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November 2015
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MAW - Management of Academic Workloads

Organisers

Peter Barrett
Professor Barrett is  Professor of Construction and Property Management at the University of Salford where he is also a long-time member and ex-director of Salford’s 6* (top) rated Research Institute for the Built and Human Environment. He is also Chairman of SCRI, a £3M programme of research funded by the UK research council. Peter is currently the President of the CIB for 2007 - 2010. Peter has published over one hundred and seventy single volume reports and refereed papers and was PI for the LFHE project that led to this network. (CV)  

Professor Peter Barrett, (Project Lead) Room 400 Maxwell Building, University of Salford,  Salford, M5 4WT. Phone: +44 (0) 161 295 5588 Fax: +44 (0) 161 295 3862 e-mail: p.s.barrett@salford.ac.uk

Lucinda Barrett
Dr Lucinda Barrett is a Research Fellow at Salford University's Research Institute for the Built and Human Environment. Her PhD was on the subject  of 'The Management of Academic Workloads: Social and Technical Dynamics'. She has an MA in English from the University of Manchester and worked on the Revaluing Construction project as a facilitator for workshops in five countries and later coordinated an international workshop on the design of space, which included inputs from neuroscientists, designers and experts on the various human senses. She carried out the detailed research on a project on the management of academic workloads for the Leadership Foundation. See the Leadership Foundation website on the link  pages of this website for the interim report on this work. 

Lucinda Barrett (Project Research Fellow), Room 400, Maxwell Building, University of Salford, Salford, M5 4WT. Phone: +44 (0) 1298 27203 e-mail: l.c.barrett@salford.ac.uk

Please contact Peter or Lucinda for any specific queries relating to the academic and workshop content of the network.