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Inaugural lecture

Inaugural lecture

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  • Date 01 Mar 2024
  • Time 6.15pm
  • Category Lecture

Education and research: Academia’s chicken and egg scenario through the lens of a teaching-focused psychologist

Professor Victoria Bourne
Department of Psychology

Victoria started her academic career as a research lecturer, but then made the proactive decision to move to a teaching-focused career path due to her passion for education and supporting students. In this talk she will outline the various stages in her career, including how she embeds research at the heart of her work, both through her teaching of research methods and statistics and in her pedagogic research.

Inaugural lecture

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