- Position: Associate Professor
- Areas of expertise: Internationalisation at Home; Internationalisation in Higher Education; Pedagogic Practice; Graduate Employability
- Email: L.Hill@leeds.ac.uk
- Phone: +44(0)113 343 1702
- Location: Room G12 Charles Thackrah Building
I have worked with a diverse body of students at foundation year degree to doctoral level in a variety of higher education institutions. I am passionate about enhancing the student experience through the use of student-centred and inclusive teaching practices. I actively lead continual professional development activities for teaching-focussed academics at local, national and international level.
- PGR Teaching Co-Ordinator
- PGR AFHEA Mentoring Co-Ordinator
- Thesis and Dissertation Supervisor
- Hill, L. & Viragos, A. (2020) Book Review: Internationalization and Employability in Higher Education. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 19 (4).
- Hill, L. (2019) Mentimeter: A Tool for Actively Engaging Large Lecture Cohorts. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 19 (2).
- Hill, L. (2019) Blackboard Collaborate Ultra: An Online, Interactive Teaching Tool. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 18 (4).
- 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).
- Hill, L. (2022) An Exploration of the Benefits of Internationalisation at Home in Business Schools. University of Kent: Internationalisation at Home.
- Hill, L. (2022) Inclusive Practices in an Online Employability Module. University of Lincoln: DigiEd Futures.
- Hill, L. (2022) Overview of Internationalisation at Home. University of Leeds: World Unite Festival.
- Hill, L., Smith, N. & Qudah, S. (2021) Falling back in love with unloved modules: Boosting student satisfaction in core skills modules through student-centred online teaching. CABS Learning, Teaching & Student Experience conference.
- Hill, L. (2021) Inclusive Teaching Practices through Students as Partner on LUBS2020. University of Leeds: Student Education Teaching Forum.
- Hill, L. (2021) Internationalisation at Home: Practices to Support Building Bridges between International and National Students for Intercultural Competence Development. UKAT: Annual Conference.
- Hill, L. & Smith, N. (2021) Supporting International Students through Personal Tutorials. Open University: Conference on Access, Participation and Success.
- Hill, L. (2020) Supporting Study to Work Students through Partnerships with Undergraduate and Graduate Students. RAISE: Pandemic Partnerships and Power.
- Hill, L. & Hussain, M. (2020) Special Interest Group International Students Launch. UKAT: Festival of Ideas.
- Hill, L. & Robinson, J. (2019) Generating Interdisciplinary Sustainability Projects in Commonwealth Countries Through Internationalisation at Home Teaching Practices. PRME Regional Charter UK and Ireland 6th Annual Conference.
- 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.
- 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.
- Hill, L. (2017) DICTATE: Developing Intercultural Competences Through Aviation (Drone) Technology Experiments. Chartered ABS Learning, Teaching and Student Experience Annual Conference.
- 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.
- Hill, L. (2016) Mind the Gap: Expectations and Support for Academics in Developing Intercultural Competencies in Higher Education. Internationalising the Curriculum Conference.
- Hill, L. (2016) Thinking Globally, Acting Locally: An Examination of the Drivers Affecting Policy Formulation at Individual University Level. Fourth Research Student Conference.
- Hill, L. (2016) Overcoming Butterflies in the Stomach: Supporting Doctoral Students’ Teaching Practices through Innovative Training. How Teaching Focused Academics are Driving Teaching Excellence.
- 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.
- Hill, L. (2016) Butterflies in Your Stomach? Top Tips for Presenting at a Conference. Empowering the PhD.
- Hill, L. (2015) Student Sounding Boards for Quality Enhancement. Enhancing Student Learning Through Innovative Scholarship Conference.
- Hill, L. (2015) Having a Eureka Moment: Using Discovery Learning to Address the Needs of Widening Participation Students. University of Warwick’s Annual Conference.
- Hill, L. (2013) Harnessing the Power of ‘iPal’. HEA Annual Conference.
- Hill, L. (2013) Harnessing the Power of Internationalisation. First Annual Learning and Teaching Conference.
- Hill, L. (2021) Mandarin learning at Leeds University Business School [Online]. 9 June. Available from: https://confucius.leeds.ac.uk/2021/06/09/mandarin-learning-at-leeds-university-business-school/
- Hill, L. (2021) Students as Partners in Developing Employability Skills. [Online]. 12 March. Available from: https://studenteddev.leeds.ac.uk/news/students-as-partners-in-developing-employability-skills/
- Hill, L. & Hussain, M. (2021) Creating a ‘sense of belonging’ for international studentsthrough intercultural Personal Tutoring. 10 February. [Online]. Available from: https://www.ukat.uk/community/blog/posts/2021/february/creating-a-sense-of-belonging-for-international-students-through-intercultural-personal-tutoring/
- Hill, L. (2019) Developing students’ intercultural competencies through ‘Internationalisation at Home’ pedagogic practices. 22 November. [Online] Available from: https://charteredabs.org/developing-students-intercultural-competencies-through-internationalisation-at-home-pedagogic-practices-2/
- Hill, L. (2019) How to write an introduction chapter for a thesis. 31 January. [Online]. Available from: https://business.leeds.ac.uk/dir-record/research-blog/600/how-to-write-an-introduction-chapter-for-a-thesis
- Hill, L. (2017) Getting the Most out of Networking at Conferences. 10 January. [Online]. Available from: https://business.leeds.ac.uk/dir-record/research-blog/804/getting-the-most-out-of-networking-at-conferences
- Hill, L. (2016) Writing a Conference Proposal. 13 June. [Online]. Available from: https://business.leeds.ac.uk/dir-record/research-blog/754/writing-a-conference-proposal
- Hill, L. (2013) Pass the Russian doll to explain research methods. 25 October. [Online]. Available from: https://www.llc.leeds.ac.uk/learning/russian-doll-research-methods
- Hill, L. (2022) Fancy a Brew? The Challenges of Converting a World Cafe to Online. University of Sheffield Doctoral Times: Research Methodologies (Spring), 22.
- Available from: https://www.flipsnack.com/Tuostimes/doctoral-times-research-methodologies-issue-22-spring-20.html
- Hill, L. (2021) Top 10 Tips for Supporting International Students. [Online]. Available from: https://www.ukat.uk/resources/top-10-tips-for-supporting-international-students/
- Hill, L. & Hussain, M. (2020) International Student Special Interest Group. [Online]. Available from https://www.ukat.uk/community/special-interest-groups/international-students/
- Hill, L & Smith, N. (2019) Tutoring Matters – Supporting International Students through Personal Tutorials. 12 December. [Online]. Available from https://www.ukat.uk/events/webinars/archive/supporting-international-students-through-personal-tutorials/
- 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. (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.
- Leeds Institute for Excellence Fellow
- University Student Education Fellow
- Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
- Certified Management and Business Educator
- Recognised Practitioner in Advising
- Chartered Association of Business Schools
- UK Advising and Tutoring
- Academy of Management Reviewer
- Chartered Association of Business Schools CPD Review Board
- Internationalisation of Higher Education: Policy and Practice Reviewer