Daniel Baxter

Lecturer in Tourism, Events & Sport
Daniel Baxter is a Lecturer in International Tourism and Event Management within the Department of Fashion, Marketing, Tourism and Events. His teaching the role events play in the destination specifically the concept of event tourism and the critical issues impacting the events and tourism industry. Daniel is also a fellow of the Higher Education academy. He is also on the executive committee of the Association Event Management Education (AEME). Daniel supports international development in his role as International Development Lead for the Glasgow School of Business and Society.

Daniel is working towards a Professional Doctorate in the area of Transnational Education. His research focus on current issues impacting the events and tourism sector. He has recently published work on the impact terrorism is having on events professionals and is working on research that seeks to understand the permeation of drag events into contemporary culture in the UK. He has contributed and developed various international projects, has been involved in a number of consultancy projects nationally and internationally and leads the international learning journey on the MSc International Tourism and Events programme.

Daniel has a wealth of experience within the International Events and Tourism industry. He has worked Tui UK, the Moffat Centre, ILOVETOUR and British Airways. Daniel utilises his industry experience and embeds this in his teaching, ensuring that students are developing the transferable skills needed to be future industry leaders.