Dr Emily Ennis
As the Research and Impact Manager of the CDRC, I work with academic colleagues and external stakeholders to identify and generate impact emerging from the CDRC’s research projects. I also oversee both research and impact strategies related to the Centre, and support individual researchers throughout the lifecycle of their projects. I also provide support for interns and postgraduates engaging in research within the CDRC.
Previously, and after completing my PhD in 2016, I have held academic teaching positions at Leeds, Newcastle, and Bishop Grosseteste Universities. I continue to research and write academic publications in literary studies and visual cultures of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
About the CDRC
The ESRC Consumer Data Research Centre was established in 2014 to lead academic engagement between industry and the social sciences and utilise consumer data for academic research purposes. We provide unique insight into a diverse range of societal and economic challenges in collaboration with a wide range of consumer data providers:
Using consumer data to provide unique insight into a diverse range of societal and economic challenges.
Working with more than 30 data owners to make consumer available to trusted researchers.
Education and Training
Offering a range of data analytics programmes and events for academic and non-academic researchers.
Working with industry partners to better understand consumer behaviour, provide context to problems and improve strategic decision making.
Public Sector Collaborations
Working with public sector partners to provide data expertise to provide context to problems and contribute to the wider understanding of societal issues.
Find out more at cdrc.ac.uk
- BA English Literature and Language, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, Sep 2008 - Jul 2011
- MA English Literature, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, Sep 2011 - Sep 2012
- PhD English, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, Oct 2012 - Nov 2016