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Dr Ronda Gowland-Pryde BA, MA, PGCE (PCET), PhD

Public Engagement Spectrum Manager, Engagement Hubs Lead

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Ronda is the Spectrum Manager Lead for the Community Engagement Hubs (Health and Wellbeing, Nature and Biodiversity and Future Cities) which bring together members of the University and wider Southampton community with a shared interest.

With a PhD from the Southampton Education School, Ronda has over twenty years of experience working within community engagement in a multidisciplinary research context as an engagement, learning and research professional within the arts and cultural sector and formerly as Head of Engagement and Research at John Hansard Gallery (2000-2018). In 2014, Ronda received a MARSH Award from the National Association of Gallery Education (Engage) for excellence and innovation in gallery education.

Passionate about holistic approaches to engaged-research and community-university engagement, she is also currently a lead researcher for the ambitious Connecting Culture research programme, exploring the impact of Southampton’s Culture Quarter on the lives of children and young people. Commissioned by Arts and Culture at the University of Southampton, the research was recently awarded funding from Arts Council England.

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Creating identity through the arts

Re/creations collective: Kristianne Drake, Xavier Fiddes and Dr Ronda Gowland-Pryde

In Crime and Consequence, The Monument Fellowship Trust, CLINKS

Pages 180-183 I November 2019


Dr Ronda Gowland-Pryde
Room 1055, Building 23
Highfield Campus
University of Southampton

Room Number: 23/1059

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