Claudio, Jessica Sandra

Jesse is a Lecturer at the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and a Research Associate at the Institute of Philippine Culture, where she handles an ASEAN-level project on health technologies (or eHealth) and the second phase of the WECaN (eTURO Webinar Series on Engaging Communities and Networks) Project. As further practice of her profession, Jesse also has 8 years of quantitative and qualitative research experience in impact assessment and monitoring and evaluation. She has worked for government agencies, private companies, and international and local organizations. She was also part of the team that conducted a study on “Mainstreaming Gender and Diversity in the Loyola Schools” which looked at the perspectives, practices, and prospects of Ateneo de Manila students, faculty members, and employees on gender and sexuality. The study was done to strengthen gender policies in the Loyola Schools. This study served as a one of the foundations of the Loyola Schools Code of Practice against Sexual Harassment. Jesse finished her undergraduate degree in Sociology in 2011 at the University of the Philippines-Diliman (cum laude) and her master’s degree in Sociology in 2018 at the Ateneo de Manila University. She was awarded the 2019 Outstanding Graduate Research Award for her master’s thesis on “Framing Processes in Social Movements: The Case of the Reproductive Health Debate in the Philippines”.
Part Time
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Undergraduate Courses:
SA 21 : Introduction to Sociology and Anthropology
SA 140 : Inequalities of Class, Race, and Gender in the Philippines
SocSc 12 : The Contemporary World
Socio 192.1 : Statistical Analysis for the Social Sciences
Socio 193.1 : Quantitative Methods: Social Survey

Graduate Courses: 
Socio 293.1 : Fundamental Statistics

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