Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods
Sefydliad Ymchwil Gymdeithasol ac Economaidd, Data a Dulliau Cymru

Research Team

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Professor Chris Taylor - Director, WISERD, Cardiff University

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Trisha Maynard  - Co-director, Canterbury Christ Church University

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David Blackaby  - WISERD, Swansea University

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Rhys Davies - WISERD, Cardiff University

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Laurence Moore - Cardiff University

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Ian Plewis  - Manchester University

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Professor Sally Power - WISERD, Cardiff University

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Dr Sam Waldron - Research Associate, WISERD, Cardiff University

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Mirain Rhys - Research Associate, WISERD, Cardiff University

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Liza James - Project Administrator, WISERD, Cardiff University

Further information

We will regularly update this website with information and news about the evaluation. The website will also provide a facility for anyone to offer comments and discuss the Foundation Phase and our evaluation.

If you would like to receive news and updates on the research project, please email your contact details to fpevaluation@cardiff.ac.uk

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