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
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.