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Dr. Joseph Roche

Associate Professor (Education)

Dr Joseph Roche is a researcher and lecturer at Trinity College Dublin. He is Director of Research for the School of Education and leads international research projects investigating the role of science in society. He has worked at NASA and is a visiting scholar at Harvard. He is a Fellow of Trinity College Dublin and is the author of the textbook "Essential Skills for Early Career Researchers". Joseph leads the Science & Society research group at Trinity College and welcomes queries from prospective Masters and Ph.D. students who are interested in the following topics: citizen science, science communication, higher education science, informal science learning, and public engagement with science.
  Astrophysics   Citizen Science   Evaluation and Impact Assessment   higher education science   Informal Learning   Public Engagement   Science & Society   SCIENCE COMMUNICATION   Science Education
Roche, J., Essential Skills for Early Career Researchers, London, UK, SAGE Publications Ltd, 2022, 1 - 191pp, Book, PUBLISHED  URL  URL
Roche, J., Smyth, F., Joubert, M., Cumberbatch, L., Masuda, I., & Massarani, L., Global perspectives: overcoming the barriers, ECSITE Annual Conference, Heilbronn, June 2nd-4th, 2022, Conference Paper, PRESENTED  URL
Mwakitalu, A., Murphy, S.P., Roche, J., An Exploration of Female Academics: Opportunities for Career Progression into Leadership Roles in Tanzanian Higher Learning Institutions, Asian Studies International Journal, 9th International Conference on Gender & Women"s Studies, National University of Singapore Society, July 2022, 2022, pp73 - 81, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  URL  Other
Hurley, M., Rhinehart, A., Bell, P., Brown, A., Price, N., & Roche, J., Designing for future action: How STEAM programming can support youth engagement in community changemaking projects, Connected Science Learning, 4, (1), 2022, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Achiam, M., Kupper, J. F. H., & Roche, J., Inclusion, reflection and co-creation: responsible science communication across the globe, Journal of Science Communication, 21, (4), 2022, p1 - 8, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI  URL
Jensen, A. M., Jensen, E. A., Duca, E., Daly, J., Mundow, N., & Roche, J. , How does moving public engagement with research online change audience diversity? Comparing inclusion indicators for 2019 & 2020 European Researchers' night events, PLoS ONE, 17, (3), 2022, p1 - 11, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI  URL
Roche, J., How to Support Academic Writing for Museum Professionals, Museum International, 74, (1-2), 2022, p158 - 161, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL  URL
Learning in Citizen Science in, editor(s)K. Vohland, A. Land-Zandstra, L. Ceccaroni, R. Lemmens, J. Perelló, M. Ponti, R. Samson, & K. Wagenknecht , The Science of Citizen Science, Cham, Switzerland, Springer Nature, 2021, pp283 - 308, [Kloetzer, L., Lorke, J., Roche, J., Golumbic, Y., Winter, S., & Jõgeva, A. ], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI  URL
Davies, S. R., Wells, R., Zollo, F., & Roche, J., The landscape of European science communication: A field in transformation?, PCST (The Public Communication of Science and Technology Network Conference), Virtual/Online, 2021, Conference Paper, PRESENTED
Bell, P. L., Hurley, M., Roche, J., & Price, N., Using Reflection Practices to Refine Facilitator Practices in an Informal STEAM Program, AERA, American Educational Research Association Conference, Online/Virtual, 2021, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED

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