Dr Nomisha Kurian
Nomisha is a Teaching Associate who completed her PhD on children’s wellbeing at the Cambridge Faculty of Education. She recently became the first Education researcher to win the Cambridge Applied Research Award and also received the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Social Impact. Her research currently examines the ethics of AI for child wellbeing. Previously, as a Yale University Henry Fellow, she used human rights law to design an anti-bullying framework for marginalised youth. Her work has most recently been published in the Oxford Review of Education, the British Educational Research Journal, and the International Journal of Human Rights. She co-chairs the University of Cambridge Wellbeing and Inclusion in Education Special Interest Group and has consulted for the World Bank, Plan International and the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies.