Education and Arts secures International Research Visiting Fellowships
Three Faculty of Education and Arts researchers have been awarded 2016 International Research Visiting Fellowships from the University's Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation), Professor Kevin Hall.
Dr Julia Coffey, a member of the Newcastle Youth Studies Research Group, will be hosting Jessica Ringrose – a Professor of Sociology of Gender and Education from University College London, UK.
Professor Mel Gray, Program Leader of the Social Work Research Program, will be hosting Eileen Gambrill – a Professor of the Graduate School and Hutto Patterson Charitable Foundation and Professor Emerita in Child and Family Studies at the School of Social Welfare, UC Berkeley, US.
Philip Matthias, a member of the Creative Industries Research and Innovation Cluster and Leader of the Torres Strait Islander Sacred Music Research Network, will host Stephen Goss – Director of Research in the School of Arts at the University of Surrey, UK.
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