Dr Cathy Bovill
Cathy's research focuses on students and staff co-creating curricula; conceptualisations of curricula; academic development; peer observation of teaching; and the internationalisation of higher education.

Recent projects include: acting as a co-facilitator and expert advisor to institutional teams from across the UK, participating in the Higher Education Academy (HEA) Students as Partners in the Curriculum Change Programme; undertaking a British Council funded project supporting academic staff in Iraq to implement student-centred learning curricula (Jordan et al, 2014; Bovill et al, 2014); a book publication aimed at academic staff to support them to work in partnership with students in learning and teaching: Cook-Sather, A., Bovill, C. and Felten, P. (2014) Engaging students as partners in learning and teaching: a guide for faculty. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Cathy is Associate Editor for the International Journal for Academic Development and an External Examiner at St Andrews University, Scotland. She is a Fellow of SEDA, a Senior Fellow and Associate of the HEA.