Tatiana Bajuk Senčar is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Slovenian Ethnology ZRC SAZU and an Assistant Professor at the New University, Faculty for Slovenian and International Studies. Her research interests cover two overlapping areas: sustainable development and Europeanization processes. Her recent work linked to sustainable development includes both basic and applied research centered on sustainable mobility in both urban and rural areas, and she has led the Slovene partnership in an EU project on rural sustainable mobility in the Slovene Alps. She has also examined Europeanization and EU integration processes as they manifest themselves through (cross) border development, mobility, and (transnational) professional identity formations. She has led four research projects and has collaborated on numerous others both in Slovenia and abroad. She is a member of the editorial board of the academic journal Traditiones and has been a guest editor of foreign scientific journals. She also collaborates with institutions, local organizations, and communities in the form of applied projects as well as formal and informal consulting.