Fellowship Showcase: Exploring Student Expectations and Motivations

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  • Time: 10:00-11:00

LITE Fellow, and Associate Professor in Criminal Justice and Criminology. Suzanne Young  will showcase the findings of her LITE project, Transitions through university: Exploring expectations and motivations of undergraduate students to date. Suzanne will cover motivations for going to university, expectations of courses, and considering where students go upon graduation. The findings are based on secondary data analysis and an empirical survey of Criminology students, however, much of the findings are applicable across disciplines and offer scope for further projects. This session will be of relevance to anyone interested in student transitions, student expectations, awarding gaps and employability.

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