Studies in Higher Education
This journal has a wide ranging interest in higher education and the social and institutional contexts within which it takes place, but gives particular emphasis to education as practice, with a view to influencing its development.
Editor in Chief
Professor Leo Goedegebuure, LH Martin Institute, The University of Melbourne
Professor Creso Sá, Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
Dr Christian Schneijderberg, International Centre for Higher Education Research, University of Kassel
Professor Maria Slowey, Director, Higher Education Research Centre (HERC), Dublin City University
Associate Professor Wen Wen, Institute of Education, Tsinghua University
Special Issue Editors
Professor Molly Lee, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang
Associate Professor Jens Jungblut, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo
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Studies in Higher Education: New Editorial Team Appointments
A note from Professor Rob Cuthbert, Chair of the SRHE Publications Committee
The Society for Research into Higher Education is pleased to confirm the details of the above Editorial Team for its prestigious Journal, Studies in Higher Education. This new team began in January 2020, when the outgoing Editorial Team stood down after eight highly successful years with the journal.
In welcoming the incoming new Editorial Team for Studies we record our huge appreciation of the hard work, editorial expertise and scholarship of the outgoing Editorial Team; Professor Lynn Meek (Editor), Professor John T E Richardson (Associate Editor) and Dr Mary-Louise Kearney and Dr Dan Lincoln (Special Issues Editors).
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