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Download presentations from Widening Participation event

Download presentations from the one day conference Enduring Inequalities and New Agendas for Widening Participation in Higher Education: Student Access, Mobilities and ‘Success’, which took place on the 27th July 2016, organised by Dr Sharon Elley, Liz Hurley and Dr Kim Allen, School of Sociology and Social Policy (L-CYR, FLaG), here:

Widening Participation: Lifelong Learning Perspectives

Tony Ellis
Lifelong Learning Centre, University of Leeds)

The shifting landscape of widening participation: current challenges, expectations and realities

Professor Jacqueline Stevenson
Sheffield Hallam University

Recognizing and troubling Racial Microaggressions in Higher Education

Remi Joseph-Salisbury
University of Leeds

Institutional stratification, graduate outcomes and upward social mobility in the UK

Paul Wakeling
Centre for Research on Education and Social Justice, Department of Education, University of York

Part-time spaces: rethinking ‘belonging’ in HE

Dr Kate Carruthers Thomas
Research Fellow, Birmingham City University

Supporting autistic students during their transition to university

Marc Fabri, Leeds Beckett University
Penny Andrews, University of Sheffield
Heta Pukki, Keskuspuisto College, Helsinki, Finland

Intersections of gender and class: working-class men’s journey’s to elite higher education

Dr Mandy Winterton
Edinburgh Napier University

Supporting widening participation students through university and beyond

Louise Banahene
University of Leeds

Contested (im)mobilities: Gendered experiences of ‘staying local’

Kirsty Finn
Lancaster University

Fish out of water? Contrasting the WP student experience at a selective HEI

Dr Richard Budd
Liverpool Hope University

Emerging themes, reflections and the future of HE

Carole Leathwood
Professor Emeritus, London Metropolitan University

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