1. Doctor Andrew Gunn
School of Education, University of Leeds

Andrew Gunn is a researcher of higher education, with a background in political science. In 2011 he was Worldwide Universities Network Visiting Researcher at the University of Auckland and in 2014 secured a British Higher Education Academy grant. Andrew is a member of the Society for Research into Higher Education.

2. Dr Nikolai Mouraviev
Dundee Business School, Abertay University

Nikolai Mouraviev holds PhD in Management from the University of Northampton, UK and works at Abertay University in Dundee, Scotland. Previously he has held teaching positions in Russia, the United States and Kazakhstan. His research focuses on how nations and universities address globalisation challenges in higher education.

3. Dr Will Baker

Department of Modern Languages, University of Southampton

I am Deputy Director of the Centre for Global Englishes, University of Southampton. My research concerns intercultural communication, English as a lingua franca and English as a medium of instruction education and ELT. My recent publications include the monograph ‘Culture and Identity through English as a Lingua Franca’ (DeGruyter Mouton).  

4. Dr Kenneth Fordyce Moray
House School of Education, University of Edinburgh

Kenneth Fordyce is a Lecturer in TESOL at the University of Edinburgh, and previously worked for 10 years at Hiroshima University, Japan. His main research interest relates issues around intercultural pragmatics in internationalized higher education contexts, with a specific interest in the expression of criticality in academic discourse.

5. Dr Josef Ploner
Department of Education Studies, University of Hull

Josef Ploner is Lecturer of International Education and joined the Faculty in 2014. His academic journey has led him via Cultural Anthropology, Tourism and Heritage Studies to Education Studies, and he also worked as a Museum Curator and Education Officer in Innsbruck, Austria. Interdisciplinary in scope, his research and teaching interests focus on student mobilities and cultural (ex)change in international Higher Education settings; internationalisation, diversity and inclusion in Higher Education; travel and tourism as forms of learning and cultural encounter.  

6. Dr Troy McConchy
Centre of Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick

7. Dr David Menendez Alvarez-Hevia

Department of Childhood, Youth and Education Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University

I am a senior Lecturer in Education Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University. I am originaly from the north of Spain but living in the UK since 2006. My background is in Pedagogy and psychology of education and my areas of research are emotions in education, the context of higher education and research methods. I am involved in developing, coordinating and teaching undergraduate and master programmes at the faculty of education.

8. Dr Alina Schartner
School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, Newcastle University

Alina Schartner is Lecturer in Applied Linguistics at Newcastle University, UK where she teaches on the MA Cross-Cultural Communication. She was previously a Research Associate with the Research Centre for Learning and Teaching (CfLaT). Her research interests include intercultural communication, social psychology, and the internationalisation of higher education.   

9. Dr Li Li
Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter

10. Dr Karin Zotzmann
English Language Teaching, University of Southampton

Dr. Karin Zotzmann works as a lecturer at the University of Southampton and has previously been employed by the IoE (UK) and different universities in Mexico. She holds a Ph.D.from Lancaster University and three M.A.-degrees. Her research interests include intercultural education, academic literacy practices and genre and discourse theory and analysis.

11. Dr Mabel Victoria
Intercultural Business Communication Department, Edinburgh Napier University

Mabel P. Victoria is a Lecturer in Intercultural Business Communication at Edinburgh Napier University. She was born in the Philippines, spent most of her life in Canada and Switzerland, and completed her postgraduate studies in the UK. Her research explores how international students at a Thai university negotiate social interaction.

12. Professor Fiona Copland
School of Education, University of Stirling

Fiona Copland is Professor of TESOL at University of Stirling, Scotland.  She has worked as a teacher and teacher trainer in Nigeria, Hong Kong, Japan and England.  Her current research focuses on teaching young learners, NESTs, and the international student experience in the UK.  Her most recent book is Linguistic Ethnography: Collecting, analysing and presenting data.

13. Dr Sheila Trahar
Graduate school of Education, University of Bristol

Sheila Trahar is Reader in International Higher Education, University of Bristol. She has published widely in the area of international higher education using narrative inquiry and autoethnography, which render her work methodologically innovative in the field.  Both her research and her teaching reflect her commitment to inclusivity in higher education.





1. Nitchaya Boonma
Department of Foreign Languages, Kasetart University

Nitchaya Boonma is currently an English instructor at Kasetsart University. She received her EdD in Language Education from the University of Leeds, UK. She has been teaching English for almost 10 years and had some experiences teaching Thai at the tertiary level in UK. She is interested in language learning motivation particularly of low proficiency students.

2. Dr Thamrongsin Siripongsakul
Department of Materials and Production Technology Engineering, King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

Thamrongsin Siripongsakul (D. Eng. in Applied Physics, Graduate School of Engineering of Tohoku University, Japan) has been a lecturer in the department of Materials Engineering at King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB) for 3 years. His expertise is in the field of fabrication and application of magnetic thin films. At present, his research interest includes the surface treatment technology for metallic materials. He is in charge of the International Program in Materials Engineering at KMUTNB. The department of materials engineering has taken part of promoting the internationalization by launching a bilingual program since 2013. The program has been started for undergraduate students, and then developed to be an international program in 2015. During the programs, the students receive intensive instruction on materials engineering in English.

3. Dr Intira Bumrungsalee
Department of Foreign Languages, Kasetsart University

Intira Bumrungsalee had her BA and MA (English) at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand before completing her PhD (Translation Studies) at Warwick University in 2014. Her eclectic research interests include audiovisual translation, intercultural communication and film studies.  She has six years’ experience of teaching undergraduate students at several Thai universities.

4. Dr Duangkamol Thitivesa
Faculty of Education, Suan Sunandha Rajabhad University

Duangkamol Thitivesa is an English Department Head of the Faculty of Education, Suan Suanadha Rajabhat University.  Her research and teaching focus on English language teaching methodologies (e.g. Cooperative Learning, Task-based Instruction, Project-based Approach, and English for Specific Purposes). My publications emphasize on the implementation of the aforementioned methods to enhance academic reading and writing skills, as well as speaking skill for adult EFL learners.

5. Dr Rattana Lao
Pridi Banomyong International College

Rattana Lao (Amp) is the author of “A critical study of Thailand's higher education reforms: The culture of borrowing” published with Routledge in 2015. She's currently a lecturer at the Pridi Banomyong International College, Thammasat University. She obtained a PhD in Comparative and International Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. 

6. Dr Andrew Snodin
Department of Mathematics, King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

Andrew Snodin is a lecturer in mathematics at KMUTNB, Bangkok. He previously worked as a researcher in theoretical physics at the University of Warwick, UK, and then at Mahidol University, Thailand. Since moving to KMUTNB, he has been involved with teaching and consulting in international programs in engineering and mathematics, at both undergraduate and graduate level.

7. Dr Jakkrit Jantakoon
School of Education, University of Phayao

My name is Jakkrit  Jantakoon (Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instructions, Naresuan University, Thailand) and I am  a Lecturer in Curriculum and Instruction, at the University of  Phayao, Thailand for 1 year and 5 months. I had Publications on disaster curriculum and disaster education.  Recently, I was granted  a research scholarship for young researchers from the Thailand Research Fund. The project title is “The development of local earthquake disaster curriculum for schools in the earthquake risk zone based on knowledge management” Moreover, I am interested in the indigenous knowledge for disaster risk reduction and spiritual development of student teachers.

8. Dr Petch Jearanaisilawong
Faculty of Engineering, King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

9. Dr Anyarat Nattheeraphong
Department of Western Languages and Linguistics, Mahasarakham University

Anyarat Nattheeraphong (PhD in English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick, UK) is a lecturer in the Department of Western Languages and Linguistics and the Assistant President for International Affairs at Mahasarakham University. Her research interests include teacher cognition and teacher education and development. I also work in the areas of motivation and learner autonomy. My general preference is for qualitative methods of inquiry.

10. Dr Korapin Paranapiti
Department of Foreign Languages, Kasetsart University

Korapin Paranapiti, an instructor in the Department of Foreign Languages, Kasetsart University, has taught foundation English to EFL undergraduates for seven years. She perceived strategies and self-regulated learning as important assets to model. She is also interested in multiple intelligences and promoting ethics in language learners.

11. Dr Wilawan Inchamnan
Department of Interactive Design and Game Development, Dhurakij Pundit University

Wilawan Inchamnan is the head of Interactive Design and Game Development department, Information Technology Faculty. She has graduated from game and interactive entertainment, Queensland University of technology, Australia. She has taught Information technology and game design for 5 years and has had experience visiting international classroom from both USA and Australia. Her research publications include a framework for analyzing the creative potential of computer games and an analysis of creative process Learning in computer game activities through player experiences.

12. Dr Atipat Boonmoh
School of Liberal Arts, KMUTT

Atipat Boonmoh has been a full-time lecturer at King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) since July 2005.  He has taught both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.  Currently, he is a coordinator of the MA-ELT (English Language Teaching) programme.  He is involved in a project “English for International and Business Communication” for BETAGRO (Thailand’s agro-industry and food business) staff.  His research publications include technology in education, lexicography, and language teaching.  He is interested in expanding his expertise into the area of intercultural communication and internationalization of the curriculum. 

13. Dr Jiraporn Dhanarattigannon
Department of Foreign Languages, Kasetsart University

Jiraporn Dhanarattigannon (Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instructions, University of Florida, USA) has taught English at Kasetsart University for 24 years. Her research interest includes process writing, literacy, and TEFL. Her studies mainly concentrate on teacher-student conference for EFL learners. She has had her research presentations at international conferences. Recently, she wants to expand her area of study: writing and internationalisation.

14. Dr Bradley Corbett
Stamford International University

Bradley A. Corbett, PhD is the Director of Research at Stamford International University, Thailand. He also hold the positon of Adjunct Research Professor at the Ivey School of Business at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada. He has taught Research and Statistical Methods at the undergraduate, Masters and PhD levels in several different disciplines. Formerly he worked as a Research Analyst for Statistics Canada for more than 10 years. Dr. Corbett has a PhD in Education Studies, MEd in Educational Administration and Organization, and a BA in Population Health Studies.

15. Dr Rungtiwa Kogson
School of Education, University of Phayao

Rungtiwa Kongson (Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instructions, Chiang Mai University.Thailand) has taught Chemistry at Pongphattanawittayakham school for 14 years and taught Curriculum and Instructions at University of Phayao for 1 year. Her research interest includes education of chemistry science, develop problem solving thinking skill and creative relationship differences under cross cultural. Time to come, she wants to presentation her research at national conferences and wants to develop their academic studies in diverse research.