About the Project
As part of an EPSRC-funded project (ASPIRE), this PhD project will develop new methodologies to determine behaviour and culture change linked to the implementation of EDI initiatives at an organisational level. The research will be interdisciplinary and inter-institutional, and will involve working with both academic and non-academic partners.
Based within the Eleanor Glanville Centre (http://eleanorglanvillecentre.lincoln.ac.uk), the successful candidate will join an interdisciplinary team developing an innovative web-based platform (ASPIRE) to accelerate meaningful changes in attitude and behaviour towards diversity, and facilitate inclusive research environments across the engineering and physical science disciplines.
For more information on the ASPIRE project, please visit http://eleanorglanvillecentre.lincoln.ac.uk/research/inclusive-environments/aspire/.
The successful candidate will have a Master’s degree in a relevant social science discipline (such as psychology, sociology, social policy) and a keen interest in EDI (equality, diversity and inclusion).
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