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Halina is a Senior Lecturer working in the Business School Learning Development Group. Since joining the University in 2006 she has worked specifically with international and EU students working in L2. She contributes widely to the Business School curriculum through teaching on a range of undergraduate and post graduate modules. In 2015 she led a project which developed comprehensive guidelines for assessment across the Business School. She has led University funded projects which aim to improve the international student experience and was the recipient of a PMI2 Overseas Study Bursary from UKCISA.
Halina’s research centres on internationalisation in higher education. She is undertaking a professional doctorate in education.
Bailey, W., Bordogna, C. and Harvey, H. (2016) ‘Creating a veneer of internationalisation? Are UK higher education institutions doing enough to integrate international academic staff into their working environment?’. In: 12th QS-APPLE, 22-24 November 2016, Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC), Putrajaya, Malaysia
Harvey, H. and Thomas, J. (2016) ‘Partnership Support for international Students’. In: Learning, Teaching & Student Experience 2016 5th annual conference, 26-27 April 2016, Aston University, Birmingham, UK
Byrne, G. and Harvey, H. (2015) ‘Supporting international postgraduate learners across a business school’. In: Perspectives on Masters Level Teaching, Learning and Assessment. London, UK: Palgrave. pp. 105-116. ISBN 9781137399366
Harvey, H., Rygiel, K. and Thomas, J. (2015) ‘Inspiring the International Student Experience: establishing and embedding specific support structures.’. In: NAEP National Annual Conference 2015, 16-17th June 2015, Kenilworth, Warwickshire
Bordogna, C. and Harvey, H. (2015) Reflecting on the HEAs Internationalising Higher Education Framework Available at: https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/reflecting-hea%E2%80%99s-internationalising-higher-education-framework
Harvey, H (2014) An analysis of international students' experience in British higher education Masters thesis, University of Huddersfield.
Blankenship, L., Byrne, G., Dadas, C., Harvey, H. and Updike, A. (2014) ‘Writing Studies Methodologies for Global and Digital Contact Zones’. In: Writing Research Across Borders III Conference, 19th to 22nd February 2014, Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre La Défense,
Byrne, G. and Harvey, H. (2013) ‘Intertwining Learning Cultures: A research based investigation’. In: 7th Conference of the European Association for the teaching of Academic Writing, 26th - 29th June 2013, Budapest
Byrne, G. and Harvey, H. (2012) ‘Business learning development: supporting international student transition’. In: Higher Education Academy Seminar Series: Learning, Research and Impact: Achieving Rigour and Relevance in HRD Research., 15th November 2012, Portsmouth
Byrne, G. and Harvey, H. (2012) ‘Business learning development: supporting international student transition’. In: The ABS Learning & Teaching Conference in association with the HEA 2012: Innovation in challenging times, 23rd 25th April 2012, Manchester, UK
Byrne, G. and Harvey, H. (2011) ‘Improving the international post-graduate student experience in British HE’. In: European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing (EATAW) Conference 2011: The Role of the Student Experience in Shaping Academic Writing Development in Higher Education, Limerick, Ireland, 29th June 1st July 2011
Harvey, H. and Byrne, G. (2010) ‘Embedded Writing Practice’. In: WDHE (Writing Development in Higher Education) Conference 2010, 28th - 30th June 2010, London, UK
Harvey, H. and Byrne, G. (2010) New approaches to teaching and learning: improving the international student experience. Observations of practice at the Howe Writing Initiative, Farmer School of Business, Miami University, Ohio, USA UKCISA
Harvey, H. and Byrne, G. (2010) ‘Blogging to Learn: using blogs to develop academic writing’. In: Cross National Boundries and Linguistic Borders: (Re) Thinking and (Re) Situating the Writing Center and WAC Connection in Europe and Beyond. European Writing Centers Association Conference.2010, 24th - 28th May 2010, Paris, France
Halina delivers regular staff development events on internationalisation both internally and in other HEIs.
Strand leader, Staff Development Group, Higher Education Academy Special Interest Group, Internationalisation of the Curriculum, 2013 -14.
Organiser Association of Learning Development in Higher Education, 2014: Learning Development Spaces and Places, University of Huddersfield 14th – 16th April 2014
Member of Association of Learning Development in Higher Education
Member of the European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing
Halina contributes widely to the Business School curriculum through teaching on a range of undergraduate and post graduate modules, with a particular emphasis on criticality in research and dissertation modules. She also delivers guest lectures on the PGC(HE) on the subject of internationalisation.