02 - East Midlands
08 - West Midlands
Dr Judy Harris
Judy is Adjunct Professor at Thompson Rivers University (TRU), British Columbia, Canada, and was the first Visiting Scholar to be hosted by the Open Learning division of TRU in 2010. She has been in education-related employment for more than two decades (County of Avon LEA, University of Cape Town, Institute of Education [University of London]).
Her Master’s degree (University of Manchester) was in the Management and Administration of Higher and Further Education. She completed her PhD (Open University) in 2005. Her professional experience and research interests lie at the multiple intersections of further and higher education, non-traditional learners, community, industry, profession, occupation and workplace. These have taken different empirical expressions over the years, most particularly Widening Participation, the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Work-based Learning, and have spanned academic, policy and practitioner dimensions in the UK and in South Africa.
As a freelance researcher, she has recently acted as a consultant to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Salford and is an international advisor to a South African Qualification Authority national research project on RPL.
Judy co-edited (with Per Andersson) Re-theorising the Recognition of Prior Learning (Leicester: NIACE) (2006). A companion volume Researching the Recognition of Prior Learning will be published in June 2011.
Collaboration and Partnership (October 2014)
Leading the Student Experience (September 2014)
The UK HE System (July 2014)
The Leadership Foundation announces details and bookings for its new programme for those aspiring to join the top team in their university or higher education college. Executive Leaders joins a suite of leadership development programmes, including the acclaimed Top Management Programme.
Announcing our interview series with chairs of university boards.
In October and November 2014 the Leadership Foundation will be hosting three events for Kazakhstan education officials, who will link up with representatives from 26 UK universities at three networking dinners.