Berenice Golding holds two part-time roles in the School of Human and Health Sciences, University of Huddersfield. She is a Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences and the School Director for Equality, Diversity.
Berenice joined the University in 2001, as a mature student, before going on to complete her Undergraduate degree and Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE). She embarked on a 1 +3 ESRC funded studentship. Berenice was awarded her PhD in 2011 for her research: Exploring the lived experiences of egg share donors: can women consent to share their eggs? She developed an interest in public engagement whilst doing her PhD.
Her research interests are eclectic and include diversity, equality, health and well-being, inclusivity, and social justice. Berenice has recently been involved in a multi-disciplinary project that explored representations of dementia in children’s picturebooks.