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Are you interested in enhancing the educational experiences of students at Cambridge? Would you like to contribute as a paid co-researcher to a University-level strategic project?


We are seeking paid student co-researchers to contribute to the APP Participatory Action Research Project, which aims to address the awarding gaps affecting undergraduates with mental health conditions and Black British undergraduates.

This year, we are drawing together the work undertaken in the first three years of the project and sharing this with the wider University community to prompt action.

Those contributing to Strand A (focused on Black British students) will co-design and co-facilitate a one-day event for students and staff on awarding gaps, anti-racist pedagogies and decolonising teaching and learning.

Those contributing to Strand B (focused on students with mental health conditions) will co-produce a resource for students and staff which maps student self-advocacy journeys alongside advice to staff for proactive support of students' educational adjustments and mental health.


Deadline: 8am Tuesday 8 November

Find out more and apply

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