Paul Ashwin is a Co-Investigator on CGHE’s global higher education engagement research programme and CGHE’s local higher education engagement research programme.
Paul is Professor of Higher Education in the Department of Educational Research at Lancaster University. His research interests are focused on the relations between teaching-learning and knowledge-curriculum practices in higher education. He is also interested in the relations between these practices and higher education policies as well as the relations between theories and methods in research into higher education.
He is a co-ordinating editor of Higher Education, the leading higher education research journal, and co-editor of the new Bloomsbury book series Understanding student experiences of higher education. He is a member of the Governing Council of the Society for Research in Higher Education.
Paul’s full profile is available on Lancaster University’s website.
CGHE research projects
- Pathways to personal and public good: understanding access to, student experiences of, and outcomes from South African undergraduate higher education
- Knowledge, curriculum and student agency
Select recent publications
- Reflective teaching in higher education
- Researcher creations?: the positioning of policy texts in higher education research
Higher Education, June 2015
- Newer researchers in higher education: policy actors or policy subjects?
Studies in Higher Education, April 2015
- Reflective teaching and seven myths of teaching excellence
UK Council for Graduate Education Annual Conference, 4 July 2016