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Research to change: a discussion about how researchers have created impact through their work

This online event hosted by the social justice SIG will celebrate how colleagues have had an impact through their research and work.  All change achieved through our research is important.  Change we achieve through research can affect a small number of individuals, a single class, a university, a community or even a broader group.  This session will share experiences of how researchers have brought about change and any tips and advice others can achieve through their work.

Colleagues have been invited to submit a short proposal of 50 words and session title if they would like to share how they created impact through their work. 

Chairs and Speakers

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Gigi Chi Ying Lam, Dr

Musician-educator at Royal College of Music

Gigi Chi Ying Lam is a musician-educator from Hong Kong. She worked as an arts administrator and school music teacher before she started her doctoral studies at the Royal College of Music, London with Dr Dave Camlin and Dr Mary Stakelum. Her...

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Liliana Belkin, Dr

Senior Lecturer at University of Roehampton

Dr Liliana Belkin has a PhD in Educational Leadership, Administration and Policy from New York University and earned a US-UK Fulbright Core Scholar Fellowship in 2019-2020. She is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Roehampton in the School...

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John Parkin, Mr

Senior Lecturer Practitioner at Anglia Ruskin University

John Parkin is a Senior Lecturer Practitioner in Education at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) in Peterborough. He is also the Course Leader of the BA Primary Education Studies course. Before becoming an academic in 2018, John was an assistant...