Our higher education staff come from diverse disciplinary backgrounds, sharing a research interest in equipping students for success at university, higher education policy, and the first year experience.
Among them are national award-winning academics combining their teaching with internationally recognised research to create exemplars of best practice in their approaches to teaching and learning.
Staff have presented at national and international conferences, published journal articles and monographs internationally, while others are engaged in completing their own post-graduate studies.
Staff research areas and PhD supervision/co-supervision fields include:
- Student transition (Higher education)
- First year experience (Higher education)
- Access and equity in higher education
- Organisational change
- Organisational learning
- Higher education policy development
- International relations
- History and film
Recent staff publications
Treacey, M. (2016). Reframing the Past: history, film and television. London: Routledge
Levy, S. & Treacey, M. (Eds.). (2015). Student Voices in Transition (2nd Edition). Pretoria: Van Schaik
Edmondson, B. & Levy, S. (2013) Climate Change and Order: The End of Prosperity and Democracy, Palgrave Macmillan.