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Her particular research interest is in the development of education for emerging professions. Rebecca Huxley-Binns is Professor of Legal Education and Co-Director of the Centre for Legal Education at Nottingham Law School. She is a National Teaching Fellow, Chair of the Association of Law Teachers and was Law Teacher of the Year 2010. Paola Iannone is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education and Lifelong Learning at the University of East Anglia. Her research has primarily focused on teaching and learning mathematics at university level, with particular attention to proof and proof production, and assessment of mathematics at university.
The learning experience at the university is focused primarily around on-campus face-to-face interaction or off-campus projects and visits, with an average of 20 contact hours per week of study. Contact hours do not include online activity, which acts as a supplement to contact. RUL has a broad and diverse student base with students drawn from more than 140 countries around the globe. The learning is enhanced by ensuring that all students are integrated fully into the collegiate life of the campus.
Nathan Pike is Discipline Lead for Biological Sciences at the Higher Education Academy. He was formerly Degree Co-ordinator of the Masters-level Biology degree programme in Integrative Bioscience at the University of Oxford. He is now a Senior Research Associate within the University's Department of Zoology. Adrian Simpson is a Reader in Mathematics Education in the School of Education at Durham University. He is also Principal of Josephine Butler College. His research has primarily focused on students' thinking across transition from school to university mathematics, the transition to independent graduate study, and mathematical logic and rationality.