Loughborough University London EDI Research Showcase

Ground floor, Loughborough University London

An image of 20 plus people congregating at an event, on the ground floor of the Loughborough London campus

The Loughborough London Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee is holding our first-ever EDI Research Showcase to highlight all of the excellent research taking place on our campus in the EDI space.

All staff and students are invited to join us on the Ground Floor from 11:00-12:45 for poster presentations showcasing the equality, diversity and inclusion research taking place on our campus. Our presenters look forward to discussing their projects with you and identifying potential new collaborations.


"An Exploration of Women's Leadership Experiences Across the Sport Industry: A Critical Feminist Perspective" by Kiki Christofi

"Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace" by Dr Debbie Eagle

"University Assistive Technology" by Sylvia Easy-Hemmings

"Lets be Active Together: How a Student-led Anti-Racism Project Became a Career" by Rhianna Garrett and Iman Khan

"Investigating Social Media Engagement with the International Paralympic Committee’s WeThe15 Campaign: Insights from Tokyo 2020 and Beijing 2022" by Dr Andrea Geurin, Dr Lauren Burch, Dr Emily Hayday, Professor Aaron CT Smith, & Fiona Abades-Barclay

"Media Framing of the International Paralympic Committee's WeThe15 Disability Inclusion Campaign During Tokyo 2020 and Beijing 2022: A Comparative Analysis" by Dr Andrea Geurin, Dr Emily Hayday, and Siena Morgan

"The Effectiveness of Sponsorship as a Mechanism for Growing Women's Football in the United Kingdom" by Bethany Hushon

"Climate Heroes: Design for Climate Leadership in East London Muslim Community" by Dr Ksenija Kuzmina and Dr Antonia Liguori

"Immersive Storytelling for Inclusive Innovation" by Dr Lora Markova

"Learning from OneTech: Recommendations for Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Initiatives in Tech and Start-Up" by Dr Angela Martinez Dy

"Romaphobia in an Age of Populism: Visual Culture in UK Media" by Professor Aidan McGarry and Dr Petre Breazu

"LGBT+ Staff Network"" by Asia Teagle

No booking is necessary