Marta Ochman has a PhD in Social Sciences from Iberoamericana University. She got her undergraduate degree in Hispanic Studies at the University of Warsaw, and her master in Spanish Literature at the National University of Mexico. She is a full-time professor in the School of Government and Public Transformation and in the International Relations Department at the Tecnológico de Monterrey, State of Mexico campus, where she teaches courses on political theory (citizen participation, negotiation), and international policy (European studies). She is a level-I member of the National Researcher System. She wrote the book The Divided West: Bilateral Relations between the United States and Europe (Porrúa, ITESM-CEM, 2004) and The Reconfiguration of Citizenship. The Challenges of Globalism and Postmodernity (Porrúa, ITESM-CEM, 2006). She has been the coordinator of three books (Effective Negotiation: An Interdisciplinary Bet in an Interdependent World; Integration, Development and Inter-regionalism in the Relations between the European Union and Latin America; Analysis and Influence of Public Policy in Mexico), and has collaborated on several books and journals.
PhD in Social and Political Science, Iberoamericana University, Mexico.
Master in Spanish Literature, UNAM, Mexico.
Degree in Hispanic Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland.
Public Policies and Civil Society:
The Reconfiguration of Citizenship. The Challenges of Globalism and Post-modernism. (2006) Porrúa, Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Estado de México.
“Influence of the School Environment and of School Practices on Student Citizenship Competencies”. (2013), with Jesús Cantú, Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios Educativos, volumen XLIII, núm. 2, pp. 77-131.
“Systemization and Evaluation of Citizenship Competencies for Democratic Societies” (2013), with Jesús Cantú, Revista mexicana de Investigación Educativa, volumen XVIII, núm. 56, pp. 63-89.