Dr Ann-Marie Houghton

Director of REAP, Teaching Fellow, Training & Educational Development Adv

Profile

Institutional Development Interests

My university widening participation and equality and diversity work links closely with research and teaching interests.

I am a member of the university's Equality and Diversity Committee, the Widening Participation Co-ordinating Group, Disability and Equality and Diversity Networks, Harassment Network and a senior member of Cartmel College.I was an active member of the Faculty of Arts and Social Science Courses Committee from 2004 to 2014.

HEFCE’s review of models of support for disabled students in higher education
15/03/2017 → 31/07/2017
Research

Bright Links evaluation
15/05/2012 → 30/12/2012
Other

Designing an inclusive curriculum in higher education
01/09/2009 → 30/06/2010
Research

Lancashire Aimhigher Disability
29/04/2009 → 30/06/2009
Other

Students' and Professionals', Experience, Concerns and Issues regarding Alcohol use by Lancaster Students
21/12/2008 → 31/12/2010
Other

Barrow Youth Re: action Team
02/12/2008 → 01/08/2011
Other

Barrow Engineering Project evaluation
01/09/2008 → …
Other

Up2uni
06/04/2008 → 05/12/2008
Other

Evaluation Capacity Building for HEI widening participation teams
01/04/2007 → 31/12/2009
Other

Refugee Progression and Employment Project
01/09/2006 → 01/07/2008
Other

Aimhigher Cumbria Evaluation
01/08/2006 → 31/07/2011
Other

Aimhigher Lancashire Evaluation
01/01/2006 → 31/07/2011
Other

Aiming4uni in Furness
01/07/2005 → 31/10/2009
Other

Disability Effective Inclusive Policies
01/01/2005 → 31/12/2007
Other

Working with Families
01/01/2005 → 31/08/2007
Other

Lancashire Intergenerational Multicultural Education Project
01/09/2004 → 30/04/2007
Other

Library Understanding and Curriculum enhancement to Inform Decision-making
01/04/2003 → 31/12/2006
Other

Families And Higher Education Decision-making
01/01/2001 → 01/01/2009
Other

African Caribbean and Asian Curriculum Project
01/09/1995 → 31/12/2006
Other

A collaborative institutional approach to creating inclusive teaching and learning environments
Invited talk

Embedding mental wellbeing in the curriculum: maximising success in higher education
Invited talk

Creating inclusive teaching and learning environments
Invited talk

The practicalities of successful collaboration: a third space and blended professional?
Participation in conference

The practicalities of successful collaboration: a third space and blended professional?
Participation in conference

Emergent themes from an evaluation of the Cumbria and Lancashire Network for Collaborative Outreach and lessons for the National Collaborative Outreach Programme?
Participation in conference

Emergent themes from an evaluation of the Cumbria and Lancashire Network for Collaborative Outreach and lessons for the National Collaborative Outreach Programme?
Participation in conference

Student retention and success change programme: Phase 2. Final conference
Participation in conference

Student retention and success change programme: Phase 2. Final conference
Participation in conference

ENGAGE 2016 Annual Conference
Invited talk

Practical tips for evaluation: A collaborative approach
Invited talk

Teacher Research: Voyages of discovery
Invited talk

Deliverers or beneficiaries? A revolving cycle of widening participation opportunities for undergraduate students
Participation in conference

Deliverers or beneficiaries? A revolving cycle of widening participation opportunities for undergraduate students
Participation in conference

The Higher Education Academy
Visiting an external academic institution

Loyne Specialist School
School Engagement

  • Centre for Gender and Women's Studies
  • Centre for Higher Education Research and Evaluation
  • Centre for Social Justice and Wellbeing in Education
  • REAP - Researching Equity Access and Participation