Dr Reynold’s key research interests include entrepreneurial and innovative action towards sustainability, inclusive development, the circular bioeconomy, and qualitative research methods.
She has experience of teaching and research in the fields of sociology, psychology, strategic management, business ethics, sustainability, entrepreneurship and innovation.
Her current research focuses on the dynamics of constructing a Knowledge Hub and Business Interface for the bioeconomy in Ireland. The hub and interface will be a space for the diverse bioeconomy stakeholders to share knowledge, as well as co-create and market innovations. Working with partners across the Centre and in the UCD School of Business, she is developing an evidence base for how best to create a space to facilitate the growth of the bioeconomy.
- 2018: Structured PhD, Department of Management, School of Business and Economics, NUI Galway
- 2012: MSc Forensic Mental Health Psychology, Nottingham Trent University
- 2011: BSocSc Social Science, University College Cork
Measures of esteem:
- April 2019: UCD Seed Funding award under the Dissemination and Outputs strand
- March 2017-September 2017: MA Thesis Supervisor, School of Business, NUI Galway