TUDublin EDI Research & Practice Showcase 4th Annual Conference (Hybrid)

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The TUDublin EDI Research & Practice Showcase 4th Annual Conference (Hybrid) takes place on Thu, 26 January 2023, 09:45 – 13:00.

The Annual research and practice showcase is a platform for researchers and practitioners at TU Dublin to present and discuss their work on EDI related issues.

We are looking forward to seeing you all there and discussing papers from TU Dublin staff members and postgraduate students from all disciplines.


TUDublin EDI Research & Practice Showcase 4th Annual Conference (Hybrid)

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9:45- Welcome – Tea & Coffee Sara Clavero

10:00-10:15- Mind the Gap: Education as a barrier to inclusion . Elaine Chapman

10:15-10:30- Neurodiversity, Dyslexia, Higher Education, Difference, Inclusion. Keith Murphy

10:30-10:45- Development of a new TU Dublin programme for people with intellectual disabilities. Sylvia Healy and Deidre Bonar


11-11:30- Tea & Coffee

11:30-11:45- Can teaching practice address gender inequality in STEM, as explored through self-efficacy?. Gintarė Lübeck

11:45-12:00- How I used counter storytelling from CRT as a research practitioner. Fionnuala Darby

12:00-12:15 Developing an Antiracism Placement Resource – the Community Development and Youth Work experience. Brid Ni Chonaill

12:15-12:30- Online Interactive Design Workshop for Female Students in Technology Programmes in TU Dublin. Michelle Looby , Marie Armstrong ,Susan Lynott and Katherine Looby

12:30 -12:50– Q&A and Wrap up

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Niamh Burke Renewable Energy Bursary 2023
PhD (part-time) - School of STEM Education, Innovation and Global Studies / National Institute of Digital Learning


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