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Conversation with Dr Nikki Kernaghan on internationalisation in research

Nikki has extensive experience working in international education, both in terms of student experience and research development. She has served as a manager, coordinator and evaluation of projects funded by various agencies within higher education institutions in the UK and USA. Nikki and I have promising beginnings: our first meeting was a walk through the … Continue reading Conversation with Dr Nikki Kernaghan on internationalisation in research

Conversation with Dr Yannis-John Karamichas about environmental sustainability

In this interview, I speak with Yannis about environmental sustainability. John teaches in this area, as his research interests circumnavigate the environmental sociological imagination and focus on issues of environmental social contestation and prospects for environmental sustainability. Video of this interview For more to do with John’s research see his institutional portal at pure.qub.ac.uk/portal/en/persons…29219c84c2c).html

Conversation with Prof Tony Gallagher about his interest in Higher Education Studies

Tony’s extensive career has focused on researching and teaching about education’s role in divided societies, including concerns about the social good and social cohesion. His leadership roles have brought with them the addition of the insights of practice in the higher education sector, having been Head of School and Pro Vice Chancellor at a university … Continue reading Conversation with Prof Tony Gallagher about his interest in Higher Education Studies

Conversation with Dr Christopher Knaus about hope and oppression in higher education

Chris and I met very briefly at a conference on Diversity and Inclusion in higher education in Paisley (Scotland), presenting during the same slot. He challenged me at the time, and what followed were a number of email exchange between us, which has gradually opened into my being humbled and learning from his rich work … Continue reading Conversation with Dr Christopher Knaus about hope and oppression in higher education

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