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Higher education research seminar series

In 2006, the network began its higher education research seminar series. To date, the series has hosted speakers from UK and international institutions and organisations, as well as speakers from within the Kingston community. The seminars are currently organised by Professor Robin Middlehurst.

 

2012/13 HEPP research seminars

 

2011/12 HEPP research seminars

 

2010/11 HEPP research seminars

*This breakfast seminar was organised in collaboration with the International Office at Kingston University.

 

2009/10 HEPP research seminars

Spring and Summer 2010

Autumn 2009

 

2008/09 HEPP research seminars

Spring and Summer 2009

Autumn 2008

 

2007/08 HEPP research seminars

Spring and Summer 2008

Autumn 2007

 

2006/07 HEPP research seminars

Spring and Summer 2007

  • 16/01/07: Professor Sir David Watson (Professor of Education, Institute of Education) – What do we mean by the 'student experience'?
  • 23/01/07: Professor Mary Stuart (Professor of Education and Deputy Vice-Chancellor Kingston University) – Personal Stories – What creates success for first generation students?
  • 06/02/07: Professor John Field (Professor of Lifelong Learning and Deputy Principal University of Stirling
  • 27/02/07: Dr Sheila Trahar (Lecturer in Education Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol) – Deconstructing and reconstructing pedagogical approaches in higher education – the impact of cultural diversity
  • 24/04/07: Dr Vineeta Kamran (Principal of the City Montessori School in Lucknow, India) – Total Quality Management for a Total Quality Person
  • 15/05/07: Professor Michael Fielding (Institute of Education) – Student Voice, Educational Research and the Making of Democracy

Autumn 2006

  • 10/10/06: Helen Johnson (School of Education, Kingston University) – Faith Schools in a Postmodern world
  • 14/11/06: Janette Myers (School of Life Science & Earth Science & Geography, Kingston University) – Clients, Customers, Children…? What do the ways we support students say about the ways we think about them?

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