Richard Watermeyer
Richard Watermeyer
Professor of Higher Education, University of Bristol
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COVID-19 and digital disruption in UK universities: Afflictions and affordances of emergency online migration
R Watermeyer, T Crick, C Knight, J Goodall
Higher Education 81 (3), 623-641, 2021
Artifice or integrity in the marketization of research impact? Investigating the moral economy of (pathways to) impact statements within research funding proposals in the UK …
J Chubb, R Watermeyer
Studies in Higher Education 42 (12), 2360-2372, 2017
Impact in the REF: Issues and Obstacles
R Watermeyer
Studies in Higher Education 41 (2), 199-214, 2016
Issues in the articulation of ‘impact’: the responses of UK academics to ‘impact’as a new measure of research assessment
R Watermeyer
Studies in Higher Education 39 (2), 359-377, 2014
Lost in the ‘third space’: the impact of public engagement in higher education on academic identity, research practice and career progression
R Watermeyer
European Journal of Higher Education 5 (3), 331-347, 2015
From engagement to impact? Articulating the public value of academic research
R Watermeyer
Tertiary Education and Management 18 (2), 115-130, 2012
The impact of COVID-19 and “Emergency Remote Teaching” on the UK computer science education community
T Crick, C Knight, R Watermeyer, J Goodall
United Kingdom & Ireland Computing Education Research conference., 31-37, 2020
‘Excellence’and exclusion: The individual costs of institutional competitiveness
R Watermeyer, M Olssen
Minerva 54 (2), 201-218, 2016
Fear and loathing in the academy? The role of emotion in response to an impact agenda in the UK and Australia
J Chubb, R Watermeyer, P Wakeling
Higher Education Research & Development 36 (3), 555-568, 2017
Selling ‘impact’: peer reviewer projections of what is needed and what counts in REF impact case studies. A retrospective analysis
R Watermeyer, A Hedgecoe
Journal of Education Policy 31 (5), 651-665, 2016
Competitive accountability in academic life: The struggle for social impact and public legitimacy
R Watermeyer
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019
Challenges for university engagement in the UK: Towards a public academe?
R Watermeyer
Higher Education Quarterly 65 (4), 386-410, 2011
Evaluating ‘impact’in the UK’s Research Excellence Framework (REF): liminality, looseness and new modalities of scholarly distinction
R Watermeyer, J Chubb
Studies in Higher Education 44 (9), 1554-1566, 2019
The impact agenda: Controversies, consequences and challenges
KE Smith, J Bandola-Gill, N Meer, E Stewart, R Watermeyer
The Impact Agenda, 2020
Public intellectuals vs. new public management: the defeat of public engagement in higher education
R Watermeyer
Studies in Higher Education 41 (12), 2271-2285, 2016
A conceptualisation of the post-museum as pedagogical space
R Watermeyer
Journal of Science Communication 11 (1), A02, 2012
‘Pandemia’: A reckoning of UK universities’ corporate response to COVID-19 and its academic fallout
R Watermeyer, K Shankar, T Crick, C Knight, F McGaughey, J Hardman, ...
British Journal of Sociology of Education 42 (5-6), 651-666, 2021
Institutionalizing public engagement through research in UK universities: perceptions, predictions and paradoxes concerning the state of the art
R Watermeyer, J Lewis
Studies in Higher Education 43 (9), 1612-1624, 2018
Competing institutional logics in universities in the United Kingdom: schism in the church of reason
R Shields, R Watermeyer
Studies in Higher Education 45 (1), 3-17, 2020
Confirming the legitimacy of female participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM): evaluation of a UK STEM initiative for girls
R Watermeyer
British Journal of Sociology of Education 33 (5), 679-700, 2012
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