Current ESRC IAA projects

Bangor University’s ESRC Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) provides a range of funding opportunities to accelerate impact in the social sciences from across the University’s disciplines. The Bangor ESRC IAA has funded the following impact-related activities, including projects and collaborations through the ESRC Impact Acceleration Account, with a focus on issues that affect the lives of people.

ESRC Impact Project Grants

Bangor Impact Project Grants

  • Implementation of the British Early Special Schools Teaching (BESST) model in maintained special needs schools
    Dr. Marguerite Hoerger, School of Education

  • A Food Manifesto: Using Values to Inform Governance and Policy
    Dr. Sophie Wynne-Jones, School of Environment, Resources and Geography

  • Tilapia Species Identification and Mapping Application
    Dr. Antonia Ford, School of Biological Sciences

  • A Feasibility Project to Develop the First Mindfulness Training Framework for Exercise Referral Practitioners to Implement Mindful Exercise During Exercise Referral Classes
    Dr. Anthony Blanchfield, School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science

  • Supporting Implementation of Mindfulness into Welsh Schools to Enhance Well-being of Teachers and Pupils
    Dr. Dusana Dorjee, Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice, School of Psychology

  • Hidden Rivers from A to B
    Dr. Zoe Skoulding, School of English Literature

IAA Knowledge Exchange Fellowships

Collaboration and Partnership Grants