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Dr Alison Copeland
Professor Simon Tate
Anthropogenic emissions or just a lot of hot air? Using air pollution to teach quantitative methods to “mathophobic” first-year geography students2022
Professor Simon Tate
New to Teaching Geography: A Practical Guide for Teaching Assistants, Teaching Fellows and Demonstrators.2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Dr Robert Shaw
Quan Gao
Professor Alastair Bonnett
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Social Geographies: An Introduction2021
Professor Simon Tate
Professor Peter Hopkins
Studying Geography at University: How to Succeed in the First Year of Your New Degree2021
Professor Simon Tate
Professor Peter Hopkins
Student perspectives on the importance of both academic and social transitions to and through their undergraduate geography degree2019
Dr Michael Richardson
Professor Simon Tate
Improving the transition to university: introducing student voices into the formal induction process for new geography undergraduates2013
Professor Simon Tate
Professor Peter Hopkins
Re-thinking undergraduate students' transitions to, through and out of university: examples of good practice in GEES disciplines2013
Dr Michael Richardson
Professor Simon Tate
University is not as easy as A, B, C...: How an extended induction can improve the transition to university for new undergraduates2012
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Simon Tate
The transition to and through university for non-traditional local students: some observations for teachers2011
Professor Simon Tate
The high wire act: A comparison of British transatlantic foreign policies in the Second World War and the war in Iraq, 2001-20032009
Professor Simon Tate
Whose occident? Methodological Parochialism in research on the west2005