Editorial Team

The editorial board is comprised of eight co-editorial teams, chaired by a senior editor and supported by an editorial manager, and a communications officer.

Each of the co-editorial teams includes student and staff co-editors:

Senior Editor

Mick Healey, Emeritus Professor, University of Gloucestershire and Director Healey HE Consultants, United Kingdom

Co-Editorial Team (Australia)

Kelly E Matthews, Associate Professor in Higher Education Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation, The University of Queensland, and Australian Learning & Teaching Fellow, Australia

Meng Zhang, PhD Candidate, University of Queensland, Australia

Co-Editorial Team (Canada)

Robert Fleisig, Associate Professor, Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology, McMaster University, Canada

Sumayyah Sokeechand, PhD Candidate, McMaster University, Canada

Co-Editorial Team (Canada)

Leanne De Souza-Kenney, Assistant Professor, Human Biology Program & Health Studies Program, University College, Cross-appointed to Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto, Canada 

Mustafa Zaidi, University of Toronto, Canada

Co-Editorial Team (China) 

Amrita Kaur, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Wenzhou-Kean University, China

Zou Wei, Wenzhou-Kean University, China

Co-Editorial Team (Pakistan) 

Launa Gauthier, Senior Advisor for Strategic Projects, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Pakistan

Minahil Tariq, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Pakistan 

Co-Editorial Team (South Africa) 

Glenda Cox, Senior Lecturer, Centre of Innovation in Teaching and Learning, University of Cape Town

Christine Immenga, Senior Co-ordinator: Student Governance, Department of Student Affairs at University of Cape Town

Co-Editorial Team (UK)

Megan Rushton, University of Cheste,r United Kingdom

Ruth L. Healey, Professor of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, University of Chester, United Kingdom

Co-Editorial Team (US)

Alison Cook-Sather, Mary Katharine Woodworth Professor of Education, Bryn Mawr College, and Director, Teaching and Learning, Institute, Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges, United States

Sarah Slates, Assistant Professor of Social Work, Seton Hill University.

Communications Officer


Editorial Manager

Ian Steinberg, McMaster University

International Advisory Group (IAG)

A small, distinguished group of experts in students as partners advise the Editorial Board on a regular basis as to the development of the journal. These experts include both academics and students. Members of this group are usually also members of the International Reviewer Panel, acting as experienced reviewers.

Members of the International Advisory Group include:

  1. Sophia Abbot (student, George Mason University, USA)
  2. Arshad Ahmad (staff, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan) 
  3. Samantha Allard (student, Florida Gulf Coast University, USA)
  4. Kim Dej (staff, McMaster University, Canada) (Chair)
  5. Alexander Donoghue (student, Western Sydney University, Australia)
  6. Dara Drake (student, Syracuse University, USA)
  7. Peter Felten (staff, Elon University, USA)
  8. Rachel Guitman (student, York University, Canada)
  9. Elizabeth Ho (staff, University of Hong Kong, China)
  10. Vivian Lewis (librarian, McMaster University, Canada)
  11. Beth Marquis (staff, McMaster University, Canada)
  12. Luke Millard (staff, Abertay University, UK)
  13. Amanda Peach (librarian, Berea College, USA)
  14. Caroline Rueckert (staff, Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
  15. Roselynn Verwoord (student, University of British Columbia, Canada) 
  16. Cherie Woolmer (staff, Mount Royal University, Canada)