Research Awards - 2018

The following proposals were the winners of the 2018 SRHE Research Awards and the final reports from these projects will appear below:


Debbie Jones & Mark Jones, Swansea University

Debbie Jones, Swansea University
Mark Jones, Swansea University

PDF Understanding Aspiration and Education towards Diversion and Desistance from Offending: The Role of Higher Education in Wales

Richard Budd, Liverpool Hope University
Richard Budd, Liverpool Hope University
PDF The ‘3-D University’? How do organisational culture, social composition, and geography mediate the Student Experience?

Holly Henderson, University of Nottingham
  Ann-Marie Bathmaker, University of Birmingham
Holly Henderson, University of Nottingham
Ann-Marie Bathmaker, University of Birmingham
PDF Local Higher Education in a global marketplace: Everyday mobility and local capital in island Higher Education


William Hunt, University of Warwick
William Hunt, University of Warwick
PDF Participation in paid, unpaid and 'hidden' internships at six months after graduation: Are some graduates excluded?


Marcellus Mbah, Nottingham Trent University   Ane Turner Johnson, Rowan University
Marcellus Mbah, Nottingham Trent University
Ane Turner Johnson, Rowan University
PDF A determination of how African academics understand and maximise the existing and potential role of indigenous knowledge and practices within their community-based research: Profiling the ecologically minded university and its contribution to sustainable development

Richard Waller, University of the West of England.
PDF White working class young men’s engagement with higher education: Accessing voices of the ‘hard to reach’ and (frequently) ‘left behind’ - Report To Follow


The following three proposals were 2018 Scoping Award winners and the final reports from these projects are available below:

Mi Young Ahn, Bangor University

Mi Young Ahn, Bangor University

PDF Students’ sense of belonging in higher education: the impacts of social class, locality and institutional habitus

Terry Hanley, University of Manchester

Terry Hanley, University of Manchester

PDF The use of computer meditated technology to support students’ mental health and wellbeing in Higher Education settings

Riikka Hofmann, University of Cambridge
PDF A scoping review to investigate the models and measures of learning outcomes used in research on professional skills development in technology-enhanced simulations-based medical education - Report To Follow

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