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Anthony Hudson

Research Manager

Continuum

In addition to Continuum projects Tony is also undertaking doctoral research at UEL.. His doctoral research explores the learning careers and academic identities of Access to HE tutors.



    A social scientist by training and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) Tony is an experienced manager, teacher and researcher. Before returning to higher education he worked in the not for profit sector where he was General Secretary (Chief Executive) of a learned and professional society. He has taught on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes specialising in research methods at a number of post ’92 institutions. He also developed and taught on New Beginnings – UEL’s fast track HE access programme.

    Since joining Continuum, the Centre for Widening Participation Policy Studies at UEL he has managed a diverse portfolio and undertaken a wide range of consultancy, research and evaluation projects at local, national and international level.
    His current research interests include widening participation to postgraduate study and access pathways to higher education. His doctoral research focuses on the academic identity and learning careers of Access HE tutors.

    FHEA

    Member - Access to HE Advisory Board, Open College London Region

    Member - Access to HE Practitioner Group, Linking London Network

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    ‘Academic Identity of Access HE Tutors: A focussed review of the literature.’ Research in Teacher Education 7(1)

    Hudson, A. 2017. 6-12.

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