Our People

IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society

Lee Rensimer is a Lecturer at IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society and was a CGHE Research Fellow on Project 9, ‘Mapping supranational higher education space’, where he collaborated on two research streams.

University of Oxford

Natasha Robinson is a Postdoctoral Research Officer on Project 9, ‘Mapping supranational higher education space’.

University of Bath

Jürgen Enders is Professor at the School of Management, University of Bath, UK. His academic interest is focused on the study of institutional change in the field of universities, and their role in society and economy.

He has written and (co)edited 15 books and published more than 150 articles in books and journals including Organization Studies, Public Management, Public Management Review, Studies in Higher Education, Higher Education and Scientometrics. He is member of the editorial board of the journals Higher Education and European Journal of Higher Education. Elsevier and University of Stanford released data has recently named him among the top 2% of most highly cited academics in the world in the social sciences.

Jürgen is an affiliate of the Center for Global Higher Education, Fellow of the Academia Europaea and of the German Academe of Science and Engineering, and Honorary Fellow of the Society for Research in Higher Education.

IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society

Emla Fitzsimons is Professor of Economics at IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society and was a CGHE Co-Investigator on the former Project 2.2, ‘HE choices and post-HE destinations to age 25: parental background and effects of higher education funding reform in the UK’.

Utrecht University

Marijk is Distinguished Professor of Higher Education at Utrecht University’s Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance.

University Alliance

Graeme is Head of Policy at the University Alliance.

IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society

Francis Green is Professor of Work and Education Economics at IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society and was a CGHE Co-Investigator on the former Project 2.3, ‘The heterogeneity of the graduate labour market in UK and Europe’.

BH Associates and TU Dublin

Professor Ellen Hazelkorn is Joint Managing Partner, BH Associates education consultants. She is Professor emeritus, Technological University Dublin (Ireland), and Joint Editor, Policy Reviews in Higher Education. She is a member of the CGHE Leadership Forum and Research Fellow, Centre for International Higher Education, Boston College. Ellen is, inter alia, a member of the Quality Board for Icelandic Higher Education, the EU Higher Education for Smart Specialisation (HESS) Advisory Group, and the Committee for Strategic Advice, EURASHE – the European Association of Institutions in Higher Education. She was a member of the Commission for the College of the Future (UK) and the Tertiary Education Future Initiative (Royal Society of Edinburgh & Young Academy of Scotland). She reviewed Post-Compulsory Education in Wales recommending the Commission for Tertiary Education and Research (CTER), now being established by the Welsh Government. Ellen Hazelkorn is a member of the CGHE Research Management Committee and a CGHE Co-Investigator on Project 6, ‘The impact of locality and region on university governance’.

IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society

Morag Henderson is a Senior Research Officer at IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society and was a CGHE Co-Investigator on the former Project 2.2, ‘HE choices and post-HE destinations to age 25: parental background and effects of higher education funding reform in the UK’.

Durham University

Vikki Boliver is Professor of Sociology at Durham University and was a CGHE Co-Investigator on the former Project 3.1, ‘Alternative, emerging and cross-border higher education provision and its relationship with mainstream provision’.

Georgia Institute of Technology & Georgia State University

Hsin-Ta (Andre) Tsai is a Joint Ph.D. student in Public Policy at Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia State University.

Université Côte d'Azur, France

Jimmy Stef has a doctorate in sociology and is a post-doctoral fellow at the Université Côte d’Azur, France. His PhD thesis was funded by the CNRS and it focuses on higher education and the phenomenon of the internationalisation of higher education in Europe and South-East Asia.

Our People

We bring together researchers and research students from six partner universities - Oxford, Johannesburg, Hang Seng, Birmingham, UCL and Lancaster - and also support the broader global higher education research community.