Dr Dom Henri

Dr Dom Henri

Senior Lecturer, Director of Studies

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Science and Engineering
  • Department of Biological and Marine Sciences

Summary

Dr Henri is a behavioural ecologist and entomologist, specialising in population dynamics.

His ecological research focuses on the impact of environmental change, such as urbanisation and intensive agriculture, on animal behaviour, community-composition and ecosystem-stability.

Dr Henri is also a published pedagogical researcher, studying the development of student autonomy and self-esteem in preparation for employment.

Undergraduate

Senior Fellow of the HEA

2019 FameLab UK Finalist

2018 Royal Society of Biology Higher Education Teacher of the Year

2017 University of Hull Teaching Excellence Award Winner

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Expectation, motivation, engagement and ownership: using student reflections in the conative and affective domains to enhance residential field courses

Scott, G. W., Humphries, S., & Henri, D. C. (2019). Expectation, motivation, engagement and ownership: using student reflections in the conative and affective domains to enhance residential field courses. Journal of geography in higher education, 43(3), 280-298. https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2019.1608516

Ask a clearer question, get a better answer.

Henri, D., Morrell, L., & Scott, G. (in press). Ask a clearer question, get a better answer. F1000Research, 4(901), https://doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.7066.1

Natural vegetation benefits synergistic control of the three main insect and pathogen pests of a fruit crop in southern Africa

Henri, D. C., Jones, O., Tsiattalos, A., Thébault, E., Seymour, C. L., & van Veen, F. J. F. (2015). Natural vegetation benefits synergistic control of the three main insect and pathogen pests of a fruit crop in southern Africa. The journal of applied ecology, 52(4), 1092-1101. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12465

Link flexibility: Evidence for environment-dependent adaptive foraging in a food web time-series

Henri, D. C., & van Veen, F. J. F. (2016). Link flexibility: Evidence for environment-dependent adaptive foraging in a food web time-series. Ecology, 97(6), 1381-1387. https://doi.org/10.1890/15-0827.1

Student perceptions of their autonomy at University

Henri, D. C., Morrell, L. J., & Scott, G. W. (2018). Student perceptions of their autonomy at University. Higher Education, 75(3), 507-516. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-017-0152-y