Current and recently completed projects of group members Current and recently completed projects of group members

David Aldous (with Rebecca Westrup).
A case study in understanding and developing research identities within the FE-HE community

EDU Priming Research Fund, completed June 2012. 

Edmund Barker (PGR  student)
Moments of vocational transitions: the corporal and transitional processes that mediate the futures of performing arts and sport students
(on-going, 
PhD project)
 
Julie Bounford (PGR student)
Academics' perceptions and experience of community.
 
Geoff Hinchliffe (PI) and Adam Longcroft. Employer Conceptions of Graduate Employability, ESC, HEA 2009.
A study of local employers aimed at deepening understandings of employability.
 
Geoff Hinchliffe - UEA Teaching Fellowship:
Capabilities in the Curriculum.
The research is being conducted by two lecturers in AHP and HIS. Hinchliffe initiated the project and acts as adviser (on-going).
 
Yann Lebeau (with Vassiliki Papatsiba)
Changing patterns of collaboration in European social science research.
University of Sheffield/European Re-integration Grant (on-going 2011-1014). 
 
Yann Lebeau (with Rocio Grediaga, Etienne Gerard,  Carolina Cañibano)
The internationational mobility of Mexican students. Implications for national development. 
CONACYT (Mexican national Research Council, on-going  2012 -1015).
 
Spyros Themelis
University student protests in Greek Higher Education
(with Prof. Joyce Canaan, Birmingham City University).On-going
 
Rebecca Westrup (with Kathleen Lane and Yann Lebeau)
Overcoming epistemological divides through culturally responsive research methods teaching.
University of East Anglia (on-going 2012-2013). 
 
Barbara Zamorski.
Research in Academic and Staff Development in Higher Education.
With colleagues in Sweden (Linkoping University) and Estonia (University of Tartu). Completed.