Dr Susan Kenyon


NameDr Susan Kenyon
Job titlePrincipal Lecturer in Politics
Research instituteSchool of Law, Policing and Social Sciences

Research outputs

Inclusive transport, sustainability and travel behaviour change

Kenyon, S. 2024. Inclusive transport, sustainability and travel behaviour change.

Recognising, understanding and addressing the environmental, network and social impacts of the student commute to university in the UK

Kenyon, S. 2024. Recognising, understanding and addressing the environmental, network and social impacts of the student commute to university in the UK.

Understanding barriers to sustainable travel: Exploring the persistence of the car culture amongst young people in the UK

Kenyon, S. 2024. Understanding barriers to sustainable travel: Exploring the persistence of the car culture amongst young people in the UK.

Reducing scope 3 emissions: commuter students.

Kenyon, S. 2024. Reducing scope 3 emissions: commuter students.

Meeting the needs of our forgotten 40%: The rise of the commuter student

Kenyon, S. 2024. Meeting the needs of our forgotten 40%: The rise of the commuter student.

Conceive-Design-Implement-Operate: pedagogical innovation to enhance attainment, engagement, satisfaction and employability in political science

Kenyon, S. 2023. Conceive-Design-Implement-Operate: pedagogical innovation to enhance attainment, engagement, satisfaction and employability in political science . Journal of Political Science Education. 20 (2), pp. 240-252. https://doi.org/10.1080/15512169.2023.2284170

The importance of commuter students in our future-focused transport strategy. 

Kenyon, S. 2023. The importance of commuter students in our future-focused transport strategy. 

Increasing the employability of politics and international relations students: Adapting teaching methods to develop ‘industry-ready social scientists’

Kenyon, S. 2023. Increasing the employability of politics and international relations students: Adapting teaching methods to develop ‘industry-ready social scientists’.

Enhancing the student experience while addressing the climate emergency

Kenyon, S. 2023. Enhancing the student experience while addressing the climate emergency.

From widening participation to facilitating access to learning: reconceptualising the right to HE in response to the rise of the commuter student

Kenyon, S. 2023. From widening participation to facilitating access to learning: reconceptualising the right to HE in response to the rise of the commuter student.

From widening participation to facilitating access to learning: responding to the rise of the ‘commuter student’

Kenyon, S. 2023. From widening participation to facilitating access to learning: responding to the rise of the ‘commuter student’.

Online learning and teaching during the pandemic: the experience of commuter students

Kenyon, S. 2022. Online learning and teaching during the pandemic: the experience of commuter students.

A student-led evaluation of flipped learning: developing ‘cooperative blended learning’ to build relationships and enhance learning and engagement in politics

Kenyon, S., Inge, J. and Dawes, R. 2021. A student-led evaluation of flipped learning: developing ‘cooperative blended learning’ to build relationships and enhance learning and engagement in politics.

Commuter student engagement online and on campus: learning, community and wellbeing.

Kenyon, S. 2021. Commuter student engagement online and on campus: learning, community and wellbeing.

‘It mixed normal life with academic life. I felt safe and more engaged’. How an assessment accidentally built community, confidence and belonging

Kenyon, S., Phillips, R. and Robinson, B. 2020. ‘It mixed normal life with academic life. I felt safe and more engaged’. How an assessment accidentally built community, confidence and belonging.

Travel behaviour science

Kenyon, S. 2020. Travel behaviour science.

Rethinking module evaluation: defining, measuring and promoting engagement with teaching excellence by enabling the unfettered student voice.

Kenyon, S. 2019. Rethinking module evaluation: defining, measuring and promoting engagement with teaching excellence by enabling the unfettered student voice.

Harnessing behavioural economics for academic leadership: a case study

Kenyon, S. 2018. Harnessing behavioural economics for academic leadership: a case study.

Commuter students: Understanding their travel behaviour and reducing their environmental impact

Kenyon, S. 2024. Commuter students: Understanding their travel behaviour and reducing their environmental impact. in: Filho, W. L., Sima, M., Salvia, A. L., Kovaleva, M. and Manolos, E. (ed.) University Initiatives on Climate Change Education and Research London Springer.

Embedding the social sciences in engineering education: collaboration with a Politics degree

Kenyon, S. 2023. Embedding the social sciences in engineering education: collaboration with a Politics degree. in: Lyng, R., Bennedsen, J., Bettaieb, L., Bodsberg, N. R., Edstrom, K., Guojonsdottir, M. S., Roslof, J., Solbjorg, O. K. and Oien, G. (ed.) Proceedings of the 19th International CDIO Conference, Trondheim, Norway, 26-29 June 2023 Trondheim NTNU SEED.

Embedding the social sciences in engineering education: collaboration with a Politics degree.

Kenyon, S. 2023. Embedding the social sciences in engineering education: collaboration with a Politics degree. Proceedings of the International CDIO Conference. 2023.
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