Dr Ian Scott
Associate Dean Student Experience
Ian has been Associate Dean for Student Experience within the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences since March 2013.
Ian’s first degree was in Applied Biology before progressing onto gaining his Ph.D. in Avian Ecology and Physiology from Durham University. Ian’s first teaching post at was at Suffolk College, where he taught Physiology, before moving on to lecture Ecology at De Montfort University. Research interests in aspects of Pedagogy and work based learning led to a position at City University. Ian is particularly interested in mentorship, and learning in non-formal environments.
Konstantinidi Pereira A, Scott I, 'Is the inclusion of first-year assessment in the calculation of GPA deleterious to students from a widening participation background?'
Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education 25 (1) (2020) pp.24-33
ISSN: 1360-3108 eISSN: 1460-7018Abstract Published here Open Access on RADAR
Evans C, Nguyen T, Richardson M and Ian Scott, 'Managing the transition from undergraduate to taught postgraduate study: perceptions of international students studying in the UK'
Research in Post-Compulsory Education 23 (2) (2018) pp.249-265
ISSN: 1359-6748 eISSN: 1747-5112Abstract Published here
Prøitz TS, Havnes A, Briggs M, Scott I, 'Learning outcomes in professional contexts in higher education'
European Journal of Education 52 (1) (2017) pp.31-43
ISSN: 0141-8211 eISSN: 1465-3435Abstract Published here Open Access on RADAR