Our Scholars

Below are the names of the SCELT scholars of the 2020/21 cohort and the title of their project.

Brian Dunsmore: ConnectUS

Claire Ellison: Improving student retention by developing self-regulation through comparative peer-assessment 

Muhammad Amjad, Jackie Leigh and Lesley Lappin: How teaching techniques facilitate student engagement across key student cohorts – Non-BAME-UK, BAME – UK, and International students – a comparative case analysis at the Salford Business School and the School of Health & Society to develop an inclusive and engaging curriculum

Nicola McCullough and Alex Culvin: Measuring Student Identity and Experience in a Virtual World – Understanding learner’s expectations, needs and the impact of online delivery

Romas Malevicius: Positioning Education for Sustainability within the Business and Management UG programme curriculum and mapping based on United Nations SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) 

Sara Namvar, Dave Greensmith, Aimee Pinnington and Niroshini Nirmalan: Fostering career management and graduate capital development to boost employability

Simon Hutchinson and Amy Evans: Virtually Fieldwork (Vi-Fi): optimising the student experience in environmental learning and teaching

Sinead Farry: Virtual legal internship opportunities

Tawney Bennet: Using digital legal simulations to enhance progression and work readiness in first year law students

The 2019 SCELT scholars were:

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