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About Rachel Bromnick

I joined the University in 1994, having completed my BSc and PhD at the University of Hull.

Department Responsibilities

Module co-ordinator: Research Skills I (year 1 core module) Psychology at Work (year two core module) , Advanced Multivariate Statistics (year three elective) I also supervise research projects across all years.  I run a peer assisted learning programme for statistics.  I am the School employability lead and chair the College Employability Working party. I also coordinate the Pedagogical Research open Forum (PROF group)

Qualifications

  • PhD in Psychology — Hull University, 1996
  • BSc (hons) Psychology, 1st class — Hull University, 1991
  • Registered General Nurse — St Mary’s Hospital, London, 1987
  • Thesis title ‘Psychosocial perspectives of sport and exercise participation during adolescence’.

Awards

  • Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award — University of Lincoln,
  • ‘Inspiring Teacher’ Award (nomination) — University of Lincoln Student Union,
  • Team travel grant — Higher Education Academy,
  • UROS project: Peer support for statistics teaching — CERD, University of Lincoln,
  • The Union Award (for outstanding contribution to enhancing the stude — University of Lincoln Student Union,
  • Employability project grant : Psychology Interview vodcasts — Higher Education Academy,
  • UROS project: Enhancing Employability — CERD, University of Lincoln,
  • EROS project: Employability x-factor — CERD, University of Lincoln,
  • EROS project: Evaluation toolkit — CERD, University of LIncoln,
  • International Travel Award — Jacobs Foundation,
  • Tutor’s prize — Hull University,

Research Interests

  • career values and aspirations

  • Emerging Adulthood

  • employability

Research Groups Memberships

  • PROF group
  • Identity and Social Relationships

Research Projects

  • Investigating premature packing away behaviours in lecturers — Student Engagement and Educational Development (SEED), UoL in 2015
  • “An investigation into levels of interest in Dementia and older adult volunteering — UROS in 2014
  • Exploring the career aspirational orientation of STEM and non-STEM undergraduates — College of Social Science in 2013

Research in the Lincoln Repository


Professional Affiliations

  • British Psychological Society — Chartered Member
  • BPS Division for Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology (DARTP) — Member
  • Association of Professionals in Services with Adolescence — Member
  • Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood — Member