Cristobal Madero

Ph.D. student, education

Cristobal Madero is a Jesuit (member of the Society of Jesus), a sociologist and a theologian, currently pursuing a Ph.D. in educational policies and organizations at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Education. Before initiating these studies, Madero received a Fulbright scholarship; sponsored by the Council for the Science and Technology, he taught philosophy, theology, and social sciences for ten years in high schools in Chile. Madero’s research focuses on in-service teacher’s motivation, teacher’s callings and Catholic education. He has published in the International Journal of Sociology of Education, the Catholic Education Journal of Inquiry and Practice, the International Studies in Catholic Education, Revista Mexicana de Investigacion en Educacion, and Revista Pensamiento Educativo.