Dr Teresa Crew
Lecturer in Social Policy
Name: Teresa Crew
Position:Lecturer in Social Policy
Phone: 01248 382838
Location: Room 104, Neuadd Ogwen
- Sociology PhD (School of Social Sciences, Bangor University, Wales, UK.)
- Social Research and Social Policy MA (School of Social Sciences, Bangor University, Wales, UK.)
- Criminology and Criminal Justice BA (School of Social Sciences, Bangor University, Wales, UK.)
Dr Crew is a Lecturer in Social Policy, and is the Year One Coordinator in the School of Social Sciences. She was awarded a Fellowship in the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) in 2017. She is also the Athena Swan representative for the School.
Her PhD, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, was completed in 2014. The thesis focused on graduate inequalities in relation to class, gender and place.
Prior to working at Bangor University she worked for the Welsh Assembly, local Authorities in north Wales and voluntary organisations such as North Wales Regional Equality Network
Dr Crew is the module convenor on three undergraduate modules within the school and the co-convenor on a postgraduate module.
The first year module SXU1002 Doing Social Research teaches students introductory research skills that will help prepare them for their dissertation. This module also includes a peer led presentations skills element, a scheme which she also coordinates.
SXP2050 Issues in Equality is an applied Social Policy undergraduate module in year two, which focuses on inequalities according to class, gender, ethinicity etc
SXS3040 Gender Perspectives is a third year undergraduate module which discusses the historical, social and individual significance of gender.
She works alongside Professor Stefan Machura on SXU4020 Social Sciences in Action, a module that provides postgraduate training in conducting social science research
Teresa became a fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) in 2017.
She has also presented at teaching conferences in relation to her teaching:
Crew, T. (2017). Regional capital and 'local' graduate employment. CELT Learning and Teaching Conference 2017. Friday 15th September 2017.
Crew, T. (2015). How to develop student’s employability skills through research methods and social policy. Paper presented at the Higher Education Academy's Annual Social Sciences Conference 2015. 3-4 December 2015, The Studio, Manchester.
- Regional capital and 'local' graduate employmentCrew, T 2018, Regional capital and 'local' graduate employment. in Understanding Graduate Careers : Research, Policy and Practice in Context. Routledge.
- ‘They think I am the secretary’Crew, T 2017, '‘They think I am the secretary’: The trajectories of female graduates in North Wales' Paper presented at British Sociological Association.Early Career Forum Event. The Precariatisation of Women's Lives in the UK, Sheffield, 30/06/17, .
- The forgotten half-widows of Kashmir’s armed conflictCrew, T 2016, 'The forgotten half-widows of Kashmir’s armed conflict', The Conversation, 04 August.
- Beyond graduation: The trajectories of graduaties in North WalesCrew, T 2015, 'Beyond graduation: The trajectories of graduaties in North Wales' People, Place, and Policy, vol 9, no. 1.
- Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs AssessmentHirst, JD, Hirst, D & Crew, T 2013, Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessment. Welsh Government.
- Tehmina N. Basit and Sally Tomlinson (eds), Social Inclusion and Higher Education. SociologyCrew, T 2013, 'Tehmina N. Basit and Sally Tomlinson (eds), Social Inclusion and Higher Education. Sociology', pp. 1238-1239, Sociology, 47 6. DOI: 10.1177/0038038513501939
- Beyond Graduation: regional capital.Crew, T 2012, 'Beyond Graduation: regional capital.' Paper presented at North American Association for the Study of Welsh Culture and History. Biennial Conference, 2012. , Bangor, United Kingdom, 26/07/12 - 28/07/12, .
- Peter, Berger. Adventures of an Accidental Sociologist: How to Explain the World Without Becoming a BoreCrew, T 2012, 'Peter, Berger. Adventures of an Accidental Sociologist: How to Explain the World Without Becoming a Bore', Sociological Review.
- “If They Are Dead, Tell Us!” A Criminological Study of the “Disappearances” in KashmirCrew, T 2008, '“If They Are Dead, Tell Us!” A Criminological Study of the “Disappearances” in Kashmir' Internet Journal of Criminology, pp. 1-28.
Worked on a British Sociological Association task and finish group to create an Applied Sociology curriculum
Member of British Sociological Association (BSA)
Member of BSA Bourdieu Group
Member of Feminist and Women's Studies Association (FWSA)
Member of Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC)