Vicky Gunn

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Head of Learning & Teaching

Learning and Teaching

Executive

Research Interests

Higher Education, Studio-based learning, Cultural studies, Queer theory, Practical theology, Late Antique/ Medieval History

Research Profile

Professor Vicky Gunn joined The Glasgow School of Art as the Head of Learning and Teaching in November 2014. Prior to that she was Director of the Learning and Teaching Centre at the University of Glasgow. All of her work is woven together through the theme of the applied humanities, both applied humanities in the creative practices and applied humanities as a creative practice. Her activity thus sometimes sits easily as Art & Humanities-based practice but also increasingly could be described as an humanities oriented sub-specialism of policy design.

Her work pulls together higher education practices, cultural studies, history, queer theory, and practical theology. Her research areas include:
• The relationship between broad personhood development and tertiary learning in creative pramore...

Qualifications

MA (Hons)
PhD
PFHEA

Latest Additions

  1. Notes from North of the Tweed: Do we need a new way of designing Scottish higher education policy?

    Gunn, Vicky (2017) Notes from North of the Tweed: Do we need a new way of designing Scottish higher education policy? SRHE Newsletter. pp. 10-11.
  2. Design education in higher education

    Gunn, Vicky (2018) Design education in higher education. In: A Companion to Contemporary Design. Wiley-Blackwell.
  3. Inspiring Desire: A new materialist bent to doctoral education in Arts and Humanities

    Carter, Susan and Gunn, Vicky (2017) Inspiring Desire: A new materialist bent to doctoral education in Arts and Humanities. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education. ISSN 1474-0222
  4. The TEF and HERB cross the devolved border (Part 2): the paradoxes of jurisdictional pluralism

    Gunn, Vicky (2017) The TEF and HERB cross the devolved border (Part 2): the paradoxes of jurisdictional pluralism. SRHE News (27). pp. 14-17.
  5. Devolved-yet-not-independent: TEF and accountability in Scotland

    Gunn, Vicky (2016) Devolved-yet-not-independent: TEF and accountability in Scotland. WonkHE Blog.
  6. The TEF crosses the devolved border

    Gunn, Vicky (2016) The TEF crosses the devolved border. Society for Research into Higher Education, SRHE Blog.
  7. Prophetic Nomadism: An Art School Sustainability-Oriented Educational Aim?

    Gunn, Vicky (2016) Prophetic Nomadism: An Art School Sustainability-Oriented Educational Aim? International Journal Of Art and Design Education, 35 (3). pp. 316-326. ISSN 1476-8062
  8. The latest TEF Assessment Framework, automated analysis of data, and some Scottish anxiety

    Gunn, Vicky (2016) The latest TEF Assessment Framework, automated analysis of data, and some Scottish anxiety. SRHE News, 26. pp. 9-11.
  9. Transgressing the traditional? Teaching and learning methods in a medieval history access course

    Gunn, Vicky (2000) Transgressing the traditional? Teaching and learning methods in a medieval history access course. Teaching in Higher Education, 5 (3). pp. 311-321. ISSN 1356-2517
  10. Teaching medieval towns: group exercises, individual presentations and self-assessment

    Roach, Andrew and Gunn, Vicky (2002) Teaching medieval towns: group exercises, individual presentations and self-assessment. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 39 (3). pp. 196-204. ISSN 1470-3297