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Research Programmes

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Research Programmes and Interdisciplinary Research

Interdisciplinary research

The major challenges in education are interdisciplinary: ranging from the need to address the rising prevalence of poor mental health among children and young people, to global inequalities in educational outcomes. In response to this, the Faculty encourages interdisciplinary collaborations both across the Faculty itself, and across the University of Cambridge.

Many of our researchers are engaged with University Strategic Research Initiatives, Networks, and Interdisciplinary Research Centres, often in leadership roles. Among many others, these include:

Research programmes

Examples of our many large-scale, externally funded research programmes include::

Current and recently-completed research projects

Current and recently-completed research projects are listed here. The projects are listed chronologically, with the most recently-funded first. The list includes:

  • Externally-funded projects
  • Personal Research Fellowships
  • Projects internally-funded through the transforming Practice Research Programme

Research Programmes