Staff Directory

This staff directory features research profiles for research and academic staff in the Institute of Education.

IoE Team

The IoE team are currently involved in research and development projects that span all areas of education, as well as supporting the development of research capacity amongst academic staff within the Institute of Education.  There are research clusters with a particular focus on: early years, didgital learning, developing pedagogy and professional practice, education policy and lifelong learning.  

Research Careers with IoE

A clear career progression route has been established in IoE that provides research students and emerging researchers with high levels of initial support from a cluster of colleagues, from undertaking internally-based research projects through to initial attempts at acquiring external funds and submitting publications.

As staff develop their research profile and consolidate their areas of interest, they are able to become Research Fellows where they receive enhanced mentoring from senior researchers within IoE.

Research Students

We have many PhD and Professional Doctorate Students carrying out research in wide range of areas. To find out more about our Doctoral Students see Meet our PhD Students and Meet our EdD Students.  

CREC Studentships

The following students are being funded by the Centre for Research in Early Childhood (CREC)

  • Menna Godfrey, Studenship
  • Helen Lyndon, Studentship
  • Elizabeth Rouse, Studentship
  • Faye Stanley, Senior Lecturer Early Childhood and Studentship

Research Associates

Associates support and advise on a range of research projects and tenders. They have a breadth of experience of in research, policy and practice. If you are interested in becoming an associate please get in touch.

Academic Staff

Research opportunities for all staff

All staff within the Institute of Education have the opportunity to develop their research interests through mentoring support, research cluster memberships, sabbatical opportunities and support for conference attendance and dissemination activities. Additionally, our annual staff research conference gives them a chance to present their research in a supportive environment. Ongoing study leave and early career researcher programmes provide staff with periods of release from all other duties, along with a programme of mini-sabbaticals that allowing staff at different points in their career to have the opportunity for study leave during which they can develop specific research opportunities.

Research careers with IoE

A clear career progression route has been established in IoE that provides research students and emerging researchers with high levels of initial support from a cluster of colleagues, from undertaking internally-based research projects through to initial attempts at acquiring external funds and submitting publications.

As staff develop their research profile and consolidate their areas of interest, they are able to become Research Fellows where they receive enhanced mentoring from senior researchers within IoE.