> NEWS: Lincoln Higher Education Research Award Winners revealed

The Lincoln Higher Education Research Institute’s annual Research Awards are designed to support colleagues at the University of Lincoln working on pedagogical research that will advance understanding of higher education. This is an important part of LHERI’s aim to develop expertise and impact through support and guidance to colleagues, and by facilitating effective internal and external partnerships.

The applications were peer reviewed by colleagues from across the University, before a judging panel in which 10 successful projects were awarded funding. For more information on a particular project, please contact the Project Lead. For more information on the LHERI Research Awards, please visit: lncn.ac/lhera.

Colleagues will be offered the opportunity to engage with the exciting ongoing and completed research being supported by these awards during the annual LHERI exhibition (date TBC).

Below is a list of the award winners:

Project Lead Project Name Department
Alison Raby Students as partners in personal tutoring Department of Languages, LIBS
Charlotte Smith Partnering with the community on community-based learning projects: an external stakeholder perspective Organisational Behaviour & Management, LIBS
Chris Headleand Facilitating Mentor Development through Digital Portfolios School of Computer Science
Clare Cotton A mixed methods evaluation of Peer Mentoring at the University of Lincoln Lincoln Academy of Learning and Teaching
Eliseo Vilalta-Perdomo Engaging students in the age of industry 4.0: A challenge-based learning approach (CBL) Department of Strategy & Enterprise, LIBS
Geeta Lakshmi Do reflective logs help undergraduate Accounting and Finance students build a wider professional skills set which encompasses emotional intelligence? Department of Accountancy, Finance & Economics, LIBS
Kelly Sisson An exploration of psychological wellbeing in doctoral students during the PhD journey from enrolment to completion School of Health & Social Care
Rachel Bromnick Evaluating the use of podcasts to enhance student engagement in their career development learning and employability School of Psychology
Rachel Spacey Using Life Histories to understand the experience of estranged students in Higher Education Lincoln Higher Education Research Institute
Richard Ngomba Developing the School of Pharmacy practices with the Lincoln Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT) to assess students’ professionalism in supporting the care of mental health patients School of Pharmacy