IOE EC Impact Fellowship 2021-22 Achievements
20 September 2022, 5:30 pm–7:00 pm
Join this event to hear IOE 2022 Early Career Impact Fellows discuss ways in which we can build a sustainable, collaborative and inclusive research culture.
This event is free.
Tatiana Souteiro Dias
In this event, IOE Impact Fellows will recount stories about the rewarding experiences and the challenges they had to overcome as they exchanged knowledge and attempted to make a unique contribute to society.
They have tackled a range of issues as varied as learning loss and learning disruption; grammar schools and inequalities; autism and employment; teacher training; US religion and politics; healthy ageing and the environment, among others. From education to social sciences, health and STEM, there is something of interest to everyone, no matter which research area you work on.
For the purposes of this session, fellows were divided into two groups: one will share a sneak peak into their creative outputs and achievements, inspiring us with examples of the engagement activities they have successfully carried out this summer, funded by the scheme. Another will discuss their views on hot topics around research impact, informed by the content and skills developed during the fellowships' workshops, which focused on storytelling, media, policy, co-creation and much more.
This session will be particular interest to all researchers and professionals who wish to find out more about embedding engagement and impact in their projects, as well as IOE doctoral candidates and early career staff considering whether to participate in future cohorts of the Fellowship.
Dr Lynne Rogers, Reader in Education and Academic Head of Engagement and Impact, IOE
- Dr Anna (Mel) Romualdez - Lecturer in Psychology, Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE), IOE
- Francesca McCarthy - Doctoral Candidate, IOE
- Joanne Nicholl - Programme leader for IOE MA Education (Science)
- John Connolly - Doctoral Candidate and Lecturer in Secondary ITE in Science specialising in Physics
- Dr Sinead Harmey - Associate Professor, IOE
- Dr Katie Gaddini - Lecturer in Sociology, IOE Thomas Coram Research Unit (TCRU)
Discussion chaired by Dr Lynne Rogers, with:
- Dr Anna Cook - Senior Research Fellow, IOE Centre for Teachers and Teaching Research (CTTR)
- Dr Catherine Jones - Research Fellow, IOE Thomas Coram Research Unit (TCRU)
- Polly Glegg - Doctoral Candidate and Lecturer in Business and Economics Education, IOE
- Dr Zoe Gallant - Lecturer in Psychology, IOE
- Dr Zoe Moula - Research Fellow