Fellowship of SRHE should be seen as a fitting reward and public recognition for those who have made a significant contribution in the field of research into higher education. To be suggested for Fellowship an individual must:
*examples of the types of contribution which would be sought from a Fellow
Fellows, whilst recognised for their scholarly contribution, should also have the capacity to play a part in taking the Society forward. Fellowship will be bestowed for life but, to continue to be listed as a Fellow, individuals must remain in membership of the Society and continue to be supportive of the Society. Notes
All suggestions for Fellowship should be made by completing the following form:
which must then be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fellows elected in 2014
is Is the former president of the Society. He took office as the second Principal of Green Templeton College in October 2010. He was appointed Professor of Higher Education in the University from the same date. He is a Visiting Professor at the Institute of Education, University of London and Adjunct Professor at James Cook University, Queensland.
He was previously Professor of Higher Education Management at the Institute of Education, University of London (2005-2010), Vice-Chancellor of the University of Brighton (1990-2005), and Dean and Deputy Director of Oxford Polytechnic (1981-90). He read history at Clare College, Cambridge, where he was a Choral Exhibitioner and Open Scholar. He was a Thouron Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was awarded his doctorate in intellectual history in 1975.
He has contributed widely to developments in UK higher education, including as a member of the Council for National Academic Awards (1977-1993), the Polytechnics and Colleges Funding Council (1988-92), and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (1992-96).
He was knighted in 1998 for services to higher education. He has Honorary Doctorates from the Open University, Oxford Brookes University, the University of Southampton, the University of Sussex, the University of Bath, Manchester Metropolitan University, the University of Brighton, and Keele University, Honorary Fellowships of Queen Mary University of London and the City and Guilds Institute London, and Honorary Membership of the Royal College of Music.
is the Interim Director of CLIPP at the newly formed Federation University Australia, which brings together the University of Ballarat and the Monash University Gippsland Campus.
She is a nationally and internationally recognised expert in tertiary education policy, quality, equity, academic integrity, standards and development. Her research involves both theoretical and practical investigations into contemporary tertiary education, e-pedagogy, curriculum, policies and practices.
As well as her role in CLIPP, Professor Devlin is working within the Dual Sector Partnership (DSP) Project, a Commonwealth Structural Adjustment Fund initiative, aimed at increasing opportunity for participation in Higher Education programs in regional Victoria.
Marcia has been an international correspondent for SRHE NEWS since its relaunch in 2010 and has her own column. She has been an engaged SRHE member for some years now and attended SRHE Conference 2012 and is in regular correspondence with us.
is a sociologist and CNRS research professor. From 2007-2013 she was the director of the Centre for the Sociology of Organization (CSO) since 2007, where she led a comparative research program on higher education systems.
Among her diverse activities, Christine Musselin is a member of numerous scientific councils: those of the City of Paris, the Observatory of Science and Technology (OST), the Franco-German Marc Bloch Center, and that of theCIERA (Interdisciplinary center for research on Germany).
From 2007 to 2010, she was the rapporteur for the Blanc ("blue-Sky") and Young Researchers programs of the ANR(French National Research Agency), and she joined its social sciences and humanities scientific committee in 2011.
Christine is a member of scientific council for the AERES (French evaluation agency for research and higher education and she participated in the selection process for excellent German universities under the auspices of the Exzellenzinitiative. She has also been a member of the editorial board for the Sociologie du travail review since 1991.
LShe also chairs the RESUP (network on higher education research) and the Consortium of Higher Education Research (CHER).
The Society's annual Fellow's invitation event took place on the 27 June. The opening presentation and audio podcast from Fellow and now Vice-President of the Society, Professor Sir Pter Scott from the Institute of Education, London are available here
SRHE Fellows event 2013.
|Professor Lee Harvey||Copenhagen Business School, Denmark||January 2013|
|Professor Monica Mclean||University of Nottingham||January 2013|
|ProfessorBruce Macfarlane||University of Hong Kong||January 2013|
|Professor Patrick Ainley||University of Greenwich||January 2012|
|Professor Carole Leathwood||London Metropolitan University||January 2012|
|Professor Jeroen Huisman||University of Bath||January 2012|
|Professor Lynn McAlpine||University of Oxford/ McGill||January 2012|
|Professor Rob Cuthbert||University of West of England||January 2011|
|Professor Claire Callender||University of London, Birkbeck & Institute of Education||January 2011|
|Professor Paul Trowler||University of Lancaster||January 2011|
|Professor Ian McNay||University of Greenwich||January 2011|
|Professor Rosemary Deem||Royal Holloway, London||January 2010|
|Professor Kerri-Lee Krause||Griffith University Australia||January 2010|
|Professor Robin Middlehurst||University of Kingston, UK||January 2010|
|Professor John Richardson||Open University||January 2010|
|Professor Ulrich Teichler||University Kassel||January 2009|
|Professor Angela Brew||University of Sydney||January 2008|
|Professor Gunnar Handal||University of Oslo||January 2008|
|Professor Dai Hounsell||University of Edinburgh||January 2008|
|Professor Louise Morley||University of Sussex||January 2008|
|Professor Michael Shattock||Institute of Education University of London||January 2008|
|Professor Mantz Yorke||Lancaster University||January 2008|
|Professor John Brennan||Centre for Higher Education Research Information, Open University||January 2006|
|Professor Oliver Fulton||University of Lancaster||January 2006|
|Professor Malcolm Tight||University of Lancaster||January 2006|
|Professor Ted Tapper||Emeritus Professor of Politics University of Sussex||January 2006|
|Professor Simon Marginson||University of Sydney, Australia||January 2004|
|Professor Gareth Parry||University of Sheffield||January 2004|
|Mr John Skelton||Milton Keynes||January 2004|
|Professor Gareth Williams||Institute of Education University of London||January 2003|
|Professor Noel Entwistle||University of Edinburgh||January 2002|
|Professor David Dill||University of North Carolina||January 2001|
|Professor James Ratcliffe||Pennsylvannia State University||January 2001|
|Ms Harriet Croft||Bristol||January 2000|
|Dr Peter Maassen||University of Oslo, Norway||January 2000|
|Professor Ronald Barnett||Institute of Education, University of London||January 1998|
|Professor Mary Henkel||Brunel University||January 1998|
|Dr John Wyatt||Chichester||January 1998|
|Dr Marianne Bauer||University of Gothenburg||January 1997|
|Professor Ingrid Moses||University of New England||January 1996|
|Professor Sheldon Rothblatt||University of California||January 1996|
|Professor Sinclair Goodlad||Imperial College London||January 1993|
|Professor Ference Marton||University of Gothenburg||January 1992|
|Professor David Boud||University of Technology Sydney||January 1991|
|Professor Lewis Elton||University College London||January 1991|
|Professor John Pratt||University of East London||January 1991|
|Professor Sir Peter Scott||Kingston University||January 1991|
|Professor Alan Smithers||University of Buckingham||January 1991|
|Professor Christine Musselin||2014||Professor Jurgen Enders||2011||Professor Michael Peters||2010|
Lifetime Achievement Award
|Ms Renate Simpson||2010|