Jenny Reynolds Evidence and Evaluation Coordinator
Working with academic and research support staff to evidence and evaluate the impact of their research, focusing on impact case study submissions for REF 2020.
Jenny is responsible for supporting academics and research support staff to identify, capture and evidence the impact of their research through:
- advising on pathways to impact and research impact planning
- advising on approaches to monitoring and evaluation of impact
- providing support around gathering evidence of impact
- supporting the Research Excellence Framework (REF) process, with a focus on delivering high quality REF impact case studies
- supporting the communication and dissemination of our impactful research
- helping to embed a culture of impact across the university
Research Associate, OnePlusOne.
- family relationships
- inter-parental conflict and outcomes for children
- innovations in family support
Reducing the impact of interparental conflict on children in families affected by alcohol misuse (Department of Health and Social Care and Department of Work and Pensions Innovation Funding).
Jenny’s career started as a researcher within government. Before this she working as senior researcher in a third sector relationships organisation, pioneering research-based innovation in family support.
Following this, Jenny worked as an independent research consultant across government and the third sector, providing support around research and evaluation, grant applications and writing for non-academic audiences.
- BA English and French Literature
- MSc Social Research Methods
- MSc Global Ageing and Policy, focused on the policy challenges and opportunities associated with ageing over the lifecourse