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Dr. Julia Everitt is a Research Fellow in the Centre for the Study of Practice and Culture in Education (CSPACE). She is the Faculty Lead for the Postgraduate Certificate in Research Practice and the co-lead for the Communities of Practice for Doctoral Supervision which is a professional development programme for staff.

She is a researcher, a member of the postgraduate teaching team and involved in researcher and staff development. Julia is a member of the Practitioner Education (PERG) Research Cluster, and the Space, Time and Everyday Life Cluster (STERG). Julia also performs external roles for the British Sociological Association (BSA) and the British Education Studies Association (BESA).

Julia’s current research interests are focused on higher education and include doctoral supervision, doctoral education, access to higher education and education partnerships. Since 2014, Julia has been involved in many research projects across higher education, colleges and schools in terms of tackling inequalities, social justice, widening participation and exploring student experiences.

Julia has worked in education for 20 years in roles within Further Education, Schools, Higher Education (HE) and her own social enterprise. During this time she qualified as an FE Lecturer, was a Community Learning Manager working with colleges, schools and the community, through the local authority. Julia moved into higher education research in 2014.
Birmingham City University
Research Interests
higher education, doctoral education, doctoral supervision, educational partnerships