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Andrew Greenhalgh-Cook

Associate Professor of Geography (Director E&SE), Faculty of Social Sciences

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Biography

I currently work as Interim Director (Education and Student Experience) and following 8 years as Senior Tutor in the School of Geography. am a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA).

I first joined the School of Geography on a fixed-term basis in 2006, before returning in 2011 and becoming a permanent member of the academic staff in 2014. Before I returned in 2011, I held Research Fellowships at the University of Lancaster and in the Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies at the University of Newcastle. I have also held visiting Researcher positions at the University of Newcastle and Charles' University, Prague.

I completed my PhD in economic and urban geography at Queen Mary, University of London and my BA in Geography at the University of Southampton.

Teaching Summary

I teach across the undergraduate curriculum at Nottingham, focusing primarily on economic and urban geography. I have led a number of major innovations in undergraduate education and student… read more

Research Summary

I am a human geographer with particular thematic interests in professional work, elite mobilities, critical geoeconomics and the economic and social geographies of Central and Eastern Europe.

Selected Publications

I teach across the undergraduate curriculum at Nottingham, focusing primarily on economic and urban geography. I have led a number of major innovations in undergraduate education and student experience over the past 5 years and am heavily involved in Quality Assurance at School level.

In 2018 I was awarded Senior Fellowship status of the Higher Education Academy and am currently working toward achieving Principle Fellowship status.

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