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Professor MACFARLANE, Bruce

Personal Particulars

Professor MACFARLANE, Bruce

BA (Hons) (University of Essex, UK), PGCE (University of Leicester) MA (University of Kent, UK), PhD (University of London)

Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching)

Professor

Division of Policy, Administration and Social Sciences Education

Tel: (852) 2241 5417

Location: Room 414, Runme Shaw Building

Areas of Expertise:

Sociology and Philosophy of Higher Education

Areas of Expertise

Teaching Areas:
Higher Education

Research Interests:
Student academic freedom; intellectual leadership; academic ethics

Awards

2013       Visiting Professor, Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research, University of Sussex

2013       Visiting Professor, King’s Learning Institute, King’s College, London

2012       Fellow, Society for Research into Higher Education

2012       Visiting Professor, L.H. Martin Institute, Melbourne University

2011       Visiting Professor, King’s Learning Institute, King’s College, London

2011       Co-editor, Higher Education Research & Development (2011-present)

2008       Visiting Professor, Nagoya University, Japan

2008       Editorial Board member, Higher Education Quarterly (2008-present)

2008       Editorial Board member, Journal of Academic Ethics (2008-present)

2007       Principal Fellow, Higher Education Academy

2003       Editorial Board member, Business Ethics: A European Review (2003-2008)

2003       Editorial Board member, Journal of Business Ethics Education (2003-2006)

2001       Editorial Board member, Teaching in Higher Education (2001-2013)

2000       Fellow, Institute for Learning and Teaching

1993       Member, Society for Research into Higher Education (1993-present)

Projects

7.   Academic integrity: an exploratory analysis of Faculty perspectives in Hong Kong and Mainland China, The University of Hong Kong Seed Funding, HK$102,820 Role: PI (Co-I: Dr J. Zhang, Beijing Normal University, China), July 2011-December 2012

6.   Understanding intellectual leadership: an exploration of academic obituaries. The University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education Research Fund, $HK26,459, February-September, 2011. Role: PI

5.   Professorial leadership: identifying, recognising and leveraging the organisational capacity of the professoriate. Funded by the Leadership Foundation for higher education. Sep 2008-Sep 2009, Funding: £14,450. Role: PI and project director

4.   Managing Change and collaboration in dual sector (HE-FE) institutions

Funded by the Higher Education Funding Council Leadership, Governance and Management Fund and matching institutional funding, January 2006 - January 2009. Funding: £172,500. Role: PI and project director

3.   Universal Access and Dual Regimes of Further and Higher Education Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. 2005 – 2008, Funding:£240,000

Role: Co-I (PI: Professor Gareth Parry, University of Sheffield)

2.   An analysis of QAA business and management subject review reports 2000-2001, Funded by BEST, the Business, Management and Accountancy LTSN, Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, January, 2003 – June, 2004. Funding: £10,000. Role: PI (with R.Ottewill, University of Southampton)

1.   An investigation into the pedagogic challenges faced by business and management educators in UK higher education, Funded by BEST, the Business, Management and Accountancy LTSN, June, 2002 – December, 2003. Funding: £3,000. Role: PI (with R.Ottewill, University of Southampton)

Publications
Scholarly books (single authored)

SBS-5. Macfarlane, B. (To be published in 2015) Freedom to Learn: the threat to student academic freedom and how it can be reclaimed, Routledge/Society for Research into Higher Education, New York/Abingdon.

SBS-4. Macfarlane, B. (2012) Intellectual Leadership in higher education: renewing the role of the university professor, Routledge/Society for Research into Higher Education, New York/Abingdon. (GS:15)

SBS-3. Macfarlane, B. (2009) Researching with Integrity: the ethics of academic enquiry, Routledge, New York/Abingdon, pp 190. (GS:62)

SBS-2. Macfarlane, B. (2007) The Academic Citizen: the virtue of service in university life, Routledge, Abingdon, 2007, pp. 201. (GS:59)

SBS-1. Macfarlane, B. (2004) Teaching with integrity: the ethics of higher education practice, RoutledgeFalmer, London, 2004, pp. 184. (GS:104)

 

Scholarly books (co-authored/co-edited)

SBC-3. Garrod, N. & Macfarlane, B. (Eds.) (2009) Challenging Boundaries: managing the integration of post-secondary education, Routledge, New York/Abingdon. (GS:11)

SBC-2. Ottewill, R., Borredon, L., Falque, L., Macfarlane, B. and Wall, A. (2004) (Eds.) Educational Innovation in Business and Economics Education VIII: Pedagogy, Technology and Innovation, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp. 399.

SBC-1. Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (2001) Effective Learning and Teaching in Business and Management, Kogan Page, London, pp 208. (GS:35)

 

Chapters in books

BC-20. Macfarlane, B. (2011)Teaching, integrity and the development of professional responsibility: why we need pedagogical phronesis, IN Sugrue, C. and Solbrekke, T.D. (eds.) (2011) Professional Responsibility: New Horizons of Praxis?, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 72-86.

BC-19. Macfarlane, B. (2010) 'Values and virtues in qualitative research' IN Savin-Baden, M. and Major, C.H. (eds.) (2010) New Approaches to Qualitative Research: wisdom and uncertainty, Routledge, New York/Abingdon, pp. 19-27. GS:8

BC-18. Macfarlane, B. (2009) 'Community as an academic ethic' IN Strain, J., Barnett, R. and Jarvis, P.(eds.) Universities ethics and professions: debate and scrutiny, Routledge, New York/Abingdon, pp. 69-80.

BC-17. Garrod, N. & Macfarlane, B. (2009) ‘Careers’ IN Garrod, N. (first author) and Macfarlane, B. (eds.) Challenging Boundaries: managing the integration of post-secondary education Routledge, New York/Abingdon, pp. 3-12.

BC-16. Garrod, N. & Macfarlane, B. (2009) ‘Further, higher, better?’, IN Garrod, N. (first author) and Macfarlane, B. (eds.) Challenging Boundaries: managing the integration of post-secondary education, Routledge, New York/Abingdon, pp. 161-172.

BC-15. Macfarlane, B. (2008) 'Academic Citizenship and University Life', IN Robinson, S. and Strain, J. Ethics for Living and Working, Troubador Publishing, pp. 89-107.

BC-14. Macfarlane, B. (2007) 'Beyond performance in teaching excellence' IN Skelton, A (ed.) International perspectives on teaching excellence in higher education, Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 48-59.

BC-13. Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (2006) ‘A ‘special’ context?: Identifying the professional values associated with teaching in higher education’, IN Parkis, AG. (ed) Contemporary Ethical Issues, Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp 113-127.

BC-12. Macfarlane, B. (2005) ‘Placing service in academic life’ IN Barnett, R. (ed.) Reshaping the University: New Relationships between Research, Scholarship and Teaching, SRHE/Open University Press, London, pp 165-177

BC-11. Ottewill, R., Borredon, L., Falque, L. Macfarlane, B. & Wall. A. (2004) ‘A Preface’, IN Ottewill, R., Borredon, L., Falque, L., Macfarlane, B. and Wall. A. (Eds.), Educational Innovation in Business and Economics Education VIII: Pedagogy, Technology and Innovation, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp. x-xv.

BC-10. Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (2001) ‘Traditions and Tensions’ IN Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (Eds) Effective Learning and Teaching in Business and Management, Institute for Learning and Teaching/Kogan Page, London, pp. 3-15.

BC-9. Ottewill, R. & Macfarlane, B. (2001) ‘Understanding learners’ IN Macfarlane, B. &  Ottewill, R. (eds) Effective Learning and Teaching in Business and Management, Institute for Learning and Teaching/Kogan Page, London, pp. 16-28.

BC-8. Ottewill, R. & Macfarlane, B. (2001) ‘Educational challenges’ IN Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (eds) (2001) Effective Learning and Teaching in Business and Management, Institute for Learning and Teaching/Kogan Page, London, pp. 31-38.

BC-7. Ottewill, R. & Macfarlane, B. (2001) ‘Aims, objectives and learning outcomes’ IN Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (eds) (2001) Effective Learning and Teaching in Business and Management (Institute for Learning and Teaching/Kogan Page, London) pp. 39-45.

BC-6. Ottewill, R. & Macfarlane, B. (2001) ‘Learning, teaching and assessment’ (with Ottewill, R., first author) IN Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (eds) (2001) Effective Learning and Teaching in Business and Management, Institute for Learning and Teaching/Kogan Page, London, pp. 46-58.

BC-5. Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (2001) ‘Integration’ IN Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (eds) (2001) Effective Learning and Teaching in Business and Management, Institute for Learning and Teaching/Kogan Page, London, pp. 59-66.

BC-4. Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (2001) ‘Reflection and evaluation’ (with Ottewill, R., second author) IN Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (eds) (2001) Effective learning and Teaching in Business and Management, Institute for Learning and Teaching/Kogan Page, London, pp. 67-76.

BC-3. Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (2001) ‘Business Ethics’ IN Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (eds) (2001) Effective Learning and Teaching in Business and Management, Institute for Learning and Teaching/Kogan Page, London, pp. 108-122

BC-2. Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (2001) ‘Anticipating the future’ IN Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (eds) (2001) Effective Learning and Teaching in Business and Management, Institute for Learning and Teaching/Kogan Page, London, pp. 185-193.

BC-1. Ottewill, R. & Macfarlane, B. (2001) ‘Professional Development’ IN Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (eds) (2001) Effective Learning and Teaching in Business and Management, Institute for Learning and Teaching/Kogan Page, London, pp. 194-201.

 

Journal publications

J-49. Macfarlane, B. Dualisms in higher education: a critique of their influence and effect,  Higher Education Quarterly, in press.

J-48. Macfarlane, B. Student performativity in higher education: converting learning as a private space into a public performance, Higher Education Research and Development, in press.

J-47. Macfarlane, B. (2013)The surveillance of learning: a critical analysis of university attendance policies, Higher Education Quarterly, 67:4, 358-373.

J-46. Macfarlane, B., Zhang, J. & Pun, A. (2012) (in ifirst) Academic integrity: a literature review, Studies in Higher Education DOI:10.1080/03075079.2012.709495                   

J-45. Macfarlane, B. & Chan, R. (2012) (in ifirst) The last judgement: exploring intellectual leadership in higher education through academic obituaries, Studies in Higher Education DOI:10.1080/03075079.2012.684679

J-44. Macfarlane, B. (2012) Re-framing student academic freedom: a capability approach, Higher Education, 63:6, 719-732.

J-43. Macfarlane, B. (2012) Whisper it softly, professors are really academic developers too, International Journal of Academic Development, 17:2, 181-183. GS:1

J-42. Macfarlane, B. (2012) The higher education research archipelago, Higher Education Research and Development, 31:1, pp.129-131.

J-41. Macfarlane, B. (2011) Prizes, pedagogic research and teaching professors: lowering the status of teaching and learning through bifurcation, Teaching in Higher Education, 16:1,127-130.

J-40. Macfarlane, B. (2011) The morphing of academic practice: unbundling and the para-academic, Higher Education Quarterly, 65:1, pp. 59-73.

J-39. Macfarlane, B. (2011) Professors as intellectual leaders: formation, identity and role, Studies in Higher Education, 36:1, 57-73.

J-38. Macfarlane, B. & Gourlay, L. (2009) The reflection game: enacting the penitent self, Teaching in Higher Education, 14:4, pp. 455-459.

J-37. Macfarlane, B. & Hughes, G. (2009) Turning Teachers into Academics?: Locating educational development in a graduate school, Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 46:1, pp. 5-14.

J-36. Macfarlane, B. & Saitoh, Y. (2009) Research ethics in Japanese higher education: faculty attitudes and cultural mediation, Journal of Academic Ethics, 6:3, pp. 181-195.

J-35. Macfarlane, B. & Cheng, M. (2009) Communism, Universalism and Disinterestedness: Re-examining contemporary support among academics for Merton’s scientific norms, Journal of Academic Ethics, 6:1, pp. 67-78.

J-34. Garrod, N. & Macfarlane, B. (2007) Scoping the duals: the structural challenges of combining further and higher education in post-compulsory institutions, Higher Education Quarterly, 61:4, pp.578-596.

J-33. Macfarlane, B. (2007) Defining and rewarding academic citizenship: the implications for university promotions policy, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 29:3, pp. 291-303.

J-32. Macfarlane, B. (2006) Talking among ourselves? A personal journey across the silos of educational research, Research and Development in Higher Education, 29, pp. 216-221.

J-31. Macfarlane, B. (2005) The Disengaged Academic: The retreat from citizenship, Higher Education Quarterly, 59:4, pp. 296-312.

J-30. Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (2005) A 'special' context?: Identifying the professional values associated with teaching in higher education, International Journal of Ethics, 4:1, pp. 89-100. GS:3

J-29. Ottewill, R. & Macfarlane, B. (2005) The good, the bad and the ugly: Learning the lessons from subject review in business and management, The International Journal of Management Education, 4:3, pp 3-9.

J-28. Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (2004) Business ethics in the curriculum: assessing the evidence from subject review (with Ottewill, R., second author), Journal of Business Ethics, 54:4, pp.339-347

J-27. Ottewill, R. & Macfarlane, B. (2004) Quality and the Scholarship of Teaching: Learning from subject review, Quality in Higher Education, 10:3, 2004, pp. 231-241.

J-26. Macfarlane, B., Desjardins, J. & Lowry, D. (2004), The ethics of teaching business ethics: a reflective dialogue, Journal of Business Ethics Education, 1:1, pp. 45-55.

J-25. Ottewill, R. & Macfarlane, B. (2004) Pedagogic challenges facing by business and management educators in UK higher education (with Ottewill, R., first author), International Journal of Management Education, 3:3, pp. 33-41.

J-24. Macfarlane, B. (2003) Tales from the front-line: examining the potential of critical incident vignettes, Teaching Business Ethics, 7:1, pp. 55-67.

J-23. Macfarlane, B. (2002) Dealing with Dave’s dilemma’s: exploring the ethics of pedagogic practice, Teaching in Higher Education, 7:2, pp.167-178.

J-22. Macfarlane, B. (2001) Developing Reflective Students: Evaluating the benefits of learning logs within a business ethics programme, Teaching Business Ethics, 5:4, pp. 375-387.

J-21. Macfarlane, B. (2001) Justice and lecturer professionalism, Teaching in Higher Education 6:2, pp. 141-152

J-20. Macfarlane, B. (2000) Inside the corporate classroom, Teaching in Higher Education, 5:1, pp. 51-60.

J-19. Macfarlane, B. (1999) Re-evaluating the realist conception of war as a business metaphor, Teaching Business Ethics 3:1, pp. 27-35.

J-18. Macfarlane, B. & Lomas, L. (1999) Stakeholder conceptions of quality in single company management education, Quality Assurance in Education 7:2, pp. 77-84.

J-17. Macfarlane, B. & Perkins, A. (1999) Reconceptualising corporate strategy in business and management education, Education and Training, 41:1, pp 20-26.

J-16. Macfarlane, B. (1998) Business Ethics and the Idea of a Higher Education, Teaching Business Ethics, 2:1, pp. 35-47.

J-15. Macfarlane, B. (1998) Degree classifications: time to bite the bullet Teaching in Higher Education, 3:3, pp. 401-405.

J-14. Macfarlane, B. (1998) Refugees, Nomads and Tourists: an anatomy of business and management lecturers in higher education, European Journal of Business Education, 7:2, pp. 37-44.

J-13. Macfarlane, B. (1997) The Business Studies first degree: institutional trends and the pedagogic context, Teaching in Higher Education, 2:1, pp. 45-57

J-12. Macfarlane, B. (1997) In Search of an Identity: lecturer perspectives of the Business Studies first degree Journal of Vocational Education and Training 49:1, 1997, pp. 5-20.

J-11. Macfarlane, B. & Tomlinson, K. (1995) The significance of subject choice in explaining the first class degree divide between male and female graduates, Research in Education, 54, pp. 95-100.

J-10. Macfarlane, B. (1995) Business ethics: too little, too late, Education and Training, 37:5, pp. 36-40.

J-9. Macfarlane, B. (1995) Business and management studies in higher education: the challenge of academic legitimacy, International Journal of Educational Management, 9:5, 1995, pp 4-9.

J-8. Macfarlane, B. (1995) Shamrocks: Lucky for some? Management in Education, 9:1, February, pp.24-26.

J-7. Macfarlane, B. (1995) Client-based management education: values and quality, Management Development Review, 8:1, pp. 32-36.

J-6. Macfarlane, B. (1994) Issues concerning the development of the Business Studies undergraduate curriculum in UK higher education, European Journal of Business Education, 4:1, pp. 1-14.

J-5. Macfarlane, B. (1994) Competence-based management education and the needs of the learning organisation, Education and Training, 36:1, pp. 29-32.

J-4. Macfarlane, B. (1993) Business ethics and the role of pride, Management Education and Development, 24:4, pp. 309-315.

J-3. Macfarlane, B. (1993) The results of recession: students and university degree performance during the 1980s, Research in Education, 49, pp. 1-10.

J-2. Macfarlane, B. & Tomlinson, K. (1999) Managing and Assessing Business Enterprise Projects, Education and Training, 35:3, pp. 33-36.

J-1. Macfarlane, B. (1992) The ‘Thatcherite’ generation and university degree results, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 16:2, pp. 60-70.

 

Publication in policy or professional journal

PJ-8. Macfarlane, B. (2012) Ambition, Boredom, Friendship and Love: What they tell us about research ethics, Research Intelligence, 118, August, pp 14-15.

PJ-7. Macfarlane, B. (2011) ‘The unbundling of the academic role’, Borderless 2011: Perspectives on the Future, The Observatory on Borderless Education, 2011, p.10, www.obhe.org.

PJ-6. Macfarlane, B. (2009) ‘A Leap of Faith: The role of trust in higher education teaching’, Nagoya Journal of Higher Education, 9, pp. 221-238.

PJ-5. Macfarlane, B. & Garrod, N. (2007) ‘Managing Duality’ Engage: Magazine of the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, Issue 9, Q 1, pp. 14-15.

PJ-4. Macfarlane, B. (2001) ‘Engaging the sceptics: the challenges of teaching business ethics’, Perspectives, 9, Spring, pp. 13-14.

PJ-3. Macfarlane, B. (1996) Reflections on business ethics Economics and Business Education 4:4 (December), pp. 171-174.

PJ-2. Macfarlane, B. (1994) ‘Induction Programmes: Use and Abuse’ Business Education Today, January/February, pp. 8-10.

PJ-1. Macfarlane, B. & Tomlinson, K. (1993) ‘Reflections on Student Enterprise Projects in Higher Education’, Business Education Today, June/July, pp. 10-12.

 

Conference papers (published)

C-3. Macfarlane, B. (2007) The Academic Vocation: re-examining the relevance of Merton's institutional norms, in Deepwell, F., Haworth, J. and King, V. (eds.) Researching Academic Futures, 2nd International IPED Conference, pp. 148-154, ISBN 978-1-84600-0188.

C-2. Macfarlane, B. (2007) A cause for concern?: The impact of SOTL on academic citizenship, London SOTL, in Fanghanel, J. and Warren, D. (eds.) International Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (2005 and 2006) (CEAP, City University, London), pp. 166-170, ISBN 0-9543742-3-1 978-0-9543742.

C-1. Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (2003) How discipline-specific are pedagogic challenges?: The case of business and management education, in Gosling, D. and D’Andrea, V (eds.) International Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Proceedings 2001 and 2002 (City University, London), pp 244-255, ISBN 0-9543742-0-8.

 

All other outputs

Editorials

E-5. Macfarlane, B. (2014) Challenging leaderism, Higher Education Research and Development, 33:1, forthcoming

E-4. Macfarlane, B. & Grant, B. (2012) The growth of higher education studies: from forerunners to pathtakers, Higher Education Research and Development, 31:5, 621-624.

E-3. Grant, B. & Macfarlane, B. (2012) Celebrating our past, looking ahead to the future, Higher Education Research and Development, 31:1, pp. 1-4.

E-2. Macfarlane, B. & Spence, L.J. (2003) Redefining the Scholarship of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Ethics, 48:1, pp 3-7.

E-1. Cowton, C.J. & Macfarlane, B. (2002) Sharing best practice: UK Perspectives, Teaching Business Ethics, 6:3, pp. 275-277.

 

Book reviews

BR-8. Macfarlane, B. (2012) Review of ‘Martin Trow: Twentieth-Century Higher Education: Elite to Mass to Universal’, Higher Education Policy, 66:1, 123-125.

BR-7. Macfarlane, B. (2008) Higher Education and Civic Engagement: International Perspectives, Higher Education Review, 40:3, pp 91-93.

BR-6. Macfarlane, B. (2007) Review of ‘Higher Education Pedagogies: A Capabilities Approach’, Teaching in Higher Education, 12:2, pp. 289-291.

BR-5. Macfarlane, B. (2005) Review of ‘Researching Higher Education’, British Journal of Educational Studies, 53:2, pp. 230-232.

BR-4. Macfarlane, B. (2004) Review of ‘The Moral Foundations of Educational Research: Knowledge, Inquiry and Values’, British Journal of Educational Studies, 52:3, pp. 336-338.

BR-3. Macfarlane, B. (2003) Review of ‘The Scholarship of Academic Development’, Higher Education Review, 35:3, pp. 111-113.

BR-1. Macfarlane, B. (1999) Review of ‘Lifelong Learning and the University: A Post-Dearing Agenda’, Teaching in Higher Education, 4:2, 1999, pp. 295-299.

 

Newspaper articles

NA-16. Macfarlane, B. (2012) ‘Be here now or else – lamentable consequences of student ‘presenteeism’, Times Higher Education, 13 December, pp. 26-27.

NA-15. Macfarlane, B. (2012) 'Pack a moral compass or risk losing your way', Times Higher Education, 18 October, p 31.

NA-14. Macfarlane, B. (2012) 'I'm an academic and I want to be proud of it', TimesHigher Education, 4 October, pp. 36-40.

NA-13. Macfarlane, B. (2011) 'Command Performance', Times Higher Education, 17th November, pp. 35-39.

NA-12. Macfarlane, B. (2011) ‘Its time to stop winking at teacher-student affairs’, South China Morning Post, 17 July.

NA-11. Macfarlane, B. (2011) 'Boom blurs boundary between private and public universities', South China Morning Post, 3 July (Sunday Morning Post section, p. 6).

NA-10. Macfarlane, B. (2011) ‘Professors: cash cows or intellectual leaders?’, University World News, 3 July. http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=2011070115343013

NA-9. Macfarlane, B. (2011) ‘A question of ethics’. University World News, 13 March. http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20110312090845439

NA-8. Macfarlane, B. (2011) ‘And freedom for all means undergraduates’ The Australian, 19 January.

NA-7. Macfarlane, B. (2010) 'A question of culture as well as structure', The Australian, 27 October, 2010, p. 30.

NA-6. Macfarlane, B. (2010) 'The virtuous researcher' The Chronicle of Higher >Education, 9 April, p. A30.

NA-5. Macfarlane, B. (2009) ‘Role of professors mired in confusion’, University World News (online), 8 March issue 66, http://www.universityworldnews.com.

NA-4. Macfarlane, B. (2007) ‘It’s more than a stand-up routine’, The Times Higher Education Supplement, 23 November, p.20.

NA-3. Macfarlane, B. & Garrod, N. (2007) 'A Victorian idea in need of restoration' The Times Higher Education Supplement, 30 March, p.14.

NA-2. Macfarlane, B. (2006) ‘Keep the compact that binds us to each other’, The Times Higher Education Supplement, September 1, p 14.

NA-1. Macfarlane, B. (2003) ‘Take some time to think through daily dilemmas’, The Times Higher Education Supplement, 24 October, p 25.

 

Reports

R-2. Ottewill, R. & Macfarlane, B. (2004) Explicit and Implicit Judgements of Quality: An analysis of the QAA Business and Management Subject Review Reports (2000-2001), A Report for the Business, Management and Accountancy LTSN Subject Centre, University of East Anglia.http://www.business.heacademy.ac.uk/publications/misc/occasional/qaa.html/view

R-1. Macfarlane, B. & Ottewill, R. (2003) An investigation into the pedagogic challenges facing business and management lecturers working in UK higher education, A Report for the Business, Management and Accountancy LTSN Subject Centre, University of East Anglia.

http://www.business.ltsn.ac.uk/publications/misc/occasional/pedagogic/pedagogic%20challenges%20facing%20business%20education.pdf/

 

Editorships of special issues

Macfarlane, B. (2014) Leading the Academy, Higher Education Research and Development, 34:1.

Macfarlane, B. & Grant, B. (2012) The development of higher education as a research field, Higher Education Research and Development, 31:5, Routledge, ISSN 0729-4360.

Grant, B. & Macfarlane, B. (2012) 30th Anniversary issue, Higher Education Research and Development, 31:1, Routledge, ISSN 0729-4360.

Macfarlane, B. & Spence, L. (2003) Redefining the Scholarship of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Ethics, 48:1, Kluwer Academic Press, ISSN 1382-6891.

Cowton, C.J. & Macfarlane, B. (2002) Sharing best practice: UK Perspectives, Teaching Business Ethics, 6:3, 2002, Kluwer Academic Press, ISSN 1382-6891.

Professional Community Services
Contribution to Research Societies and other public bodies

Society for Research in Higher Education (SRHE):

Elected as Vice-Chair (2007-2010)

Elected as Member of Governing Council (2005-2010)

Appointed as convenor, Academic Practice Network (2005-2010)

Appointed as Chair, Annual Conference, Celtic Manor Wales (2009)

Appointed as Chair, Research and Development Committee (2010)

 

Economic and Social Research Council:

Member of ESRC Virtual College (2007-2010)

Member of Steering Committee member for Economic and Social Research Council Teaching and Learning research Programme Project entitled ‘Vicarious Learning and Case-Based teaching of clinical reasoning skills’, University of Sussex, 2004 - present

Reviewer of ESRC research applications in Research Programme on Teaching and  Learning (phase III), 2002

 

British Academy:

Reviewer for grant applications (2011-2012)

 

Higher Education Academy:

Principal Fellow (recognised in 2007)

Member/Fellow (2000-2007)

Accreditor (1999-2007)

Specialist reader, National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (2006, 2008)

Member, National Advisory Panel for the National Teaching Fellowship Project (2009-2010)

 

External Examining

External Examiner, Postgraduate Certificate in University Teaching, University of Edinburgh (2009-2010)

External Peer, King’s Institute of Learning and Teaching, King’s College London (April 2008 – July 2010)

External Examiner, Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Professional Practice and associated MA pathways, University of Coventry (2006-2010)

External Examiner, Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching, University of Sheffield (2004-2008)

External Examiner, Certificate in Academic Practice, King’s College, London (2002- 2006)

External Examiner, Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, Middlesex University (2001- 2006)

 

Conference, network and symposium convenor

7.   Chair, Roundtable on Intellectual Leadership (Contributors: A. Goodall, D. Watson, MJC Crabbe, and R. Deem), Society for Research into Higher Education Annual conference, Celtic Manor, Wales, December, 2010

6.   Chair, Society for Research into Higher Education Annual conference, Celtic Manor, Wales, December, 2009

5.   Network convenor, Academic Practice Network, Society for Research into Higher Education (2005 - 2010)

This involved the organisation of around 3/4 seminars annually across locations in the UK and the leading the reviewing and selection of papers for the ‘academic practice’ stream at the SRHE Annual Conference

4.   Symposium entitled ‘Further, Higher, Better? International perspectives on dual sector education’, SRHE Annual Conference, 12-14 December, 2006, Brighton (Panel: R. Stumpf, Nelson Mandella Metropolitan University, South Africa; L. Triplett, Kwantlen University College, Canada; N. Garrod , Thames Valley University, UK; G. Parry, University of Sheffield)

3.   Teaching track at European Business Ethics Network 17th Annual Conference, ‘Ethics and Entrepreneurship’, University of Twente, The Netherlands, 24-26 June, 2004.

2.   Teaching business ethics2: technology and innovation, Brunel University, 12-13 December, 2002 in collaboration with the European Business Ethics Network (with Spence, L., Brunel University)

1.   Teaching business ethics: Perspectives on best practice, City University, London , 1st June, 2001, in collaboration with the European Business Ethics Network (UK), the Institute of Business Ethics and Teaching Business Ethics (Kluwer Academic Publishers)

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