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Future Leaders Fellowship awarded to expert in digital accessibility

Published: 7 May 2019

Dr Sarah Lewthwaite, who teaches digital accessibility at the University of Southampton, has been recognised for her innovate work in the field through a UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Future Leaders Fellowship.

Sarah, who is based within the University’s Centre for Research in Inclusion, a part of the Southampton Education School, has become one of the first 50 academics in the UK to be awarded this prestigious Fellowship.

Her project, which has been awarded over £650,000 from UKRI, will delve into digital accessibility education at the university and in the workplace, establishing this as a field of academic research and will forge new collaborations and dialogue between academia and industry.

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