Icram graduated from Middlesex University in 2013 with a combined honours degree in Sociology with Psychology and won the Undergraduate Sociology Award for Best Overall Sociology Dissertation. Following on from this, she commenced employment in the university as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Nursing and Midwifery department for two years and worked on the Dissertation and Research Methods modules. She also studied her Master’s degree during this time and successfully completed this in January 2016 in addition to achieving the status of Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy after completing two modules of the PGCert HE.
BA (Hons) Sociology with Psychology – 2013
MSc Professional Practice in Research Methods – 2016
Membership of Professional Bodies
The Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)
English - Fluent
Arabic - Conversational
Learning & Teaching Interests
Icram is currently employed as a Graduate Academic Assistant in the Nursing and Midwifery department and continues to work on an innovative module which she co-constructed and has been developing for the past two years. Her main responsibilities include conducting one-to-one tutorial sessions with students and providing feedback on work improving the academic skills of students whilst also offering support. Further to this, she offers substantial administrative support across both modules she is involved with.
Brown, Venetia and Corbett, Kevin and Serroukh, Icram (2015) The use of MCQs within team based learning: choosing the right approach to foster student learning. In: Middlesex University Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2015: Revisiting Assessment, 9 Jul 2015, Centre for Academic Practice Enhancement (CAPE), Middlesex University, London, United Kingdom.
Funded Research & Knowledge Exchange Projects
Highly Skilled Migration in the 21st Century (2012) ESRC Funded