ESRC Impact Acceleration Account grants awarded to College academics

The Director of Research is delighted to announce the success of several colleagues across the College of Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences who have secured ESRC Impact Acceleration Account grants.

"This is very encouraging and testament to the quality of research work undertaken within the College", said Professor Kostas Nikolopoulos. "I’m sure colleagues will join with me in congratulating our academics on their success. We will look forward to the production of quality and impactful outputs over the coming months."

Awards

SMALL FUNDS (COLLABORATION & PARTNERSHIP GRANT)

  • Alex Plows and Tony Dobbins - Welsh Labour Market Summit: debating interventions to match skills and jobs
  • Koen Bartels - Innovative Encounters in Local Governance: Comparing New Ways of Working in and with Communities in the UK and the Netherlands
  • Yvonne McDermott-Rees - CAMHS in Wales: A Human Rights Based Approach
  • Efiona Thomas Lane (Hefin Gwilym CoI) - Mapping Food Poverty Experiences

BANGOR IMPACT PROJECT GRANT

  • Maggie Hoerger - Implementation of the British Early Special Schools Teaching (BESST) model in maintained special needs schools

ESRC IMPACT PROJECT GRANT

  • Alex Plows and Tony Dobbins - Welsh Labour Market Summit II

KE FELLOWSHIP

  • Clair Doloriert and Martina Feilzer - Supporting innovation and learning in North Wales Police
  • Rhian Hodges and Cynog Prys - A living language: a language for living    

GCRF COLLABORATION AND PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

  • Yvonne McDermott-Rees and Tanya Herring - Children Displaced Across Borders

Publication date: 18 October 2016