Dr Kahryn Hughes awarded a National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) Senior Fellowship

The University of Leeds becomes a designated NCRM Centre Partner as part of the Senior Fellowship awarded to Dr Kahryn Hughes, Associate Professor of Sociology.

Dr Hughes’ role will involve commissioning and supporting the delivery of qualitative research methods training to all UK social scientists for the next four years.

The first event hosted by the University of Leeds, ‘Making a Difference with Qualitative Longitudinal Research’, is an online interactive workshop aimed at post-doctoral or established researchers. The workshop will be delivered by Professor Bren Neale, Emeritus Professor of life course and family research in the School of Sociology and Social Policy. 

The NCRM was established by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) in 2004. Its current focus is delivering a comprehensive programme of cutting-edge research methods training across the UK. 

Visit the NCRM website to find out more.