Research & Scoping Awards 2016

Announcement on Thursday 8 December 2016 at 1400

The Society received a particularly high number of proposals this year, with many excellent and well-designed potential research projects. Following a thorough peer review process, and meeting of the Award Review Panel on November 16th, the Society is delighted to confirm funding of up to £10,000 for each of the following six research proposals:

Research Awards 2016
Senior Professional Leaders in Higher Education: The Role of Prestige
by Kelly Coate & Camille Kandiko Howson, King’s College, London.
Developing entrepreneurial capabilities for the global labour market: A cross national study of IT students in the UK and Australia
by Margaret Hamilton, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia, Cate Gribble also RMIT, and Sally Smith, Edinburgh Napier University.
Exploring LGBTQ diversity in Higher Education: Extending research into LGBTQ student experience
by Michael Keenan, Nottingham Trent University.
Migrant Academics and Professional Learning Gains: Perspectives of the Native Academics
by Ian Kinchin, University of Surrey, Namrata Rao, Liverpool Hope University, and Anesa Hosein, University of Surrey.
Supervision of professional doctoral students: investigating pedagogy for supporting critical voice and theorisation
by Nick Pratt, Plymouth University and Julie Shaughnessy, University of Roehampton.
How are cultures of feedback practice shaped by accountability and quality assurance agendas?
by Naomi Winstone, University of Surrey.
 
Scoping Awards 2016
Students' emotional response to feedback on their progress using learning analytics dashboards
by Liz Bennet, University of Huddersfield
The pedagogy of social science research methods textbooks: a scoping study
by Sarah Lewthwaite, University of Southampton
Exploring brokerage activities between Life Science research and teaching communities in UK Higher Education Institutions
by Anne Tierney, Edinburgh Napier University

As the funding available to support research and scoping projects is strictly limited, we would like to thank the many Society members and Scoping Award entrants for the time and care taken in putting together so many fascinating proposals.

We have provided constructive, individual feedback to all entrants whose proposals we were unable to fund, which will hopefully help refine these proposals and potentially find alternative sources of funding.



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