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Dennis Duty
Dennis Duty
Dr Dennis Duty, Senior Lecturer, University of Huddersfield
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Experienced professionals and doctoral study: A performative agenda
S Kelly, J Nicholson, P Johnston, D Duty, R Brennan
Industrial Marketing Management 92, 232-243, 2021
82021
Seven years at the coal-face: the retention phenomenon through the lens of a year tutor
DJ Duty
University of Huddersfield, 2011
52011
Ten tips to help students become more employable
R Brooks, DJ Duty
The Conversation, 2016
22016
Experienced professionals and doctoral study: a search for performative co-creation
S Kelly, J Nicholson, D Duty, P Johnson, D Brennan
Industrial Marketing Management, 2020
2020
Achievement and Retention of British-Pakistani Students in UK Higher Education: Using Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions to Ask All the Right Questions
R Nadeem, D Duty
Conference Dates: 4th-5th November 2019 Venue: St. Hilda’s College, The …, 2019
2019
Promoting inclusivity through the learning environment
D Duty, P Armitage
The inclusivity gap, 374-387, 2019
2019
Retention of British Pakistani Students in UK Higher Education. An exploration of reasons.
R Nadeem, D Duty, B Analoui
Applied Research International Conference, 75-91, 2018
2018
This is how to stop students dropping out of university
DJ Duty, R Brooks
The Conversation, 2017
2017
Students' experience of Working in Diverse Engineered Groups: Panacea or Pandora's Box?
DJ Duty, BD Analoui
2016
Retention-What Really works?
DJ Duty
2015
The use of information technology and social media to support transition
DJ Duty
2010
It’s not them it’s us: Adapting the institution to enhance student success and improve retention
DJ Duty
2010
From Non-Traditional to Individual: looking beyond the stereotypes by developing a systematic approach to first year retention and progression
DJ Duty
2006
Design of an integrated throughput based control and information system for a medium sized textile manufacturer
DJ Duty
Proceeding of the second International SMESME conference, 271-281, 1999
1999
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