Liz Dunne PFHEA

Director
@ Realising Engagement through Active Culture Transformation (REACT)

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  • Bio

Elisabeth Dunne is currently Director of the REACT project at the University of Winchester, having previously worked in numerous roles – from Senior Research Fellow to Head of Student Engagement and Skills – during nearly 30 years at the University of Exeter. Her career has been devoted to the promotion of innovation, change and strategic development in education. She has co-ordinated and directed many major research, development and evaluation projects on aspects of learning and teaching of national significance. In addition, she has promoted a range of ground-breaking initiatives across the University of Exeter. A major focus has always been on the student experience as well as on understanding the processes of change, including the development of evidence-based practice, and initiating the acclaimed Students as Change Agents programme. She is a Principal Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy (HEA) and has written dozens of books and articles, her latest major publication being ‘The Student Engagement Handbook: Practice in Higher Education’.

  • My Previous Events

  • Teaching Excellence Framework: Raising Quality Standards

    • 14-07-2016
    • 08:30 - 16:00
    • Manchester Conference Centre