Dr Se Kwang Hwang
Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing
What area does your research focus on?
My research is focuses on disability (especially autism) and intersectionality. So, my research interests encompass autism assessment, cultural models of disability, disability activism in international context, disabled parents and their family, ageing with an impairment, disability in international context, social exclusion, disabled people in the workplace, learning difficulties, and disability policy and law.
What are the other key aspects of your role?
I, as a department Ethic Lead, support academic and research staff, module leads, supervisors, and PhD students who have issues with research ethics. I also provide dissertation supervision for PGT programmes and lead many modules for UG programmes.
What do you like to do outside of work?
Outside of work I enjoy running, walking, listening classical music, watching movies and playing Lego.
What do you think you could particularly offer mentoring support with?
- Developing research journey and real world impact
- Navigating white-male dominated academic cultures via a researcher from global south