Staff Profile:Dr David Carter

Dr David Carter
Position / Job Title:
Head of ISLI

As Head of Institute my role is to set ISLI's direction and to promote its role, within and beyond the University, as the delivery unit for our global engagement strategy.

I came to the University of Reading in 2004 as a Lecturer in Classics and for eight years I held a number of (mostly teaching-related) roles in that Department. In 2011 I was promoted to Associate Professor and the following year I became Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning in what was then the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science. During this time I became increasingly interested in the ways in which the University engages globally: especially in international partnership activity and the teaching of modern languages. When (in 2015) the University dispensed with its faculty structure, I became a Teaching and Learning Dean with special responsibility for Internationalisation. I left this role in 2017 to join ISLI.

I still maintain modest teaching and research interests in Classics. You can see my departmental home page (including a list of publications) here: . I became a University Teaching Fellow in 2012 and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in 2016.

Modules taught:
In my current role I do not teach very much but I contribute lectures to modules in Film & Theatre, Politics & International Relations, and the Academic Practice Programme.

Conferences attended:
20 March 2017, London: British Council workshop on management and operations of TNE in China

21 March 2017, London: Universities UK International Higher Education Forum

MA (Cambridge), PGCE (Birmingham City), PhD (Nottingham), PFHEA

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Contact Details

0118 378 6473

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