Staff profile

Lewis Clark

Research Assistant


College of Arts, Humanities and Education

Research centre

International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS)


Kedleston Road, Derby Campus



I am a research assistant at the International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS) at the University of Derby. My academic background is in Psychology where I graduated Northumbria University with an undergraduate BSc (Hons) Psychology degree and an MRes Psychology postgraduate degree. My role at iCeGS involves assisting team members across the whole research process on the variety of ongoing research projects within the centre. I also project manage some of the centres smaller research projects.


Recent conferences

Johnson & Johnson's Alliance Building and Training Session conference in New Brunswick, USA

Recent publications

Everitt, J., Neary, S., Delgardo, M.A. and Clark, L. (2008). Personal Guidance. What Works? London: The Careers & Enterprise Company

Harrison, N., Vigurs, K., Crockford, J., Colin, M., Squire, R., & Clark, L. (2018). Understanding the evaluation of access and participation outreach interventions for under 16 year olds.

Hanson, J., Vigurs, V., Moore, N., Everitt, J. and Clark, L.  (2019) 'Gatsby careers benchmark north east implementation pilot: interim evaluation (2015-2017)'. Derby: University of Derby.

Hanson, J., & Clark, L. (2019) Future Frontiers: The impact of career coaching on career readiness and indicators of successful transitions in Year 11 pupils. Executive Summary, May 2019. Future Frontiers.

Clark, L. (2019). Evaluation of the INSPiRED teenager programme.

Moore, N.  Vigurs, K., Everitt, J. and Clark, L  (2017). Progression for success: Evaluating North Yorkshire’s innovative careers guidance project. Final report, Northallerton: North Yorkshire County Council.