Staff Profiles: Prof. Anne Goodenough

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Prof. Anne Goodenough

Staff Profile: Prof. Anne Goodenough
Professor of Applied Ecology; Academic Course Leader: MSc Applied Ecology

Prof. Anne Goodenough

Prof. Anne Goodenough

Professor of Applied Ecology; Academic Course Leader: MSc Applied Ecology

Biology

Anne is a Professor of Applied Ecology with broad teaching and research interests spanning from nesting ecology of birds to ecological impact assessment, mammal conservation and the role of citizen sciences in studying biology and ecology.

Telephone: +44 (0)1242 714669 Email: aegoodenough@glos.ac.uk

Biography

I am Course Leader for MSc Applied Ecology, where I teach landscape ecology, ecological surveying and applied conservation. I also supervise posgraduate research projects, including PhDs in areas as diverse as surveying mammals, the role of citizen science in modern-day ecological research, plant biogeography and amphibian conservation. I am also a highly active researcher and publishes regularly in international peer-reviewed journals, as well as writing popular science articles and disseminating research at conferences. I involve postgraduate students in my research work wherever possible.

Accreditation

2013: Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (previously Fellow 2007-2012)

2013: National Teaching Fellow

2013: Chartered Biologist

2012: University Teaching Fellow

Awards

2013: Biosciences Lecturer of the Year (Royal Society of Biology); Runner up

2010: Research Excellence Award, University of Gloucestershire

2006: Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment Essay Prize

Membership of professional bodies

Royal Society of Biology

British Trust for Ornithology

Teaching and research

Teaching

I focus on practical and conservation ecology, field biology, avian biology and biogeography. My teaching is highly applied and uses lectures, seminars, workshops, fieldwork, lab work and computer analysis to link theory to its practical application.

Level

Undergraduate, Postgraduate

Research

 

My research focuses on applied ecology. This includes the ways in which species interact with their environment, the biotic effects of climatic change, ecological monitoring and conservation ecology. Although I work on many different taxonomic groups, my particular passion is applied ornithology – anything connected with birds has always fascinated me! My research is of an applied nature, having particular relevance to species conservation and habitat management.

Publications

More publications from Prof. Anne Goodenough can be found in the Research Repository.

Thesis Supervision

External responsibilities

Consultancy work:

JISC Open Educational Resources (2009/10): Development of a Virtual Learning Environment to teach ecological experimental design

Higher Education Academy (2011/12): Developing a supportive framework for field courses through video-based resources

Subjects for media interviews

Wildlife,

Conservation

Birds

Starling murmurations

Biological effects of climate change

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Professional positions

Trustee of Gloucestershire Wildife Trust.

Associate Editor of Bird Study.

Editorial Board of Microbial Ecology.

External examining

University of Bedfordshire: BSc Animal Science Shuttleworth College: FdSc Animal Management