Abha Joglekar

Thesis title: Abstract: First supervisor: Morena Mills Pathway:9-Political Ecology, Energy & Environmental Health Cohort: 2021-22
Jeff Zifan Wu

Jeff Zifan Wu

Thesis title: Digitisation of life: addressing behavioural shortcomings in agent-based activity-travel models Abstract: Participation in activities has become less constrained to physical location and time in the digital era. Such activities as teleworking, distance...
Keisha York

Keisha York

Thesis title: Embodied virtual reality training: a new pathway to reduce racial implicit bias and enhance empathy Abstract: Diversity training functions as a key initiative for HR departments aiming to successfully manage ethnic diversity. It intends to facilitate...

Mohammad Usman Zaheer

Thesis title: Young Muslims’ Experiences of Islamophobia, Education and Social Mobility Abstract: Mohammad’s research will examine the grounded experiences and perceptions of a diversified sample of British Muslim students, investigating to what extent and in what...
Gabriella Stringer

Gabriella Stringer

Thesis title: The Maternal Body at Work Abstract: This research project examines the physical and mental impact of women’s experience of fertility, pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding on employment, highlighting gaps in employer expectations and provision for...

Petya Atanasova

Thesis title: Abstract: First supervisor: Gary Frost Pathway:1-Health Practices, Innovation & Implementation Cohort: 2021-22

Dorota Ali

Thesis title: Abstract: First supervisor: Francesca Happe Pathway:2-Life Course, Psychology, & Health Cohort: 2021-22
Rosanna Hildersley

Rosanna Hildersley

Thesis title: Urbanicity and psychosis- are cities bad for mental health? A large-scale data linkage study using electronic health records Abstract: In the UK, more people who have psychosis live in cities than rural areas, and there is a large body of evidence...

Caitlin Hogan

Thesis title: Abstract: First supervisor: Devyani Sharma Pathway:7-Linguistics, Media & Culture Cohort: 2021-22

Zsuzsa Lugosi

Thesis title: Investigating the ways 6-11 year old children connect to nature at the Natural History Museum. Abstract: First supervisor: Jill Hohenstein Pathway: 6-Education, Mind & Society Cohort: 2021-22
Thomas Packer-Stucki

Thomas Packer-Stucki

Thesis title: Tuning in to Accentism: Dialect, Discrimination and Education in the Black Country Abstract: Within the UK, each year thousands of children begin school only to find that the language variety that they speak at home is at odds with the one used in the...
Sarah O’Brien-Quilty

Sarah O’Brien-Quilty

Thesis title: Sustaining meaningful user involvement in research, local government planning and policy-making: an ethnography of a national user-led initiative to support Disabled people and service users Abstract: Explore the utility of adapting and applying Elinor...