Sarah Croché is professor at the University Picardie Jules Verne in France.
She is doctor in political and social sciences (Catholic University of Louvain, 2009) and doctor in educational sciences (University Lyon II, 2009). She was researcher at the Catholic university faculties of Mons (FUCaM) from 2004 to 2009, postdoctoral researcher for the national fund for scientific research (FNRS) at the Catholic university of Louvain in Belgium from 2009 to 2012.
Her research field concern :
-the effect of the sustainable development goals on the educational systems;
-the European construction in education and global governance;
-the policies of education (and especially the restructuration of higher education in Europe and Africa);
-the truth discourses in competition (the link between religion and science in Africa);
-Foucault theory, ANT.
Tobie jonckheere award (2012) from the Royal Academy of Belgium; French-speaking communities award for young researcher (2015) from the AUF (Francophone Universities Association)