Special Interest Group in Creativity Research

The Special Interest Group was established in 2012 to harness the interest and research activities of Regent’s staff in the area of Creativity Research. Research into creativity encompasses a number of streams, such as education, technology, business and culture. The group is organised by Dr Sylvie Studente and Dr Filia Garivaldis.

The group is open to staff and research students at Regent's University London with an interest in undertaking research activity related to the multi-disciplinary area of study on creativity.

Ideally we seek members who currently hold or are working towards a doctoral degree and/or have an established research profile. We also welcome new academics looking to become involved in research as well as research students of Regent’s University.

Objectives of the group

The aims and objectives central to the group are to:

  • Encourage and involve group members in research projects
  • Develop a group of research active staff producing outputs for journals and conferences
  • Encourage pedagogic as well as other applications of research to inform teaching practice
  • Encourage collaboration between faculties to pool research skills and experience
  • Create an appropriately resourced research environment
  • Adopt an active role in building and developing capacity and capability for funding (internal and external) and publication

For more information contact:
Dr. Sylvie Studente: sylvie.studente@regents.ac.uk

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