Convenors

Dr Emily Henderson, University of Warwick
Email: e.henderson@warwick.ac.uk

Dr Miguel Antonio Lim, University of Manchester
Email: miguelantonio.lim@manchester.ac.uk

Dr Josef Ploner, University of Manchester
E-mail: josef.ploner@manchester.ac.uk

The International Research and Researchers’ Network is intended to support the Society’s aim to maintain a prominent place and sustain a leading role within an increasingly global research community.

The network’s activities are centred around:

  • engaging with overseas-based researchers of higher education, and higher education policy makers and practitioners;
  • supporting UK-based researchers and scholars of higher education in international (or non-UK) contexts;
  • promoting and disseminating research into higher education that is undertaken in, or has implications for, international (or non-UK) contexts;
  • promoting and encouraging the incorporation of consideration of international contexts within research into higher education.

 

The IRR network will be of particular interest to those who:

  • are interested in research and scholarship of higher education in international, or non-UK, contexts;
  • are interested in comparative higher education research;
  • are overseas-based researchers or scholars of higher education;
  • are overseas-based higher education policy makers or practitioners.

 

The SRHE International Research and Researchers’ Network convenes events during the year to promote dialogue and information exchange and create and support a new network of researchers.

IRR Network Press Coverage

Significant others: ‘dual career’ services on the rise in Europe (Times Higher Education, 7 March 2017)
Academics ponder being on the frontline of ethnographic research (Times Higher Education, 17 November 2016)

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The 10th Higher Education Close-Up (HECU) conference- a virtual SRHE Network - is taking place 4-6th July 2022 at Lancaster University. The deadline for submissions - 6th December 2021- is fast approaching. See https://srhe.ac.uk/networks/higher-education-close-up/ for details

Further outputs from this SRHE Scoping Study by Riikka Hofmann (Cambridge) https://bit.ly/3wWGZDP New article in Studies in Educational Evaluation 'Models and measures of learning outcomes for non-technical skills in simulation-based medical education'
https://bit.ly/3x6fI1J

Paul Temple (UCL IoE) compares the Netflix series 'The Chair' to John Williams’ novel 'Stoner' (published in 1965) and ponders whether 'The Chair' is a more accurate reflection of university life than Line of Duty is of police work - latest post on http://www.srheblog.com

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