Here at the Department of Educational Research, we are committed to fostering and sustaining our research impact and engagement with a variety of public stakeholders. In particular, we strive to create a research environment that is supportive of co-productive and sustainable relationships with stakeholders such as national and international governments; local partners/authorities; funding agencies; metrics/digital platform providers as well as teaching and learning providers from the Early Years, to tertiary levels. We are also in the fortunate position to be able to enable to implement our own research developments into our learning and teaching practice through our highly esteemed postgraduate programmes.
Refugees and communities use photography for peace
New research from Lancaster University has identified creative and innovative peace-building initiatives to bring refugee and host community members together using a research methodology designed to empower participants through photography and storytelling.
Educational Research provides two new Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Deans for Lancaster University
Dr Ann-Marie Houghton took up the brand-new position of Dean for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) at the start of January 2020, reinforcing the University’s commitment to EDI for all at Lancaster. Ann-Marie’s appointment follows that of Carolyn Jackson who was appointed as the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) Associate Dean for EDI and People in August 2019.