I am a senior lecturer, associate professor (docent) and Excellent Teaching Practitioner/ETP at CEE. I engage in educational development, mainly in support of doctoral education and supervision. This includes provision of a faculty-wide PhD course programme, supervision training for current and future professors, and an active role as faculty study director at the Research Programmes Board of LTH. My strategy is to create local educational knowledge that informs graduate school decision - and policy making. I also have a background as an earth scientist, doing research, teaching and supervision for more than two decades. It is therefore probably not surprising that my main educational interests include field-based learning, lab learning and other authentic active learning activities. Aside my work at LTH, I am enrolled as an associate professor in iEarth, a Norwegian academic consortium that researches and develops Earth Science education.
I am a senior lecturer in packaging logistics, and since 2019 a part-time academic developer at CEE. As co-director of LTH Career Academy, I am devoted to support and ensure newly appointed associate senior lecturers to fulfil their potential as academic professionals. I have a genuine interest in pedagogic and professional development. Previously, I was programme director at Lund University for the Erasmus + Joint European Master Programme: Food Innovation and Product Design (FIPDes). I was awarded ETP in 2010.
I am a professor in biomedical engineering, and since 2018 I am co-responsible for developing and running LTH Career Academy, which is a career development programme for recently appointed associate senior lecturers at LTH. My research focus on questions related to biomechanics and mechanobiology of skeletal tissues, bone, cartilage and tendons, where I combine experimental tissue characterization with computational model development to study tissues in health and disease, and during regeneration. I have a broad interest in career development and academic leadership. I teach biomechanics.
I am mainly working with the Pre-University Course in Technical Sciences where I am lecturing in all mathematics courses. I am also the one in charge of the administrative aspects of the program due to my role as a program coordinator. In addition to this, I am sometimes also lecturing in other mathematics courses at LTH's engineering programme. I am mainly working at LTH in Helsingborg.
I am an academic developer with a background in chemistry (Ph.D., 2013) and special interests in communication in science and engineering and in how doctoral students in the STEM fields develop as university teachers. I teach courses in higher education pedagogy, stage performance, academic writing, and oral presentation skills. I also collaborate with the engineering faculty to better integrate communication instruction and feedback into undergraduate engineering courses.
I am a senior lecturer with a background in water resources engineering. Nowadays most of my time is devoted to Supplemental Instruction (SI). SI is a peer learning programme that is well established internationally. I am the head of the SI programme at the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University, as well as a certified trainer in SI working at the European Centre for SI-PASS (located at Lund University), see https://www.si-pass.lu.se/en/. SI can shortly be described as a study group led by a senior student, working as a facilitator.
Since 2003, I work as a senior lecturer in mathematics at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, and starting in 2017 I also have a part-time role as an academic developer at CEE. My main interests are related to the use of technology in teaching and learning, in particular the use of video as a learning tool. I also develop course material, mainly textbooks, in mathematics. I was awarded the status as Excellent Teaching Practitioner/ETP in 2014.
I am a senior lecturer at the department of Mechanical Engineering at LTH and I have experience from teaching basic courses attended by first year students in large classes as well as teaching advanced courses for final year students and PhD-students in small groups. I have been teaching courses at the engineering programmes: Engineering Physics, Engineering Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering and Management.
As an academic developer, I arrange workshops and seminars related to ethics teaching for engineers, supporting teachers who want to work more on this subject. I also have a long time experience from working with local pedagogical publications and conferences, supporting teachers in their efforts to share their pedagogic experience and pedagogical research findings with colleagues.
I have a background as a senior lecturer at Vattenhallen Science Center where I presented experiments to visitors and worked with specific thematic events. For many years now, I have been engaged as a representative for the labour union SACO-S at Lund University. In that role I support individual members and represent SACO-S in several boards and committees.
I am a lecturer in English, English for specific Purposes at Centre for Languages and Literature at Lund University. I am in charge of most of the Academic Writing courses in doctoral programmes at LTH and conduct research in the field of writing pedagogy and functional linguistics. Before I came to Lund University, I worked with similar issues at Chalmers Technical University.
I am a senior lecturer and associate professor in Water and Environmental Engineering and also study director for the research education at the department of Chemical Engineering. My research is about removal of organic micropollutants, for example pharmaceutical residues, in wastewater. I have a great interest in research supervision and in writing (in Swedish) of engineers and researchers. At CEE, I work with higher education pedagogical education and issues related to postgraduate education.
I started working as an academic developer at LTH in January 2022. Before that, I have first been a physical oceanographer (where I did my studies, PhD and postdoctoral research) in Germany, the UK and Norway, but then for the last decade or so worked in academic development and science communication in both Germany and Norway. I teach classes on those topics, but I also like to get involved hands-on - as a consultant or as the person "actually doing the work".
I am currently very interested in "co-creation", i.e. involving students in developing courses with us, and hold an adjunct associate professorship with the University of Bergen, Norway, where we are both introducing co-creation in teaching and doing research on it.
My pet projects revolve around helping students see disciplinary content in their everyday lives: #KitchenOceanography (exploring ocean physics with household items) and #WaveWatching (discovering physics everywhere, from your sink, a puddle in the street, the ocean).
I document some of my thoughts on academic development – especially related to subjects that deal with water, climate, being outdoors, or being in labs – on my personal blog https://mirjamglessmer.com as well as on Twitter. On Instagram, you can follow my daily wave watching practice, which I combine with a dip in the sea. I look forward to connecting with you!
I am a professor of Chemical Engineering, and have had the privilege to act as Director of CEE since the centre was formed in 2016. During my career at LTH, I have had several roles at the faculty level, including being Assistant Dean for Education and/or International relations between the years 2001-2017. I have a broad interest in pedagogic issues, including international and intercultural learning outcomes, quality assurance and digital tools in teaching and learning. I teach environmental, chemical and biotech engineers, and I was awarded the status Excellent Teaching Practitioner/ETP in 2010.
I am a senior lecturer working both as an academic developer at CEE and as a teacher at the Department of Computer Science. I have been working as an academic developer since 1998 and my main interest lays in supporting academics to investigate their practice in a scholarly way, in other words supporting Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). I am responsible for the programme of pedagogical courses for university teachers at LTH and teach in several courses myself and am a member of the Pedagogical Academy at LTH since 2002. Since 2015, I also hold a part-time position as an associate guest professor at the Centre for Excellence in Biology Education (bioCEED) at the University of Bergen.
I am a lecturer in computer ccience, part time academic developer at CEE, and Excellent Teaching Practitioner/ETP. My special interests are within assessment, evaluation, threshold concepts and cognitive processes - with a special focus on how students learn and how active teaching and minimization of stereotypes threats can enhance learning. At CEE, I am co-responsible for the course Active Teaching and Learning and at Computer Science, I teach fundamental programming for different programs at LTH.
I am a senior lecturer in engineering education and hold a PhD in chemical engineering. My work is mainly focusing on systems for rewarding excellent teaching, pedagogical aspects of tenure and promotion, as well as research projects in relation to excellence in teaching and learning. I have been holding workshops, seminars and keynotes about excellence in university teaching, both nationally and internationally, and I have been acting as a pedagogical expert at numerous appointments and promotions of academic teachers at different universities. I am actively involved in research on excellence in teaching and learning with partners from other countries, most notably South Africa.
I have been involved in academic development for more than 30 years. I teach pedagogical courses for academic teachers, I consult leaders and teachers, and I supervise doctoral students. My research deals mainly with development of teaching within higher education organisations. Hereby, the focus is on the meso level, that is, on workgroups, disciplinary communities, and departments. The idea is that through sociocultural processes these groups of academics stabilise the organisations and makes them resilient, with positive as well as negative implications. I also engage in the development of the profession, academic development, both nationally and internationally. Over the years I have been an external examiner at Oxford University and a visiting professor at Ulster University and at McMaster University. I also served for three years as vice president within the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.