Scholarship and Research Committee

SEDA Sub Committee Terms of Reference
Scholarship & Research Committee Terms of Reference

John Peters, Newman University, Birmingham, Chair,
Key interests: student engagement and partnership, appreciative inquiry,participant research, collaborative educational development and personal development planning   

Laura Hills, Open University, Vice Chair,
Key interests:continuing professional development; practitioner research and the scholarship of teaching and learning; individual and institutional change; widening access to Higher Education

Charles Buckley,
Bangor University
Key interests: linking research and teaching, using diagrams in research and teaching, academic identity and practitioner engagement within a PGCert HE. Was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2012.

Frances Deepwell, Oxford Brookes University
Key interests: programme and project evaluation; continuing professional development; institutional innovation and change; e- learning research

Jenny Lawrence, University of Hull

Alice Lau, University of Worcester

Susannah Quinsee, City University London
Key interests: Leadership and education, organisational structures around educational development, institution - wide approaches to educational technology, physical and virtual spaces, change management.

Rowena Senior, Aston University
Key interests: Intersecting fields of academic development, leadership in Higher Education and transitions into teaching in Higher Education. My research is ethnographic in the sense that I focus on emergent and inductive issues related to my practice and the practice of those around me. However, I also come from a strong background in work and organisational psychology and seek applying my knowledge of systems and people within a Higher Education context. 

Andre van der Westhuizen, University of Portsmouth
Key interests: innovative teaching in open learning spaces; the gaming generation’s observed changed learning styles; creativity in learning and teaching in higher education; academic leadership and change; higher education institutions as learning organisations. 

Jennie Winter
, University of Plymouth
Key interests: Education for sustainable development, evaluation of teaching development and international perspectives on faculty development. Jennie was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2016.

Gina Wisker
, University of Brighton
Key interests: undergraduate and postgraduate students as research learners and partners; postgraduate supervision; leading professional development; SoTL; intercultural learning; widening participation; working with literature and the arts to empower creativity, social justice and engagement. 

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