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U n i versity uncovered

UnIversity Uncovered

Formations of Gender & HE Pedagogies

Funded by the

Higher Education Academy

What is the project about
What is the project about:

This research project:

  • explores the ways that gender and other social identities (e.g. class, ethnicity, nationality, etc) shape the teaching & learning experiences & practices of students & teachers in HE

  • aims to help develop inclusive teaching practices that support diverse student bodies & challenge inequalities in higher education.

The research explores
The research explores:

  • The different ways that current HE teaching practices address issues of diversity, equity and inclusion

  • The ways that students and teachers experience the different teaching & learning practices being used in HE

  • How gender and other identities (e.g. age, class and ‘race’) shape and constrain teaching & learning experiences, relations and practices


  • Collaborative in approach

  • Methods to engage participants in discussions about teaching and learning experiences and practices in HE

  • Using the research to create spaces of dialogue for students and lecturers

Student seminar
Student seminar

  • Aims to open up further spaces to discuss, debate and critique current teaching and learning practices in HE from the perspectives of students from a range of different backgrounds

  • Aims to draw on those perspectives to feedback to policy-makers, senior managers and HE lecturers