Emma is heavily involved in teaching. She is Subject Coordinator for the School's new MSc Infrastructure and Sustainable Development and leads on a number of modules across postgraduate and undergraduate programmes. She is also involved with colleagues in the School of the Built Environment in developing the delivery of the School's online programmes for distance learners and exploring novel ways of enhancing interdisciplinary training in the School. Her teaching interests include development theory; urban policy and planning in the global South; dynamics of globalization; legal frameworks; urban social theory; urban diversity and equalities; academic skills and research methodologies.
Emma leads and teaches on the following postgraduate and undergraduate modules:
Development and Urbanisation
Globalisation: Environment and Development
Urban Diversity: People, society and space
Urban Lab one: Urban Design and Place Experience
Legal and Regulatory Frameworks (on-line)
Essential Skills in the Built Environment
Emma supervises Msc and BA dissertations in planning at Oxford Brookes. She has also been involved in the supervision of MSc dissertations in planning at the University of Zambia and is currently acting as an external supervisor for PhD in planning in the Copperbelt University in Zambia.