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Dr Dean Stroud

Lecturer

Ysgol y Gwyddorau Cymdeithasol

Email:
stroudda1@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44(0) 29 2087 7406
Location:
Room 2.39, Glamorgan Building, Glamorgan Building

Dean Stroud is a lecturer in education at the Cardiff School of Social Sciences. The principal focus of his research is skill needs and training and workplace learning. Other areas of interest include the labour process and industrial relations, workforce reconfiguration and equality and diversity. More recently his research has focused on $acirc; green$acirc; and sustainability issues, particularly with regard to $acirc; green$acirc; skills and jobs and transitions from high to low carbon economies.

Current Writing

Stroud, D. (with Fairbrother, P., Blake, J. and Evans, C.) Jobs and skills in transition from high to low carbon economies Urban Studies (Under Review)

Stroud, D. (with Hopkins, A. and Crayford, A.) Higher Education and Industry Collaborations: Insights from a $acirc; successful$acirc; case study Education Engineering (in progress)

Stroud, D. (with Evans, C.) $acirc; Greening steel work: Varieties of capitalism, the green skills agenda and the "greening" of the labour process$acirc; in M. Hauptmeier and M. Vidal (Ed) The Comparative Political Economy of Work and Employment Relations PalgraveMacMillan (forthcoming)

Stroud, D. (with Evans, C.) The green skills agenda and the $acirc; greening$acirc; of apprenticeships Education and Work (in progress)

Current Research

530K $acirc; Leonardo da Vinci Multilateral Projects: Development of Innovation Greening Technical VET - Sustainable Training Module for the European Steel Industry (2011-2013)  

20K $acirc; Developing Geelong: An international study of successful economic transitions

Forthcoming Conferences

Evans, C., Blake, J., Fairbrother, P. and Stroud, D. (2013) Jobs and skills: $acirc; Green$acirc; jobs and Decent Jobs Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand Conference Work, Employment and Employment Relations in an Uneven Patchwork World 6-8 February, 2013 The Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Education

  • PhD in Sociology of Education (School of Education, Cardiff University) Title: $acirc; The Social Construction of Labour Markets by Students in Higher Education$acirc; .
  • MSc Econ. Social Science Research Methods (School of Social and Administrative Studies, Cardiff University).
  • BSc Econ. Sociology (School of Social and Administrative Studies, Cardiff University)

Academic Employment

2008 $acirc; Present Lecturer (F/T) A range of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching across the fields of sociology and education; Undergraduate, Masters, PhD and Professional Doctorate dissertation supervision.

2006 $acirc; 2008       Research Associate/Project Manager (F/T) Centre Manager and researcher attached to the Regeneration Institute (RI), Cardiff University. Development of research capacity and profile of the RI. Also managing the Equality and Diversity Learning in the European Steel Industry (Leonardo Project); The Practices and Process of Workplace learning in the British Steel Industry: A Case Study (SKOPE).

2004 $acirc; 2006       Research Associate/Project Manager (80%) Equality and Diversity Learning in the European Steel Industry (Leonardo Project); Workplace Education: Exploring the efficacy of workplace learning strategies and the potential for poorly qualified employees$acirc; engagement with new learning opportunities (Nuffield) and The Practices and Process of Workplace learning in the British Steel Industry: A Case Study (SKOPE); ESRC Identities Programme: Working Class Identities of Ex-Steelworkers in Ebbw Vale $acirc; (Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University).

2001 $acirc; 2004       Research Associate (F/T) Leonardo Da Vinci funded pilot project entitled $acirc; New Steel Industry Challenges Project$acirc; (Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University)

2001 $acirc; 2001       Research Associate (0.5) Welsh Assembly Government funded investigation entitled $acirc; Independent Investigation on Student Hardship and Funding$acirc; (Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University)

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Aelodaethau proffesiynol

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
  • Australian Research Council (ARC) Proposal Assessor
  • Member of DYSG Research Forum (Learning and Skills Development Agency for Wales)
  • Member of DYSG Equality Network Forum (Learning and Skills Development Agency for Wales)
  • An associate member of DYSG (Learning and Skills Development Agency for Wales)
  • Expert Advisor $acirc; European Metalworkers$acirc; Federation Steel Select Social Dialogue Committee on Workforce Development, Recruitment and Retention
  • Discussant to the ESRC Waste of the World Programme (Steel Project)
  • Associate member of SKOPE
  • Reviewer $acirc; Economic and Industrial Democracy
  • Reviewer $acirc; Sociology

Safleoedd academaidd blaenorol

2008 – Present Lecturer (F/T) A range of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching across the fields of sociology and education; Undergraduate, Masters, PhD and Professional Doctorate dissertation supervision.

2006 – 2008    Research Associate/Project Manager (F/T) Centre Manager and researcher attached to the Regeneration Institute (RI), Cardiff University. Development of research capacity and profile of the RI. Also managing the Equality and Diversity Learning in the European Steel Industry (Leonardo Project); The Practices and Process of Workplace learning in the British Steel Industry: A Case Study (SKOPE).

2004 – 2006    Research Associate/Project Manager (80%) Equality and Diversity Learning in the European Steel Industry (Leonardo Project); Workplace Education: Exploring the efficacy of workplace learning strategies and the potential for poorly qualified employees' engagement with new learning opportunities (Nuffield) and The Practices and Process of Workplace learning in the British Steel Industry: A Case Study (SKOPE); ESRC Identities Programme: Working Class Identities of Ex-Steelworkers in Ebbw Vale – (Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University).

2001 – 2004    Research Associate (F/T) Leonardo Da Vinci funded pilot project entitled 'New Steel Industry Challenges Project' (Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University)

2001 – 2001    Research Associate (0.5) Welsh Assembly Government funded investigation entitled 'Independent Investigation on Student Hardship and Funding' (Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University)

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I teach and have taught on the following modules for Cardiff School of Social Sciences:                      

Undergraduate

  • SIO005: Education and Society (1st Year)
  • SIO124: Introduction to Social Science Research Methods (1st Year);
  • SIO173: Introduction to Sociology (1st Year)
  • SIO176: Contemporary Sociology of Education (2nd Year),
  • SIO030: Social Research Methods (2nd Year);
  • SIO158: Globalisation and Social Change (3rd Year)
  • SIO151: Conflict and Change in Educational Policy (3rd Year) $acirc; Module Convenor;
  • SIO220: Equality and Diversity in Education and Work (3rd Year) $acirc; Module Convenor

Postgraduate

  • SIT103: Strategies of Applied Research;
  • SIT146: Restructuring industrial sectors in a global world: the European steel industry $acirc; Module Convenor;
  • SIT121: Learning and working in FE and the Post Compulsory Sector;
  • SIT087: Foundations of Educational Research $acirc; Module Convenor.

Supervision

Undergraduate, Masters, PhD and Professional Doctorate dissertation supervision.

PhD Students

  • Jean Pia: Labour Supply Arrangements in the Philippine Seafaring Industry
  • Ralph Busier: Labour Conditions in the Open Seas: A Study of Philippine Union Dynamics

Current Prof Doctorate Supervision

  • Janet Stephens: Lifelong Learning in Russell Group Universities: its demise or a bright coalition future

Administrative Duties

  • UG Education Co-ordinator
  • University and College Union Rep (School of Social Sciences)
  • Steering Group $acirc; Centre for Global Labour Research
  • Undergraduate Year Tutor

Dean Stroud is a lecturer in education at the Cardiff School of Social Sciences. The principal focus of his research is skill needs and training and workplace learning. Other areas of interest include the labour process and industrial relations, workforce reconfiguration and equality and diversity. More recently his research has focused on 'green' and sustainability issues, particularly with regard to 'green' skills and jobs and transitions from high to low carbon economies.

Current Research

1.8M - WaterWatt: The Project WaterWatt “Improvement of energy efficiency in industrial water circuits using gamification for online self-assessment, benchmarking and economic decision support”, which started at 1st of April 2016, has the main objective of increasing energy efficiency in industrial water circuits. http://www.waterwatt.eu/

530K – Leonardo da Vinci Multilateral Projects: Development of Innovation Greening Technical VET - Sustainable Training Module for the European Steel Industry (2011-2013)

20K – Developing Geelong: An international study of successful economic transitions