2 edition of Project on gender issues at Loughborough University found in the catalog.
Project on gender issues at Loughborough University
by Loughborough University Gender Studies Research Forum in [Loughborough, Leics.]
Written in English
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Gender Issues in STEM Education. Principal Investigators: Paul Hernandez-Martinez - Loughborough University; Angeles Dominguez - Tecnologico de Monterrey. Co-Investigator: Maria Kambouri-Danos. Reading Teaching and Learning Award. of preadolescent girls. Her most recent book is The Hidden Life of Girls: Games of Stance, Status, and Exclusion (). alexa hepburn is a Reader in Conversation Analysis in the Department of Social Sciences at Loughborough University, UK. She has studied school bullying, issues of gender, violence against children and inter action.
Janet Febisola Adeyemi (born J ) is currently acting as the President of Women in Mining in Nigeria, an affiliate of International Women in Mining. She is also serving on the Strategic Development and Policy Implementation Committee of the Governor-elect of Ondo State. She is part of a broad civil society network coordinating an intervention in the recent South Kaduna mater: Loughborough University, University of Ife. Issues in Design and Technology Teaching identifies and examines the important concerns in this subject, seeking to challenge preconceptions and stimulate debate about this relative newcomer to the National Curriculum. Key areas addressed are: Issues of Definition: getting to the roots of the concept of design and its educational value Issues in the Classroom: the role and implementation of.
Dr Miriam J Johnson. Senior Lecturer in Publishing; Subject Coordinator for the MA in Publishing Media and the MA in Digital Publishing. You can keep up with Miriam’s work and projects on her site and follow her at @MiriamJ Personal Profile. Elaine Hobby is Professor of Seventeenth-Century Studies at Loughborough University, where she has worked very happily since As a s feminist, she began her career with the desire to contribute to the rediscovery of forgotten women writers, and both her first book, Virtue of Necessity: English Women’s Writing and her current role, as one of the General Editors of The.
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Line has also undertaken significant historical-sociological research on gender and religion, published in her book Issues of Gender, Race, and Class in the Norwegian Missionary Society in Nineteenth Century Norway and Madagascar (The Edwin Mellen Press, ) and in multiple journal articles.
Next month the University will be undertaking a Staff Survey, which will focus on equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI). Through it the University is seeking to find out about staff experiences of EDI issues at Loughborough and to gather suggestions about what it might do to improve equality, diversity and inclusivity at the University.
Infrastructure for All: Meeting the needs of both men and women in development projects – a practical guide for engineers, technicians and project managers WEDC, Loughborough University, UK. ISBN Paperback 1 2 Designed, illustrated and produced by. Other Smout, IK () Improving lives and repairing them.
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RESEARCH. MANAGEMENT. A training course on research management activities and processes. An output of the SPLASH Era-Net. Frank Odhiambo – WEDC, Loughborough University. Peter Furu – DBL, University of Copenhagen. NOVEMBER Book review: Profit and Gift in the Digital EconomyElder-VassDave, Profit and Gift in the Digital Economy, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
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Gender inequality in design and technology the pupils’ perspective. [online] Loughborough: Loughborough University, pp Jon is a Research Associate at Loughborough University who has supported the SONG team with both on the ground and remote assistance in order to collaboratively find solutions to the many challenges the project has faced in Kenya.
His ever evolving role has encompassed community technician empowerment, iterative social impact evaluation and technology redesign and the development of. Professor Katherine Franke's Faculty Page. Katherine Franke is the James L.
Dohr Professor of Law at Columbia University, where she also directs the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law and is the faculty director of the Law, Rights, and Religion Project (Formerly the Public Rights/Private Conscience Project).She is a member of the Executive Committee for the Institute for Research on Women.
Business Research Methods is the complete introduction to doing business research and an ideal guide for students embarking on a research project. Developed specifically with business and management students in mind, this textbook explores the nature and purpose of business research and the issues it entails, while also providing students with practical advice through Tips and Skills boxes.
ACT (Communities of PrACTice for Accelerating Gender Equality and Institutional Change in Research and Innovation across Europe) is a Coordination and Support Action project funded by the European Union’s Horizon research and innovation programme.
The project will advance gender equality at research performing and research funding organizations by strengthening the. Mathew Hughes, Loughborough University.
Professor Mathew (Mat) Hughes is Professor and Chair in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the School of Business and Economics at Loughborough University. minority business ownership, and gender issues.
Zachary has authored or co-author 26 peer-reviewed research articles in leading journals in. Water and sanitation issues in relation to sexual and reproductive health across the female lifespan (WSSRH). Background White Paper., Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
Loughborough University London launches its Inspiring Success programme for – more help for local graduates Loughborough University London academic publishes book on the business of women’s sport Loughborough University London to contribute to project that aims to double female and BAME founders by Title: Loughborough University UG ProspectusAuthor: Loughborough University, Name: Loughborough University UG ProspectusLength:.
This book is a product of the second phase of a DFID-funded KaR project that is aimed at increasing the impact of research through improved dissemination of the research process and findings.
It develops the ideas from phase one of the project Spreading the Word: Practical guidelines for research dissemination strategies (Saywell and Cotton, ).
Supported by a UK Department for International Development (DFID) Knowledge and Research project, staff at the Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC), Loughborough University, with collaborators in the UK, India, Nigeria, Zambia and South Africa, have been looking at how engineers can contribute to gender policies and by: 4.
Line Nyhagen’s profile on The Conversation. Line is Reader in Sociology at the Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough University, United Kingdom.
She is actively involved in gender studies group at Loughborough University, United Kingdom. She has participated to the Interdisciplinary Congress “Women's World08, held in Madrid, Julypresented the outcome of a study on Gender Issues in Global Economy Supported by Advanced ICT: A Feminist Engineering Approach.
Sara Arber, Kevin Morgan (Loughborough University), Debra Skene (University of Surrey), Roger Orpwood (Bath), Ingrid Eyers (University of Vechta) SomnIA was a four year NDA Collaborative Research Project (CRP) which addressed practice and policy relevant issues arising from the nature, impact and management of the sleep-wake balance in later life.BEPAM deliberates on, disseminates and validates cutting edge research and development in construction project management and infrastructure asset management, given the increasingly critical intersections and convergence between these domains, e.g.
with increasing ‘whole life’ focus and sustainability imperatives.Religion, Gender and Citizenship: Women of Faith, Gender Equality and Feminism provides an indispensable overview of major debates and developments in this vibrant cross-disciplinary field. Theoretically, the authors astutely bring together the most salient insights from sociological, political, religious, gender, and cultural studies literatures.