Podcast | Black in Academia: Staying the Course Launch

  Black in Academia: Staying the Course This event series has been designed to encourage and support black students who are studying in the UK and considering a Masters, PhD or career in academia. Often, information about the steps students need to take to progress through academia is not transparent, easily accessible or well circulated. […]

Chantelle Lewis, Programme Director (Black in Academia)

Chantelle is an activist, researcher, sociologist and podcaster based at Goldsmiths college. Chantelle’s activist work is focused on structural racism, accountability, and class inequality. Chantelle brings to Leading Routes her sociological research experience in ‘race’ and manifestations of racism, events organising and delivery and her keen appetite in exposing and overcoming manifestations of institutional racism. […]

Paulette Williams, Founder

Paulette Williams has worked in higher education for over a decade leading widening participation and student success projects. She has worked on a range of access projects including tutoring and mentoring programmes in schools, sustained engagement initiatives for students in further education and most recently an institution-wide project addressing the BME attainment gap. Paulette grew […]

UCAS Application – Sophie Tuhey

Delivered by Sophie Tuhey at the Leading Routes Paths to University Success event for parents and carers on Saturday 8 April 2017