Convenors

Dr Mark J.P. Kerrigan, Plymouth College of Art
Email: MKerrigan@pca.ac.uk

Samuel Dent, Nottingham Trent University
Email: samuel.dent@ntu.ac.uk

This SRHE network is for individuals who consider themselves as ‘newer researchers’ in the field of higher education. We appreciate the broad range of career paths that newer higher education researchers have followed and our membership and activities aim to embrace this diversity. The network is aimed at:

  • postgraduate students (including full time and part time)
  • postdoctoral and early career researchers
  • newer academics from a range of disciplinary backgrounds
  • researchers newer to carrying out research in the field of HE

Essentially, if you consider yourself a newer researcher in higher education, and would like to be involved in the network’s activities, then you are welcome to join.

Our aim is to provide opportunities for new researchers to develop links with national and international peers, share their developing research and build capacity as researchers within a supportive research community.

Activities

Our activities include:

  • Annual SRHE Prize for Newer Researchers
  • A series of Professional Development Workshops
  • Network events throughout the year
  • SRHE Newer Researchers LinkedIn group

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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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