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We’re happy to announce six BCU academics have been chosen to conduct exciting new interdisciplinary research projects as part of the STEAM Fellows programme.
Joining the STEAM fellowship programme this year are:
Dr Carolyn Blackburn:
Dr Carolyn Blackburn will be rethinking cross-university approaches to training for doctoral supervision using STEAM provocations to promote fair, secure and just global societies
Chris Dingle will be helping to establish BCU as International Leader in Interdisciplinary Music Research
Lorna will be investigating the acceptability and approach to the production of an AR/VR intervention to encourage NICU sibling visitation and reduce negative behavioural/emotional outcomes for siblings.
Xi Guo is looking to promote and contribute transdisciplinary innovation and research across different domains in BCU based on immersive technology.
Matt Grimes and Robin Kay:
Matt and Robin will be equipping Music Business students with the skills and technical resources to produce immersive media and narratives.
The researchers have been chosen due to the strength of their application, which required them to outline the research they intend to conduct, the importance of STEAM to the University and how they plan to build collaborative, cross-faculty networks.
Carolyn hopes that her research will help to improve understanding of cross-University doctoral supervision for STEAM scholars and improve training and preparation for doctoral supervisors in working with STEAM scholars
Lorna’s research will help children who find themselves with a sibling in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) to better understand the NICU environment.
As a relatively new university recruit, Lorna wants to use this opportunity to network with staff beyond her immediate team and to better understand the opportunities available for collaborative, cross-faculty research. She is excited to have been given this opportunity to lead on a project through the STEAM Fellowship programme.
The STEAM Fellows programme provides academics with the chance to work on an exciting interdisciplinary programme, supported by STEAMhouse.
The STEAM Fellowship provides:
The fellowship is open to academics who are innovative thinkers and keen to deliver a project that demonstrates how the arts and STEM can be combined to generate new knowledge.