Caroline Lewis is a Senior Lecturer and Assistant Academic Director for Childhood and Education at UWTSD. She currently leads the MA Education Studies and PGCE (PCET) programmes and also teaches on the BA Education Studies programmes. She is an executive member of BESA and is currently Vice-Chair of the association. She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the End Child Poverty (Wales) steering group.
Research Interests: Poverty and its impact on social mobility and aspirations; The role of technology on higher education pedagogy; Student experience and widening access within higher education; Development of Welsh government policy in relation to education and well-being; Post 16 teacher training.
- Lewis, C. (2013) 'Student community engagement and the undergraduate experience. A case study analysis of the development of employability skills and graduate attributes'. 9th Annual BESA Conference. Swansea Metropolitan University, 27-28 June.
- Lewis, C. (2014) 'A degree in Education Studies? What do I do with that?'. 10th Annual BESA Conference. University of Glasgow, 26-27 June.
- Lewis, C. (2016) 'Education and Devolution in Wales: Heaven or Hell?'. 12th Annual BESA Conference. University of Wolverhampton, 30th June - 1st July.
- Lewis, C. (2017) 'But is this relevant for the assignment?'. 13th Annual BESA Conference. Liverpool Hope University, 29-30 June.
- Lewis, C. & Hutchings, L. (2018) 'Studying in my pyjamas: A case study of online learning and undergraduate experience'. 14th Annual BESA Conference. University of Bolton, 28-29 June.