I have received several grants which allowed me to develop resources and engage in projects aimed at facilitating student learning and promoting equality and diversity in teaching. I now aim to use the experience I gained in applying for this funding in developing larger research grant projects.

Funded projects:

2014 Effective Resource Use for Undergraduate Philosophy Students

Teaching Development Award Scheme
University of St Andrews

Development of an on-line module introducing undergraduate students to independent research: finding sources through the library catalogue, Google Scholar, and by following reference lists; evaluating resources; referencing and plagiarism.
2015 What is art? An annotated reading list

Curriculum Diversification Grant
American Society for Aesthetics

Development of a detailed annotated reading list, complete with background reading, organized into modules covering central issues related to the problem of art classification, in a way which will promote diversity at the heart of mainstream aesthetics and philosophy of art.
2015 Diversity Reading List in Philosophy

Strategic Funding Scheme Grant,
School of Philosophy, Religion and
History of Science
University of Leeds

Initial development of the ethics section in the Diversity Reading List, a resource for lecturers who would like to promote equality and diversity by including works of authors from under-represented groups in their teaching.
2015 Diversity Reading List in Philosophy

Principal's Teaching Award Scheme,
University of Edinburgh

Further development of the metaphysics, epistemology and philosophy of science sections in the Diversity Reading List.
2015 Diversity Reading List in Philosophy

Further Funding grant,
Society for Applied Philosophy

Development of the applied philosophy section of the Diversity Reading List.
Scottish Aesthetics Forum

Seminar series grant,
British Society for Aesthetics

Organisation and running of a seminar series aimed at popularising philosophical aesthetics in Scotland.
2015-18 Diversity Reading List in Philosophy

Project Development Grant,
British Philosophical Association

Further development and management of the Diversity Reading List.