Each year, the University awards a number of prizes to individual staff or teams for outstanding work in teaching and/or learning support. This year colleagues … Read more
Congratulations to our new Senior Fellows of the HEA
The Centre for the Study of Higher Education congratulates the following colleagues who applied for Senior Fellowship and Fellowship of Advance HE (formerly the Higher Education Academy) … Read more
Ableism in Academia
Work on ableism in academia at Kent began in CSHE with Dr Nicole Brown’s PhD ‘The I in Fibromyalgia: The Construction of Academic Identity’ supervised … Read more
The role of qualitative research approaches in enhancing interdisciplinary teams’ reflexivity and creativity in the gendered environment of supramolecular chemistry.
Dr Jennifer Leigh, together with Dr Jennifer Hiscock has won £100 000 BA APEX funding to explore whether the implementation of creative, reflective and embodied … Read more
WISC- an International Network of Women in Supramolecular Chemistry Supporting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Dr Jennifer Leigh is Vice-Chair (People) of WISC, an International Network of Women in Supramolecular Chemistry that aims to support equality, diversity, and inclusion. She … Read more
New Research Opportunity for Technicians, Professional Services, and Education & Scholarship Staff
Dr Jennifer Leigh, together with Dave Thomas (Student Success Project Manager in the School of Sport and Exercise Science) and Dr Helen Leech in Research … Read more
Centre for the Study of Higher Education Autumn 2020 Research Seminar Series
In this series of public online seminars, the Centre for the Study of Higher Education (CSHE) focuses upon technology enhanced learning. In rapidly changing times, … Read more
Advance HE Assessment & feedback symposium 2020: Assessment and feedback in the pandemic era: A time for learning and inclusion.
The events of March 2020 changed Higher Education for us all. It was rapid, challenging and at times rather scary. The ways we were used … Read more
Does diversifying curricula reduce White/BAME attainment gaps?
Professor Kathleen M. Quinlan from the Centre of the Study for HE (CSHE) with Dr Barbara Adewumi and Dr Ellen Dowie from the Student Success … Read more
Summer Vacation Research Competition for PDRAs and UGs
Dr Jennifer Leigh, together with Dr Helen Leech in Research Services, Hannah Greer in Careers and Employability Services and a team of academics and professional … Read more