Professor Lynn McAlpineVisiting Professor
I am particularly interested in and have been researching for some time the career trajectories of early career researchers in and beyond the academy, with particular attention to how work-related decisions are embedded within the rest-of-life. Recently, I have been examining the nature of mobility within and across labour sectors and organizations. Since this research, conducted laregly but not exclusively in the UK, Europe and Canada, has personal, pedagogical and policy implications, I often have the opportunity to give presentations and workshops.
Some recent publications not listed below include:
- McAlpine, L., Chiramba, O., & Keane, M. (2022). African experiences of international PhDs: Negotiating careers within broader life considerations. Studies in Graduate and Postgraduate Education, 13(3), 281-296.
- Inouye, K., &McAlpine, L. (2022). Writing across contexts: The relationship between doctoral writing and workplace writing beyond the academy. Innovations in Education and Teaching International. DOI: 10.1080/14703297.2022.2075431
- Bengtsen, S., & McAlpine, L. (2022). A novel perspective on doctoral supervision: Interaction of time, academic work, institutional policies, and lifecourse. Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences. 15(1), 21–45.
- McAlpine, L., & Inouye, K. (2022). PhD graduates in non-traditional roles: Harnessing communication knowledge to meet organizational goals. Studies in Graduate and Postgraduate Education. 13(2) 151-170.
- McAlpine, L., Keane, M., & Chiramba, O. (2022). African experiences of international PhDs: Making sense of a spectrum of career mobility trajectories. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057925.2021.2017769.