Elizabeth Long

Elizabeth Long

Associate Professor of English for Academic Purposes

Some of the courses I teach:

MTH 3140 – Scientific Reasoning
MTH 4110 – Calculus with Applications
MTH 4120 – Probability & Statistics
MTH 5120 – Probability & Statistics II

I teach on:
MA Art History and Visual Culture
MA Visual Arts Management and Curating
BA Art History and Visual Culture

Some of the courses I teach:
AVC 7100 – Research Methods
AVC 7105 – Visual Cultures
VAM 7100 – Research Methods
COM 4200 – Introduction to Visual Culture

Research Clusters:
International Visual Arts Cultures

Research Interest & Expertise:
Visual Culture, Urban Regeneration, Environmental and Social Sustainability, The Social Value of the Arts, Museum Education, Volunteering

Elizabeth has an MA in Classics from Oxford University which instilled her interest in language, both ancient and modern. Her earlier career was in banking and marketing, but she then retrained via CELTA and DELTA qualifications to teach English as a foreign language to students of all ages and nationalities, both in the language school environment and at other local Universities.
She joined Richmond University in January 2003, and has taught English for Academic Purposes and Academic Research and Writing to first year students. She is now piloting a new form of FYS (First Year Seminar) course aimed at helping students with the transition to University and looking forward to future employability. In addition she teaches Latin to Primary School children who would not otherwise be offered it in their curriculum and is a school governor of a local Richmond Primary School. She sits on the Appeals panel for Richmond schools admissions.

Faculty Research
Small steps towards employability, submitted to proceedings of EFYE Conference, Nottingham Trent University (June 2014).

Get in touch