Dr Glyn Everett

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  • Qualifications:PhD (Sociology); MA (Political Philosophy); BA (Hons) (Politics, Philosophy, Economics)
  • Position:Senior Research Fellow
  • Department:FET - Architecture and the Built Environment
  • Telephone:+4411732 83023
  • Email:Glyn.Everett@uwe.ac.uk

About me

I am a Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Architecture and Built Environment Research (CABER). 

I have previously worked on two EPSRC-funded projects looking at the multiple potential benefits of adopting a blue-green approach to flood risk management. 

A distinguishing aspect of this research was the concern for understandings and solutions to be co-constructed with stakeholders and the wider public, to ensure all feel some ownership of the end-product. 

I am now keen to pursue this work further, considering access & usability of BGI for disabled people, and how co-construction could improve this. I also intend to gain funding to conduct research around different aspects of built environment access auditing and built environment education for inclusive design.

I have a background in research around the environment, and using education and learning as tools of social empowerment, having previously conducted research around widening public engagement with natural history (Uclan), young graduates and lifelong learning (University of Surrey)  and young people with learning disabilities' experiences in Further Education (Norah Fry Research Centre, University of Bristol).

Area of expertise

Social theory and education

Public engagement in science and technology

Qualitative and participatory research methods


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