Heather has achieved an MSc in Psychological Research Methods (Commendation) and a 2:1 BSc in Psychology with Criminology. She has worked at an Further Education College analysing potential impacts of Government Policy, supporting with the development of Strategy, working in the Higher Education Department to complete regulatory body requirements such as returns to the Office for Students and developing the Access and Participation plan. She has started at Staffordshire University in November 2022, working as a data analyst, helping teams to identify key data sources, analysing data particularly related to Access and Participation characteristics, supporting with workshops particularly related to Theory of Change, and supporting with evaluation. She is also contributing to the development of the Access and Participation Plan for Staffordshire University
MSc Psychological Research Methods - Commendation
BSc (hons) Psychology with Criminology - 2:1
Data analytics, particularly qualitative analysis of data streams related to our Access and Participation Plan characteristics. Researching and identifying key data streams which may be useful to different teams for data analysis, helping with coding and project support. Providing support to workshops such as Theory of Change. Investigating different sources and identifying potential impacts on the sector and institutions.
Access and Participation Characteristics Theory of Change