Staff Profile: Dr. Kenny Lynch
Reader in Geography
Reader in Geography
Kenny has researched and supervised a range of poverty and development research projects in a number of sub-Saharan African countries. He has also examined some excellent PhD theses and provided journals with peer reviews.
I am an experienced postgraduate teacher and supervisor, having supervised and examined a number of PhDs and Masters dissertations on topics that have mostly focused on African examples
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Scoiety with the Institute of British Geography.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Living in a globalised world
Threats to civilisation
Conflict and development
The postcolonial world
Rural-urban linkages in tackling pverty & development, especially in food security and urban and periurban agriculture.
Excellence in teaching and leraning in higher education, especially in active learning, authentic learning & employability, team-based learning, technology enhanced learning.
Social and economic geography, especially in food security, housing, participatory and restorative justice practices in environments of risk and poverty.
More publications from Dr. Kenny Lynch can be found in the Research Repository.
Peer reviewer for numerous geography, development and learning & teaching journals.
Member of the comittee for the Higher Education Research Group of the RGS (with the IBG).
Aspects of global poverty
Conflict & develoment
Teaching and learning in universities
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Editorial Board member for GEOVerse (undergraduate Geography journal)
Editor of Geography, the international scholarly journal of the Geographical Association (2001-7).
Masters in Creative Technology, De Montfort University (2011-15). Geography and related undergraduate courses at University of the West of England