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Dr Cat Mitchell

Senior Lecturer
Ngā Wai a Te Tūī
Location: Building 180, Room 2060

Publications

Mitchell, C F. (2022). Hihiko o Mangarautawhiri: Power sovereignty in Te Rohe Pōtae. Auckland, New Zealand, Unitec New Zealand.

Mitchell, C. F. (2021). Rangatahi ki te kainga: A research project that investigates housing for rangatahi Māori. Auckland, New Zealand, Unitec New Zealand (Vol. October 27).

Mitchell, C F. (2021). Writerly aspirations and doctoral education: Beyond neoliberal orthodoxies. Badenhorst, C., Amell, B., & Burford, J. Fort Collins, Colorado.

Milic-Jadresin, R., & Mitchell, C. F. (2021). IO3 Manual of best practices for a blended flexible training activity in architecture for higher education institutions. Prandi, E. & Strina. P. Parma, Italy.

Mitchell, C. F., & Tamati, D. A. (2021). Mā te huruhuru, ka rere te manu: Gaining insights into the experiences of postgraduate tauira Māori within vocational education. Rangahau Horonuku Hou: New Research Landscapes, Auckland, New Zealand.

Burford, J. I. A., Mitchell, C. F., Cronshaw, S., & Henderson, E. (2021). Care-full lives: Exploring the experiences of doctoral student carers: Symposium. SRHE Annual Research Conference: (Re)connecting, (re)building: higher education in transformative times, London, UK.

Mitchell, C. (2019). The dreams and promises of the university: Narratives of first-generation students in doctoral education. University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

Mitchell, C. (2019). Continuous improvement' in higher education: Response to neoliberalism and new public management in an Australian University: The invisibility of our take-over by Margaret Sims (2019). Melbourne, Australia, Australian Universities' Review (Vol. 61 (2)).

Burford, J., & Mitchell, C. (2019). Varied starting points and pathways: A duoethnographic exploration of 'diverse' students' uneven capacities to aspire to doctoral education. Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology (Vol. 10 (1)).

Jadresin-Milic, R., & Mitchell, C. (2019). Architectural history and design studio: Redrawing pedagogical boundaries. Learning through practice: The fifth annual peer-reviewed conference of the association of architectural educators, University of Westminster.

Jadresin Milic, R., & Mitchell, C. (2019). The Death of Aesthetics in Architectural Education? Possibilities for Contemporary Pedagogy. SAJ - Serbian Architectural Journal (Vol. 11(3)).

Mitchell, C. (2017). Class and the college classroom: Essays on teaching. Robert C. Rosen (Ed), Higher Education Research & Development (Vol. 36 (1)).

Grant, B. M., Mitchell, C., Okai, E., Xu, L., Ingram, T., & Cameron-Lewis, V. (2016). Doctoral supervisor and student identities: Fugitive moments from the field. Smith, J., Rattray, J., Peseta, T., & Loads, D. Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Mitchell, C. (2014). First generation students aspiring to live the academic dream: The role of supervisor support. In E. Bitzer, R. Albertyn, L. Frick, B. Grant, F. Kelly (Eds.), Pushing Boundaries in Postgraduate Supervision (pp. 203-214). African Sun Media.

Mitchell, C., and Malthus, C. (2010). Building strong writing foundations: An investigation into materials for teaching paraphrasing. van der Ham, V., Sevillano, L., and L George (eds), Shifting Sands, Firm Foundations: Proceedings of the 2009 Annual International Conference of the Assocation of Tertiary Learning Advisors of Aotearoa/New Zealand (ATLAANZ).

Mitchell, C. (2009). PASS - Peer Assisted Study Sessions Supporting First Year Learners. In E. Manalo, J. Marshall and C. Fraser (Eds), Student Learning Support Programmes that Demonstrate Tangible Impact on Retention, Pass Rates & Completion. A report for Ako Aotearoa, the New Zealand National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence.

Malthus, C., and Mitchell, C. (2008). Finding other words: Pathways to paraphrasing skills. From here to there: TWN Biennial Colloquium, Auckland, New Zealand, 2-3 December.

Mitchell, C. (2008). Walking an emotional tightrope: The role of emotions in a one-to-one learning consultation. In E. Manalo, J. Bartlett-Trafford and S. Crozier (Eds), Walking a tightrope: The balancing act of learning advising. Proceedings of the 2007 ATLAANZ Conference.

Mitchell, C. (2007). A + B = 1:1, formula required? Reflections on learning development and one-to-one teaching from a new learning development tutor. In C. Fraser and L. Ayo (Eds), Anchoring our practice: Perspectives, partnerships, projections. Proceedings of the 2006 ATLAANZ Conference.