Dr Catherine Lido
- Senior Lecturer (People, Place & Social Change)
Dr. Catherine Lido is a Lecturer in Psychology, in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow. She spent the last two years working with their Urban Big Data Centre, with Prof Mike Osborne, assessing the city's learning access and metrics, as well as working with large data and multi-media data sources (details at:www.ubdc.ac.uk). She is a member of the (SJPLE) Research and Teaching Group in Social Justice, Place & Lifelong Education, as well as an associate member of the Robert Owen Research Centre in Education at Glasgow University. She was previously a Research Fellow, senior lecturer and former BSc Programme leader for the University of West London (2004-2014). Her teaching and research interests are mainly within the social psychology of education and quantitative methods in the social sciences. Dr. Lido also acts as a visiting lecturer for the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Her PhD is from the University of Sussex (2004) in the area of social psychology, and concerned gender stereotypes in job interviews. She has led and collaborated on a number of funded research projects with the ESRC and the Higher Education Academy concerning supporting under-represented student groups. She has published widely in the field of inclusion in higher education, including a recently authored book chapter in Hinton-Smith’s (2013) ‘Widening Participation in Higher Education: Casting the net wide?’ This body of work formed an ‘Impact Case Study’ and an individual submission for the 2014 REF. Recently Dr. Lido led a workshop recently for the first annual ‘Equality and Diversity in Learning and Teaching in Scottish Higher Education’ conference in Glasgow. She is passionate about inclusion, prejudice-reduction and widening participation into higher education. She is currently teaching the Psychology of Adult Learning and Cognitive Psychology at the Masters' level.
I am presently employed as a Lecturer in Psychology, in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow.he spent the last two years working with their Urban Big Data Centre, with Prof Mike Osborne, assessing the city's learning access and metrics, as well as working with large data and multi-media data sources (details at:www.ubdc.ac.uk).
I am a member of the SJPLE (Research and Teaching Group in Social Justice, Place & Lifelong Education), as well as a member of the Cradall and Pascal International Observatory networks. In this capacity all of my published work, as well as present research duties within the UBDC and SJPLE, fall within the are of widening participation into higher education and lifelong learning (particularly within the Greater Glasgow Area). I am an active member of the British Psychological Society and European Association of Social Psychologists, and am the editor of the Social Psychology Review (a publication of the BPS social section), as well as reviewer for a number of psychology and education-related journals/ publishers. I have presented widely in 2016 on Learning Cities (and lifelong learning engagement) in Mexico City (Mexico), St. Petersburg (Russia), Izmir (Turkey) as well as hosting a number of conferences at Glasgow (including co-organising the PASCAL 2016 annual conference and pre-conference).
Publications in Submission:
Osborne, M., Houston, M. and Lido, C. (In Submission). The Role of Big Data in Elucidating Learning cities Ancient, Present and Future. Philologus Supplements, Invited Series.
Osborne, M., Lido, C., Livingston, M., Thakuriah, P. & Sila-Nowicka, K. (In Submission). Older adult learning engagement in the modern city. International Journal of Lifelong Education, Invited Submission for Special Issue.
Osborne, M., and Lido, C. (2015) Lifelong learning and big data. In:Gartenschlaeger, U. and Hirsch, E. (eds.) Adult Education in an Interconnected World: Cooperation in Lifelong Learning for Sustainable Development. Series: International perspectives in adult education (71). DVV International: Bonn, pp. 116-125. ISBN 9783942755238
Stuart, M., Lido, C., Morgan, J., Solomon, L. & May, S. (2012). 'Choosing a Student lifestyle?’ Questions of taste, cultural capital and gaining a graduate job. In Hinton-Smith, T. (Ed) (2012): Widening Participation in Higher Education: Casting the net wide? London: Palgrave
Stuart, M., Lido, C. & Morgan, M. (2011). Personal Stories - How students’ social and cultural life histories interact with the field of higher education. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 30, 489-508. doi:10.1080/02601370.2011.588463
Stuart, M., Lido, C., Morgan, M., Solomon, L. & May, S. (2011). The impact of engagement with extracurricular activities on the student experience and graduate outcomes for widening participation populations. Active Learning in Higher Education, 12, 203-215. doi:10.1177/1469787411415081
Stuart, M., Lido, C., & Morgan, J. (2009). The Impact of social identity and cultural capital on different ethnic student groups at university. ESRC Published Report.
Lido, C., Lockie, B., Bergen, J. & Coulson, C. (2009). Key Statistical Skills Surgeries (KSS) to Support Widening Participation in Psychology Student Population. West London Lifelong Learning Published Report.
Stuart, M., Lido, C., & Morgan, J. (2009). Student Diversity, Extracurricular Activities and Perceptions of Graduate Outcomes. HEA Published Report.
Stuart, M., Lido, C., Morgan, S., Solomon, L., Akroyd, K. (2008). Widening participation to postgraduate study: Decisions, deterrents, and creating success. HEA Published Report.
Brown, C.A. & Lido, C. (2008). Reflexology treatment for patients with lower limb amputations and phantom limb pain—An exploratory pilot study. Complementary Therapy in Clinical Practice. 14, 124–131. doi:10.1016/j.ctcp.2007.12.006
Buckle, J., Newberg, A. Wintering, N., Hutton, E., Lido, C. & Farrar, JT. (2008). Measurement of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Associated with the M Technique–Light Massage Therapy: A Case Series and Longitudinal Study Using SPECT. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 14(8): 903-910. doi:10.1089/acm.2007.0613
Lido, C., Brown, R., Calitri, R. & Samson, A. (2006). The effects of the media priming positive and negative asylum-seeker stereotypes. ESRC Published Report.
Lido, C. (2001) A Small Group Meeting on Gender Role Research. European Bulletin of Social Psychology13(3), 36-40
6/2016 13th Pascal International Learning Cities Conference 2016 Glasgow, Scotland UK
Co-organiser; Host of Pre-Conference: Learning Cities and the Urban Big Data Centre
5/2016 Invited Keynote Education & Global Cities Conference St. Petersburg, Russia
Economic, Social & Regional Development Implications of the Learning Cities Agenda
5/2016 Invited Keynote TUSEM Annual Conference Izmir, Turkey
Why Lifelong Learning, Why Learning Cities?: Economic, Social and Regional Development implications of the Learning Cities agenda
9/2015 UNESCO Building Sustainable Learning Cities Conference Mexico City, Mexico
Using urban ‘Big Data’ to evaluate modern learning cities
5/2015 Scottish Economic Society Annual Conference Perth, Scotland UK
The Urban Big Data Centre’s Research into Literacies
3/2015 Universities Association for Lifelong Learning Glasgow, Scotland UK
The integrated Multimedia City Data Project (iMCD) at the Urban Big Data Centre
4/2014 Equality Challenge Unit: Attainment for All Glasgow, Scotland UK
The role of virtual learning environments and peer support for under-represented student groups
6/2009 Centre for Social Psychology in Ireland Limerick, Ireland
The Impact of Social Identity & Cultural Capital on Different Ethnic Student Groups.
3/2009 Centre for Applied Positive Psychology Warwick, UK
How can we best support different students in their studies?
11/2008 HE Research & Development Association Torquay, UK
Widening Participation in PG Study Action Session.
6/2008 European Association for Experimental Social Psychology Croatia
Role of stereotype threat in media priming asylum seeker stereotypes.
10/2007 Higher Education Academy Annual Conference Harrogate, UK Widening Participation in Higher Education.
9/2007 British Psychological Society, Social Section Canterbury, UK
Automatic Gender Stereotyping in Job Interviews.
9/2006 British Psychological Society, Social Section Birmingham, UK
Automatic Racism and Mimicry following Newspapers Priming Asylum Seeker Stereotypes.
7/2006 Association for Cultural Studies Istanbul, Turkey
The effects of Newspaper Media on Asylum-Seeker Stereotypes.
6/2006 British Psychological Society Cardiff, Wales UK
Poster:Automatic effects of newspapers priming asylum-seeker Stereotypes
1/2006 Society for Personality & Social Psychology Palm Springs, CA, USA
Poster: The effects of the media priming asylum-seeker stereotypes
4/2001 EAESP Small Group Meeting on Gender Role Research Graz, Austria
The automatic effects of priming gender stereotypes
Professional Training and Qualifications:
2016- Parliamentary Training for Academics Holyrood, Parliament, Scotland
2012- Postgraduate Certificate Academic Practice University of West London
2009- CPPD in Learning & Teaching Thames Valley University
Knowledge Exchange & Outreach Activities:
2015- Organised CR&DALL/ UBDC joint conference: Wellbeing and learning for a better life: Reflecting across cultures and contexts
2015- Delivered Urban Big Data Centre, Staff Training Event
Structural Equation Modelling in Social Research
2012- Hosted Higher Education Academy Seminar Series Conference; The Future of Widening Participation in HE: Revisiting WP Policy & Practice in 2013
2010- Recipient of the Institute for Teaching and Learning Grant (UWL) as a Technology Enhanced Learning Champion
2009 Hosted Higher Education Academy Seminar Series Conference; Higher Education Students & Ethnicity: Lessons from Research (Access & Success for All Initiative)
2005-2009 Nominated as Blackboard Champion promoting ‘Blended learning’
2004-2008 Delivered UWL Masterclasses regarding raising aspirations of young people
2007- Presented at Amnesty International Refugee Week, Oxford
2004-2006 Developed and delivered Staff Training and Associate modules (open to the general public)in SPSS, Qualitative Methods and ‘Think Psychology’
Professional Bodies & Commitments:
2016- Granted Chartered Membership British Psychological Society; Editor of Social Psychology Review
2015- Editor Cradall Working Paper Series, University of Glasgow
2014- Invited Reviewer Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice
2013- Invited Reviewer Journal of Curriculum and Teaching
2012- Present Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
2009- Present Book Reviewer for Pearson/ Wiley
2000- Present EASP- Active member of the European Association of Social Psychology.
I am also a fully qualified Pilates instructor and intend to obtain further certification to work with special populations- including pregnant women, older adults and those recovering from serious injuries.
11/2007- 12/2009 Co-Investigator Economic & Social Research Council
‘The Impact of Social Identity and Cultural Capital on Different Ethnic Student Groups at
University.’ In Collaboration with Prof Mary Stuart (Kingston University)
9/2008- 8/2009 Primary Investigator West Focus Stimulus Grant
‘Hypermobility Public Awareness Project.’
8/2008- 7/2009 Primary Investigator West London Lifelong Learning
‘Key Statistical Skills Surgeries for a Widening Participation Student Population.’
9/2007- 9/2008 Co-Investigator Higher Education Academy
‘Student Diversity, extra-curricular activities and perceptions of graduate outcomes.’8/2006- 8/2007 Co-Investigator Higher Education Academy
‘Widening Participation and Continuing to Postgraduate Education: Decision making, deterrents and creating success.’
10/2004- 10/2005 Primary Investigator Economic & Social Research Council
‘Effects of the media priming positive & negative asylum-seeker stereotypes on thoughts & behaviours.’ Collaboration with Prof Rupert Brown (U. of Sussex)