Office Hours with John Gardner
Emily McIntosh shares global perspectives on the definition of student success and the need for collaboration in developing solutions. She discusses the differences in dialogues between the United States and the United Kingdom while sharing history and current status of the area of work.
Dr. Emily McIntosh is Director of Learning, Teaching and Student Experience at Middlesex University, London, UK. Emily’s role at Middlesex involves cross institutional leadership for learning and teaching, including student transition, technology enhanced learning (TEL), academic practice, equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI), academic advising, and student engagement. Emily is a Principal Fellow of theHigher Education Academy (PFHEA) and a National Teaching Fellow (NTF). She was a founding Board member and Trustee of UK Advising and Tutoring (UKAT) from 2016-2021 and is now a member of theExecutive Board and Trustee of the Heads of Educational Development Group (HEDG) and is also Academic Board Member of the NACADA Center for Research at Kansas StateUniversity, United States. Emily has always had a keen interest in all things student success and has published monographs, chapters and articles on a wide variety of topics from academic advising, personal tutoring and peer learning to integrated practice. She is on twitter: @emilythemac.
Visit her blog: Third Space Perspectives