Evaluation of an iniative to address the Black PhD leaky pipeline

  • Hannah Griffin-James

Evaluating a reciprocal teaching programme to provide research mentorship and well-being to improve graduate outcomes and access to doctoral study for Black students. I used a mixed method difference-in-difference design to evaluate the programme's impact. Methods: Theory of change │ In-person and online interviews │ Listening Rooms │ Diaries │ Observations │ Pre and post questionnaires │ Skills audit Outcome: Evidenced what worked and critical areas for improvement and provided evidence-based reports and presentations that were pivotal in accessing further funding and expanding the programme. Find out more here: https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/news-and-views/aspire-one-year-difference-difference-evaluation

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    Sheffield Hallam University

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      Manchester Metropolitan University

      • Education & Research
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      Advance HE

      • Education & Research