Biography

Dr Jeanette Cossar joined the School as a lecturer in 2006. Her undergraduate degree was a BA (Hons) in Social and Political Sciences from Cambridge University. Following this she completed an MA in Philosophy as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Memphis. After working for several years in further education and the social care field, Jeanette came to UEA in 2002 to study for her masters degree in Social Work. After this she worked as a childcare social worker in a local authority area team working in intake and assessment and with looked after children. In both teaching and research Jeanette is interested in service user perspectives on welfare services, particularly how children and young people understand and participate in child protection services. Jeanette has an interest in involving service users in research, and has recently worked with young researchers on two research studies for the Office of the Children’s Commissioner for England. Within the School she is Director of Learning and Teaching Quality.

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