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Business and Management
Oxford Brookes Business School
Katerina Kosta is a Teaching Fellow and PhD candidate funded by the Oxford Brookes 150 Anniversary Scholarship award. Her research explores environmental sustainability in higher education with a focus on sustainability reporting.
Prior to joining Oxford Brookes, Katerina worked for the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC), where she co-authored a guidebook on sustainability assessment and reporting tools for the UK tertiary education sector. In 2016, she participated in the judging panel for the Sustainability Reporting category of the prestigious Green Gown Awards alongside PwC, while in March 2017 she received a Best Paper Award at the conference Implementing Sustainability in the Curriculum of Universities at MMU.
Katerina is subject representative for CSR at the International Ecolinguistics Association and steering committee member. She acts as a reviewer for the International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education and the Language and Ecology journal. Her work has been published at the Encyclopedia of Sustainability in Higher Education and the Springer World Sustainability Series.
Holding an MSc in Educational Research by the University of Exeter, Katerina currently teaches on the Research Methods modules across the Business School. Her research on sustainability and CSR is strongly linked with the Environmentally Sustainable Business module, where she is a Module Leader. She has previously worked for five years as an Associate Lecturer in higher education and is a qualified English language teacher (BA English Language and Literature and Qualified Teacher Status by the National College for Teaching and Leadership).
Other modules taught include:
Ethics in Business
Organisational Behaviour and Management
Business in Society