Take part in research on Hallam's BAME agenda

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Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University are looking for 20 Level 6 Hallam students who identify as Black, Asian, or Minority Ethnic to take part in a study exploring the University's BAME agenda.

What is this research about?

The research will explore how the University's BAME agenda has been communicated to you, your expectations, and how it's impacted you in the classroom. Researchers will also examine the possibility of creating a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Who can take part?

To take part you must identify as BAME and be studying your final year of an undergraduate degree (Level 6) at Hallam.

What would I be asked to do?

You will spend approx. 40-60 minutes being interviewed either online via Zoom or face-to-face in Sheffield.

You will be offered a £25 Amazon voucher for your time.

How do I take part?

To take part, please contact Dr Chris Wright or Dr Pallavi Singh.

Dr Chris Wright

Dr Pallavi Singh