Senior Teaching Fellow

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Staff, Academic, Management
Room G.12, Charles Thackrah Building

MA Education

PGCE Post-Compulsory Education and Training

BA (Hons) Economics and Legal Studies

Professional Awards - University of Leeds Education Fellowship, Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)



Research Interests

Internationalisation at Home

International Pedagogic Practice

Learning Strategies

Recruitment and Selection

Diversity in the Workplace



LUBS PGR Learning to Teach Programme

Lecturer LUBS5988M Research Design and Analysis

Module Leader - LUBS 2020 Study to Work



Co Supervisor for PhD Thesis

Supervisor for PG Dissertations

Supervisor for UG Dissertations

Personal and Professional Development

Module Leader for Study to Work

Lecturer on the LUBS PGR Learning to Teach Programme

Professional Development Tutor for Management Division Masters Programmes

Personal Tutor for MSc Management







Hill, L. (2018) The Topsy Turvy Career Considerations of an EdD in Higher Education Student. University of Sheffield Doctoral Times: The Job World After the PhD, 17 (Spring), 9.

Hill, L. & Dickinson, J. (2018) Capturing a Unicorn: Supporting Students to Succeed in the Competitive Placement Applications Process. Chartered ABS Learning, Teaching and Student Experience Annual Conference.  Glasgow. 24-25 April.

Hill, L. & Smith, N. (2018) ‘Yes, I am interested in you!’ – Enhancing Chinese Students’ Experience through Personal Tutorials. Chartered ABS Learning, Teaching and Student Experience Annual Conference.  Glasgow. 24-25 April.  

Hill, L. (2017) DICTATE: Developing Intercultural Competences Through Aviation (Drone) Technology Experiments. Chartered ABS Learning, Teaching and Student Experience Annual Conference.  Bristol. 25-26 April. 

Hill, L. (2017) UBELing Doctoral Students’ Teacher Training: Using Blended Learning to Drive Teaching Excellence in Doctoral Students’ Teaching Training. Chartered ABS Learning, Teaching and Student Experience Annual Conference.  Bristol. 25-26 April.

Hill, L. (2016) Supporting Widening Participation Students through Student as Producer Research on Quality Enhancement. Practice and Evidence of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Special Issue, 11 (1), 89-99.

Hill, L. (2016) Mind the Gap: Expectations and Support for Academics in Developing Intercultural Competencies in Higher Education. Internationalising the Curriculum Conference. Nottingham. 14th July.

Hill, L. (2016) Thinking Globally, Acting Locally: An Examination of the Drivers Affecting Policy Formulation at Individual University Level. Fourth Research Student Conference. Sheffield. 10th May.

Hill, L. (2016) Overcoming Butterflies in the Stomach: Supporting Doctoral Students’ Teaching Practices through Innovative Training. How Teaching Focused Academics are Driving Teaching Excellence. London. 28-29 June.

Hill, L. (2016) Implementing a University Internationalisation Strategy: An Examination of the Policy, Places and People Involved. WRDTC Interdisciplinary Summer Conference on Education in the 21st Century. York. 24th June.

Hill, L. (2016) Butterflies in Your Stomach? Top Tips for Presenting at a Conference. Empowering the PhD. Sheffield. 21st June.

Hill, L. (2015) Student Sounding Boards for Quality Enhancement. Enhancing Student Learning Through Innovative Scholarship Conference. Durham. 16th-17th July.

Hill, L. (2015) Having a Eureka Moment: Using Discovery Learning to Address the Needs of Widening Participation Students. University of Warwick’s Annual Conference. Warwick. 30th June.

Hill, L. (2013) Learning and Development Practice Exhibition for first year students at North Lindsey College, UK. In Healey, M, Jenkins, A, Lea, J. (Eds.) Case Studies of Research Based Curricula in College Based Higher Education. York: HEA.

Hill, L. (2013) Harnessing the Power of ‘iPal’. HEA Annual Conference. Warwick. 3rd–4th July.

Hill, L. (2013) Harnessing the Power of Internationalisation. First Annual Learning and Teaching Conference. Grimsby. 21st June.

Hill, L. (2012) Harnessing the Power of Internationalisation: Preferred Teaching Methods of International Business Students. HEA Annual Conference. Manchester. 3rd–4th July.

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