Adam is a digital experimenter, focusing on interaction design and user experience. He lectures in Games and Interactive Design, specialising in mobile apps and tangible interfaces.
Programme Leader - Design and Technology Teacher Training
Whilst gaining a first class honours degree in graphic design at Bath Spa University, Alex honed his design and photography skills working on self initiated music design projects.
Since joining Newport Business School in 2007 she has set up the Business Accountability and Responsibility Centre (BARC) and taken an active role in the development of new law programmes
Alice Ridding is an ex student at the University of Wales, Newport. She graduated from the University in 2009 with a BA in Documentary Film and Television.
Alison joined the Centre for Community and Lifelong Learning in March 2009.
Alun joined the University on 1st September 2011 as Director of Sport, Health and Wellbeing. Pior
Dr Richards is the Director of the Dyscovery Centre, having worked in the field of Developmental Disorders/Specific Learning Difficulties and Behaviour, Emotional and Social Difficulties and Mental Health, with children and adults
Amanda Kelland has worked in Special Education for over fifteen years, and has specialised in working with pupils with specific learning difficulties (dyslexia).
Professor Kirby has a chair in developmental disorders in education at the University of Wales, Newport.
After training and working as a teacher in his native Switzerland, Andreas studied Fine Art in London and Amsterdam.
Andrew began his career in administration and accommodation management and gained many years experience working for the Welsh Office and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Andy studied Drama at Aberystwyth University before undertaking a PhD with the University of Glamorgan.
He is now programme leader for the BSc (Hons) Sports Coaching where his main areas of lecturing are in Sports Physiology and Sports Coaching.
Angela has worked at Newport since 2002 whilst studying for a PhD in Archaeology.
Ann has worked as a researcher at Swansea University, to commercialise her PhD; where she was awarded a CIRP grant.
Barbara specialises in Human Resource Management, Leadership and Management Studies.
Barry Atkins' research interests focus on games aesthetics and questions of textual pleasure.
Dr Bela Arora joined the Centre of Excellence in Learning and Teaching in February 2010 as Associate Director. She has a strong interest in pedagogy with a particular focus on assessment and feedback.
In 2008 Bernard joined the University as the Director of a new partnership and integrated practice centre with a primary function on developing practice based links with the University in the areas of social work, youth work and counselling
Bethan began working in the Fashion industry in a production/junior designer role for childrenswear mail order giant Zed Kidzwear.
Previous to this post I was employed as Design and Technology with ICT Consultant (E Learning Consultant) for Nottingham Education Authority.
Blanka is a practising Art Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor. She joined the University in January 2011 to establish and manage two counselling services; Primary Schools Counselling Project and Newport University Community Counselling Service.
Carl has worked as a Learning Technologist in CDEL since September 2011. Before that he was part of the TELLS team, delivering E-Learning training and support to the School of H&SS.
Carol joined the University in 2004 as the School Inspection Administrator, since being appointed she has had various roles within the University and is employed in the Faculty of Arts and Business.
Dr Carol Wood is a senior lecturer in the School of Education at Newport University teaching physics and mathematics. She
Caroline has been teaching at the University of Wales, Newport in the animation Department since 1998.
A senior lecturer with the Business School at Newport. A chartered fellow of the Chartered Institution of Personnel Development (CIPD).
Catalin has taught fiction and documentary in Higher Education since 2005.
Catherine provides finance and administrative support to the Centre of Community and Lifelong Learning. She also provides support for research and funding applications.
Dr Catherine Purcell specialises in research that explores the link between perception and action in the context of road crossing.
Celia Jackson is an artist and Senior Lecturer who has lived in Wales for 22 years.
Dr Ceri Pugh is currently the module leader for Teaching Studies in the School of Education at University of Wales, Newport.
With over fifteen years of production experience in television, film and games. Charles has won both production and design awards in film and animation.
After moving back to Wales in 2006, Charlotte took up her post as a Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for Sports Studies at the University of Wales, Newport, based on the Caerleon Campus.
Before joining the University in 2010 Cheryl spent her career working in manufacturing and as a director of an industrial construction firm.
Chris Cashin has a background in the NHS as a Dietitian specialising in the area of diabetes, weight management and paediatrics.
Chris is a science graduate with post graduate qualifications in Management Studies, and Ecology and Behaviour.
Dr. Chris O’Malley joined the University of Wales, Newport in 2007 as Pro Vice Chancellor (International & Regional Development).
Lecturing full time into the BA (Hons) Fashion Design at University of South Wales, where his specialism is pattern making and design development.
Provides part - time administrative support for The CBLDOs in Newport and Monmouthshire in setting up the CCLL outreach classes.
Before joining the University in October 2004, Christine was self-employed having previously held secretarial/administrative posts in the NHS, GEC-Marcino and a local pub/resturant compnay.
Christopher Morris is a documentary filmmaker.
He has won three BAFTA awards, a Royal Television Society award, the Premios Ondas and prizes at the Celtic, Berlin and Chicago film festivals.
Prior to joining the University Christopher worked in a number of industrial electronics roles, on instrumentation and environmental testing, and as technical support and programming for room controllers and audio visual equipment.
Claire divides her time between teaching post graduate students beginning professional counselling training, seeing clients for conselling in a cancer charity and working with counsellors in her private supervision practice.
Colin joined the University in September 2010 as a lecturer in Engineering
Colin Pantall is a writer and photographer whose work focusses on childhood and the mythologies of family identity.
Coral Houtman is a fiction filmmaker and theorist particularly interested in integrating theory and practice in her teaching and research.
Corrado Morgana is an artist, electronic musician, curator and educator. He is currently programme leader for Computer Games Design at University of Wales Newport.