Jane Osmond
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Research Interests

Equality issues in higher education; Identifying threshold concepts in design, violence against women

Biography

Dr Jane Osmond is a Research Fellow for the Institute for Future Transport and Cities.

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As research fellow for the Institute, my main focus is on issues of mobility.  

For example, how students learn can affect their educational mobility, hence my interest in identifying threshold concepts in design to enable a lens to be applied to those transformational moments that transform a student into a designer.  

Similarly, I am currently researching the impact that unwanted sexual incidents can have on students' educational mobility as such incidents, which are mainly, but not always, experienced by women, can result in poor educational outcomes or the abandonment of higher education.

In addition, my focus is on transport mobility, particularly in relation to gender and transport - how can we ensure that transport (and public space) planners factor in women’s very different needs (in comparison to men) when planning public transport systems.

Vision Statement

My vision is that barriers to mobility, particularly in relation to education and transport, are removed based on a robust, evidentiary research focus.

 

Education/Academic qualification

Threshold Concepts, Doctorate, Coventry University

1 Jan 201130 May 2014

Award Date: 1 Jul 2014

Communications, Degree, Coventry University

1 Sep 19981 Jun 2001

Award Date: 1 Jun 2001

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