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Dr Julie Clark is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Social Policy. Her primary research focus is urban and regional policy, with a special interest in the impacts of the urban environment on social inclusion, health and wellbeing. Transport, sustainable travel and urban mobility form a recurrent theme in her research and Julie is currently the Principal Investigator on an Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council funded project for the DecarboN8 network, exploring modal shift in transport and the social acceptability of policy. She recently served for three years as Associate Director (Methods Hub) with the Economic and Social Research Council Doctoral Training Partnership at the Scottish Graduate School for Social Science. Julie was previously the research lead, project-managing the award-winning GoWell East Research and Learning Programme, an award-winning five-year, mixed methods research project investigating regeneration interventions and the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Drawing on her track record of applied, policy-relevant social research, Julie has given evidence to government committees to inform policy development in the fields of urban transport, housing, physical activity and wellbeing.  Addressing social and policy challenges through engagement with community and policy stakeholders is fundamental to Julie’s research field and she is deeply committed to collaboration between academic research, policy and the wider community.

 

External positions

Associate Director, Scottish Graduate School for Social Sciences

1 Oct 201730 Sep 2020

Keywords

  • H Social Sciences (General)
  • HE Transportation and Communications
  • JS Local government Municipal government
  • JN1187 Scotland
  • RA0421 Public health. Hygiene. Preventive Medicine
  • GV Recreation Leisure

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