Educational research

We conduct educational research aimed at understanding how aerosol science can be taught effectively and ways in which this can be improved, as well as the experiences of our postgraduate researchers, and issues related to doctoral education more broadly – our list of publications and presentations below gives a sense of our work in this area.

Publications and presentations

  • Training the next generation for aerosol science, Reid, J. P., Knox, K. J., Boies, A., Miles, R. E. H. & Murnane, D., Drug Delivery to the Lungs, 11 Dec 2019, p. 52-53; Volume 30
  • Implementing a Team-Based Learning approach to teach a multidisciplinary cohort of graduate students an interdisciplinary science, Miles, R. E. H., Knox, K. J. & Reid, J. P., presented at the 20th Annual Meeting of the Team-Based Learning Collaborative, March 2021
  • Revolutionizing education in aerosol science, Reid, J. P., Knox, K. J., Boies, A., Miles, R. E. H. & Murnane, D., International Environmental Technology, 2022, 32.1 (January/February)
  • Aerosol Science: Revealing Complexity and Exploring Multi-Disciplinarity, Reid, J. P., Knox, K. J., Boies, A., Miles, R. E. H. & Murnane, D., presented at the University of Hertfordshire Physics, Engineering and Computer Science Research Conference, April 2022
  • Cohort-based doctoral training through Team-Based Learning, Knox, K. J. & Miles, R. E. H., presented at the 20th Annual Meeting of the Team-Based Learning Collaborative, April 2022