Mary is an experienced researcher having a wide range of research interests spanning from sustainability, behaviour change, transport and wellbeing. Her research skills include both qualitative and quantitative methods such as survey design, in depth interviews and focus groups. She is currently applying her experience to iROWE projects looking at the Preston Model and workplace wellness.
Mary is currently the Research Assistant for iROWE (Institute for Research in Work, Organisations and Employment)
Prior to joining iROWE, Mary worked for the Institute for Transport and Tourism. Her work during this time included developing a monitoring method for a long distance cycle trail, a desk review for a European Parliament report and a collaboration project based on design thinking and interviews with cyclists to map and explore cyclists’ behaviour.
- M.Sc. Environmental Science, Lund University, 2005
- B.A. Environmental Studies (Policy), Eckerd College, 2001
- Behaviour Change