Realising Resilience: An Evidence Based Approach to Embedding Resilience in the Curriculum

 Funded by the Institute for Teaching Excellence & Innovation at the University of Leeds, this project is led by Lydia Bleasdale-Hill, who will hold a 0.8 FTE secondment and will be supported by Mrs Sarah Humphreys (Co-ordinator for the School of Law’s Legal Advice Clinics) who will hold a 0.2 FTE secondment to the Institute. The joint fellowship will research the different educational cultures of Schools and Faculties across campus and, using evidence drawn from staff and student interviews, suggest how resilience might be enhanced at curricular and co-curricular levels. This project develops an earlier project on Student Wellbeing supported by Lydia’s 2015 award of a University Student Education Fellowship (£15k)