School lecturer wins RETF Research Output Prize

Dylan Tutt imageDr Dylan Tutt has won second prize on The Research Endowment Trust Fund Best Research Output Prize 2014 competition for the Faculty of Science. It was awarded for his article, entitled "Building networks to work: an ethnographic study of informal routes into the UK construction industry and pathways for migrant up-skilling", in the journal Construction Management & Economics. The prize came with the following citation from the Dean:

'In this paper, Dylan develops - as part of a team with colleagues in Loughborough and Australia - new knowledge about the dynamics of Eastern European migrant construction worker employment experiences and practices in Crewe. The research demonstrates how informal networks intersect with formal elements of the sector to facilitate both recruitment and up-skilling, and provides valuable insights into this important social development.'

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