Ana Baptista – Learning Advisor, Queen Mary University of London
#Education #Educational Research #Pedagogy #Academic Success #Widening Participation #Undergrad and Postgrad Research and Supervision
“Don’t mind the gap between art and science!” Interdisciplinary research summer school and research modules embedded in the curriculum for undergraduate students.
Ana holds a Master’s degree in Educational Sciences from the University of Aveiro (Portugal) on the topic: Non-Traditional Adult Students in Higher Education. At the same institution, she concluded her PhD in May 2013 with distinction and honours on the quality of doctoral research supervision.
She has teaching experience in Primary, Secondary and Higher Education. She has also designed and carried out CPD training courses for Higher Education Academics. Dr Baptista has been involved in several projects related to interconnected areas: linking teaching and research, undergraduate research, widening participation, non-traditional students, academic success, retention issues and employability. Her interests are clearly related to Higher Education pedagogy in the broadest sense.