An interesting article on the benefits of mentoring and potential impact on cognitive functioning…
Katie’s research and development work with the project has been vital since the project started in Springburn Academy. She has won the Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences Impact Knowledge Exchange Competition 2017. The award recognises the ways in which Katie’s research has helped shape the development of our project and impacted on the the […]
A summary of the key dimensions of intergenerational mentoring relationships that support access to higher education and add value in the current educational landscape.
Sessions included a focus on intergenerational mentoring, social inequalities in graduate opportunities, and international perspectives on widening participation.
Research was presented in early 2016 regarding intergenerational mentoring and how it can reduce inequality in Scotland. The presentation was part of the Generations Working Together National Conference.