Dr Crammond is senior lecturer (associate professor) in enterprise and management with a distinct teaching and research interest in enterprise and entrepreneurship education, reflecting on relevant stakeholders and the university context.
He is an internationally-published researcher and author, and teaches a number of modules across many disciplines. These include: entrepreneurship and innovation, organisational stakeholders and managing business relationships, business and management, leadership, human resource management, organisational development, and business and managerial research skills.
Dr Crammond is a Senior Fellow (SFHEA) of Advance HE, and Certified Management and Business Educator (CMBE) with the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS). At the University of the West of Scotland (UWS), Crammond is the module and CPD leader of the biggest entrepreneurship course at the university, Enterprise Creation. He is also an academic team lead for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs), and co-lead of the UWS Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Research Group. He is also a visiting professor at CBS International Business School, Cologne, Germany.
A thematic lead (Enterprise Education & Policy) in UWS's 'Transformative Enterprise Research Group' (TERG), Dr Crammond publishes in many academic journals concerning enterprise, management, and higher education, Crammond has also authored two books: Advancing Entrepreneurship Education in Universities: Concepts and Practices for Teaching and Support in 2020 (Palgrave Macmillan) and Entrepreneurship and Universities: Pedagogical Perspectives and Philosophies in 2023 (Palgrave Macmillan).
Dr Crammond is an associate editor with the Baltic Journal of Management and Journal of Intellectual Capital. He is also an editorial board member with International Journal of Intellectual Property Management and International Journal of Management Education.
In supporting academic development, Dr Crammond supervises undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral-level theses, is the academic lead for the UWS Business Student Society, is the writing retreat coordinator for early career researchers (ECR), academic representative on the School of Business & Creative Industries' school board, and is an occasional internal examiner & viva chair for viva voce examinations.
He holds several external roles in academia, including external examiner positions with the University of Aberdeen, and the University of the Highlands and Islands. He is also a research supervisor with the University of Stirling.
Crammond has written for several higher education and business-specific publications, including: Advance HE, Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS), the Entrepreneurial Mindset Network, the European Financial Review, the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI), Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF), The Conversation, The Herald, and Wonkhe.