Caroline came to the University of Westminster in 2013 after starting lecturing in 2009. Prior to doing academic work she gained considerable experience working in Human Resource Management in both the public and private sector, building up expertise in resourcing, employee relations and also learning and development.
She is a full member of the CIPD (Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development)
Caroline completed her PhD in 2019. Her research interests are in studying the role of social interaction in the workplace, with a special interest in how this shapes educational settings.
PhD "Performance and practice in higher education: an ethnomethodological study of everyday academic work." - University of Bedfordshire (2019)
Masters in Human Resource Management (CIPD) - University of Bedfordshire (2008)
PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate in Education) - University of Hertfordshire (1992)
BA (Hons) in Humanities - University of Hertfordshire (1991)
Virtual performance and practice: an ethnomethodological study of online learning in a university during the covid crisis. - working paper submitted to the Journal of Ethnographic Studies (2021)