Switzerland and is a research fellow at Stellenbosch University. She has expertise in both quantitative and qualitative research and aims to contribute to advancing the career-life course development of children, adolescents, youth and adults in marginalised contexts to create new career-life narratives that transcend vulnerability and foster resilience.
She has a keen interest in contributing to career psychology research that will understand decisions to migrate and facilitate migrant career adjustment, as well as to examine changes in the world-of-work that manifest in agile working practises and management strategies. Anouk has received several awards based on consistent academic excellence, of which the most recent are selection to the Emerging Psychologists Programme at the International Congress of Psychology (2021), the European Commission Seal of Excellence for her Marie Curie Research Proposal (2020), Academy of Management Career Division Outstanding Reviewer Award (2019), Completion of the prestigious COMET Career Programme for female academic leaders at the University of Bern (2019/20), and the Early Career Researcher’s award from the European Society for Vocational Designing and Career Counselling (ESVDC) as the first African to receive this award (2018).
As a proud Alumni of the European Doctoral Programme in Career Guidance and Counselling (ECADOC) programme, she has a keen interest in sustaining the success of the ECADOC summer school as ECADOC Programme Manager. Her future aims are to foster further initiatives to facilitate international research collaborations and skill transfer in the field of career psychology and vocational guidance globally.
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