The call for abstracts for the 9th annual Warwick Education Studies Postgraduate Research Conference is now open
The 9th Education Studies PGR Conference offers a dynamic environment for postgraduate research (PGR) students to showcase and discuss their research. This year's conference keynote programme theme is "Education, Conflict and Displacement". For postgraduates who aim to present at the conference, abstracts should be submitted by Monday 21 March 2022.
This year's conference will take place online over 22-23 April 2022. Attendance at the conference is open to all Postgraduate students and the academic community, and is free. You can register online and find out more on the Conference webpages.
New Research Publication- Paul Martin, PhD Student
We are pleased to share a new article published by the Times Education Supplement, from one of our current PhD students, Paul Martin. Paul's research looks at the impact that socio-economic disadvantage has on student's progression through education. Paul's research is being supervised by Professor Emma Smith, Head of Department.
New Article Published - Dr Georgiana Mihut
We are happy to share the news that Dr Georgiana Mihut has had an article published in the Oxford Review of Education alongside Dr Selina McCoy and Bertrand Maitre: A capability approach to understanding academic and socio-emotional outcomes of students with special educational needs in Ireland. You can read the article online.
Student Success- Institute of Advanced Study Early Career Fellowship for Eli Gemegah
We are delighted to announce that Eli Gemegah, an ESRC-funded PhD researcher in the Education Studies department (working with Dimitra Hartas) has been awarded an Institute of Advanced Study Early Career Fellowship to support her transition beyond doctoral studies. Eli will be presenting in the seminar series this year so you can find out more about her exciting research then.
Many congratulations to Eli on her achievement!
New Journal Publication - Dr Emily Henderson and Ahmad Akkad
We are pleased to note the new co-authored publication from Dr Emily Henderson and Ahmad Akkad, one of our PhD students, published in the Teaching in Higher Education Journal. The article, entitled 'Exploring the role of HE teachers as change agents in the reconstruction of post-conflict Syria', is based on Ahmad's MA Global Education and International Development dissertation work, and can be viewed online.