Dr. Dalyot has multidisciplinary academic and professional background: starting with a BA in communication and international relations, an MA in Theory and Practice of Human Rights and ending with an MA and PhD in International Education Policy. Throughout her academic career, she has focused on several aspects of gender equality including a thesis on media representation of trafficking in women.
Keren has studied in Israel, England and the United States and brings with her this wealth of experience both in different educational systems and with cooperating with people from all around the globe. While conducting research for her PhD dissertation, she traveled to Ghana and met some extraordinary women working in the education system.
In addition, Keren also has college teaching experience in the areas of sociology of education and research methods.
In her rare free time she likes to read, cook and hike with her family.
She is joining the science and communication team to lead a research project on Risk Communication and Parents’ Perceptions of Non-Ionizing Radiation in Schools: The Case of Wi-Fi in Israeli Classrooms.