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BAM MKE White Paper Discussion – Education Focused Career Tracks

 

Session Overview

In August 2020, Professor Lisa Anderson and Professor Claire Mallanaphy published the British Academy of Management (BAM), Management Knowledge and Education (MKE) White Paper - Education-focused career tracks in UK Business and Management Schools: Current practice and recommendations for progress. 

This White Paper has been produced to address the phenomenon of the growing numbers of education-focused academics on ‘Teaching and Scholarship’ (T&S) contracts, and presents findings of our study into the support, development and recognition this education-focused career path receives in Business and Management (B&M) Schools, in UK Higher Education Institutions (HEI). We make use of these findings to define the form and quality of ‘scholarship’ in an education-focused context, including the new SEEL model, and propose an illustrative set of criteria that B&M schools and universities can use to develop and promote T&S academics.

This session discusses the findings of the white paper and the overlap with the development of your own University of Sussex framework in this area.

This event will take place online on Tuesday 26th January 2021, 10:00-11:00. To book a place, please visit the Eventbrite page.

 

Speaker Bios

Professor Lisa Anderson is Associate Dean Postgraduate at the University of Liverpool Management School and the current Vice Chair (Management Knowledge and Education) of BAM. Her research interests are in the area of management education and scholarly practice. She has written text books for professional doctorate and HRM students and published in a range of journals including British Journal of ManagementManagement LearningAction Learning Research and Practice and Human Resource Development International. Lisa has also been involved in a number of consultancy projects and has recently worked with Wood plc on a project developing women in senior engineering positions in the nuclear industry.

Professor Claire Mallanaphy is Director of Student Experience at The University of Liverpool Management School.  She is a member of BAM Council and sits on the Management Knowledge and Education Committee.  Claire is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and sits on their Academia and Education Community panel.  Claire’s research interests are centred around the student experience and employability of graduates.  Claire has held a number of consultancy roles including a quality assurance positions with the leading worldwide professional accounting bodies.

 

Professor Claire Mallanaphy, University of Liverpool Management School

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Professor Lisa Anderson, University of Liverpool Management School

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