Dr Alex Elwick joined Middlesex University in 2016. Previously he was the research officer at Education Development Trust, an education charity and consultancy based in Reading. He has an AHRC-funded PhD in Museum and Gallery Studies (completed in 2013) and has been a RCUK Fellow at the Library of Congress, Washington DC.
PhD 'Non-formal learning in museums and galleries' - Newcastle University
PGCert Higher Education - Middlesex University
PGCert Research Training - Newcastle University
MA Art Museum and Gallery Education - Newcastle University
Johnny Chan - Conflict Resolution amongst College Students and their Peers
Alex is interested in supervising doctoral candidates in the following areas:
School system research
The use of evidence in education
Research Outputs & Interests
Alex is particularly interested in education policy and the use of research evidence in education. His previous work has focused on education system reform (both in the UK and internationally); school effectiveness and school improvement; higher education policy; and learning in museums and art galleries.
'Equality, diversity and inclusion' - research into the British Council's internal and external approach to EDI across a number of countries, including Ghana, Kenya, Saudi Arabia and Jordan (funded by the British Council)