CV

Dr. John Jerrim BSc, MSc, PhD

Latest full CV as of December 2015: JJ_CV

Education

BSc Economics, 1st Class Honours Degree, University of Southampton 2005.

MSc Social Statistics, Distinction, University of Southampton 2007.

PhD Social Statistics, University of Southampton 2011.

Academic Employment

Reader in Educational and Social Statistics, October 2012 – present, Institute of Education, University College London.

Lecturer in Economics and Social Statistics, October 2012 – present, Institute of Education, University of London.

ESRC Post-Doctoral Fellow, November 2011 – October 2012, Institute of Education, University of London.

Quantitative Research Officer, August 2010 – November 2011, Institute of Education, University of London.

Awards and scholarships

ESRC ‘Early career impact award’ – value of £10,000.

Awarded prize for the ‘best presentation’ at the British Educational Research Association Early Career Researcher conference 2012.

Awarded prize as the ‘most promising PhD student in the quantitative social sciences’ at the University of Southampton, January 2010.

ESRC 1 + 3 Research Studentship 2006-2010.

ESRC Advanced Quantitative Methods Stipend 2006-2010.

Grants (Principle investigator)

Education Endowment Fund, ‘Chess in Schools and Communities: A randomized control trial, March 2013 – September 2016.

Education Endowment Fund, ‘Maths Mastery in secondary schools: A randomized control trial, December 2012 – September 2018.

ESRC Post-doctoral Fellowship, ‘Labour market and educational expectations of adolescents and young adults’, £106,391, November 2011 – October 2012.

British Academy small grant, ‘University access amongst disadvantaged children: a cross-country comparison’, £7,010, April 2012 – October 2013.

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