Joyce Anthonia Ojokojo

Joyce Anthonia Ojokojo

Administrative Assistant

Faculty of Health and Social Sciences
Department of Optometry, Radiography and Lighting Design
Campus Kongsberg ()
I am a Social and Cultural Psychologist specializing in the Psychology of Global Mobility, Diversity, & Inclusion in society. I have a research and project management background and support coordination of the I-Merse Research Group, including the Equitable, Inclusive, and Human-Centered XR Project (XR4Human) by Horizon Europe.

Responsibilities

  • Supporting the coordination of I-Merse Research Group, including XR4Human 
  • Grant writing, budget drafts, financial tracking, a compilation of deliveries to grant agencies
  • Write, edit and file reports, and manage calendars and travel arrangements
  • Managing external/external communication and multi-channel project accounts

Competences

  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Cross-cultural Research and Interventions
  • Intercultural Competence Training Management
  • Mental health, Gender, and Intimate Partner Violence
  • Norwegian Health and Social services systems
  • Project Management, Human Resources, and Administration

CV

Utdanning:

  • 2018 – 2020: Joint Erasmus Mundus Master's in the Psychology of Global Mobility, Inclusion & Diversity in Society, University of Oslo, University of Limerick, Ireland, University Institute of Lisbon, & Koç University, Turkey. 
  • 2009–2014 BSc Psychology (Major Organizational Psychology), Lagos State University, Lagos, Nigeria

Arbeidserfaring:

  • 2022–present: Administrative Assistant, USN
  • 2021–2022: Researcher, University of Oslo
  • 2021–2022: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Specialist, EU | Erasmus + Student & Alumni Alliance (ESAA)
  • 2019–2021: Project Support Specialist, Mental health & Human Rights Info, Oslo
  • 2015–2018: Project Manager, Society for Community Development, Nigeria

Publications

Ojokojo, J. A. (2020). Not Real Rape? Predictors of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence and Attitudes Towards the# Metoo Movement in Nigeria and Norway (Master's thesis).