My job in higher ed: Wendy Purcell, Professor at Harvard University

My job in higher ed: Wendy Purcell, Professor at Harvard University
Wendy is Professor at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health and formerly served as President and Vice-Chancellor of Plymouth University. She tells us about her research, what education means to her and the role artificial intelligence and virtual reality can play in learning.
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My job in higher ed: Ayalla Ruvio, Broad College of Business, MSU

My job in higher ed: Ayalla Ruvio, Broad College of Business, MSU
Ayalla is Assistant Professor of Marketing at MSU’s Broad College of Business. She explains what marketers can learn from consumer behaviour and how she hopes to help more women to enter HE.
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My job in higher ed: Dr. Matthew Lynch, academic and author

My job in higher ed: Dr. Matthew Lynch, academic and author
Matthew is Dean of Syphax School of Education, Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies at Virginia Union University. He tells us how teaching across all age groups has given him a broad perspective of education and why he founded The Edvocate.
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My job in higher ed: Les Back, Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London

My job in higher ed: Les Back, Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London
Les’ new book Academic Diary chronicles his 25 years in higher education in the form of a journal spanning the academic year. He tells us about the writing process and his bond to the south-east London university where he’s served as both student and professor.
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