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Our seminar series sees internationally renowned academics present their current or recently completed research and scholarly work.
We have focused the key areas of our research around five distinct but interdisciplinary research centres:
- Centre for Research in Writing
- Centre for Research in Professional Learning
- Centre for Science, Maths and Technology Education
- Centre for Special Educational Needs and Disability
- Centre for Teaching Thinking and Dialogue
We also nurture a number of smaller and less formal research groups and networks, which augment and compliment our larger centres.
We have a group of enthusiastic high quality researchers who are committed to developing their own high quality research and high quality researchers of the future. Why not find out more about our research culture by reading about the experiences of some of our researchers?
We encourage a vibrant, collaborative and interdisciplinary research culture within the Graduate School of Education. Our international community of researchers has an excellent record of winning external funding, and our centres, groups and networks provide structure and support, promoting collaboration and impact. We advocate mentoring for early-career researchers, as well as collaborative bid writing and projects.If you are looking for a research supervisor or collaborator you can find out more about our individual staff here.
We run a range of seminars, conferences and other research related events and are always delighted to welcome colleagues from outside the university.