Christine joined the Accountancy team in July 2009, teaching on a number of professional programmes (ICAEW, ACCA, CIMA) and postgraduate courses.
David has over fifteen years lecturing experience in Civil and Structural Engineering and Applied Mathematics and has had involvement with the current Degree and Higher National provisions since their onset in 1999.
David teaches on both the BA Religous Studies and the MA Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship.
Visiting Lecturer at University of Wales Newport since 1991. Teaching studio based practice to year 1, 2 and 3 students, including group workshops, group discussion and critique sessions, one to one personal tutorials and hands on experiential teaching.
Programme Leader for Certificate of Higher Education, Introduction to Secondary Teaching.
David joined the University of Wales, Newport in April 2011 as Commercial Manager having previously been Spinout Manager for three HEIs in S Wales.
She joined Newport Business School as a Senior Lecturer in 2012 after a decade of teaching professional accountants in the private sector.
Dawn Mannay is a Visiting Lecturer at Newport University where she is module conveyer of Sociology and joint module conveyer of Psychology on the Foundation and Access Program at the Faculty of Education and Social Sciences.
Debbie was appointed as Head of Student Registry in 2011 with a remit of ensuring a high quality experience for applicants, students and alumni.
Dewi Siôn Evans
His current remit is to increase income generated from commercial activity and promote the University’s business services and entrepreneurship activities.
He joined the University of Wales, Newport in August 2004 as Programme Leader of BA (Hons) Advertising Design at its inception.
Edward is currently academic subject leader for undergraduate Business & Law at Newport Business School, having previously held various management roles within the university.
I came to Wales to work at the Newport Art School in 1990 - after having taught at the University of Colorado, Boulder and Metropolitan State College in Denver - and stayed.
Before joining the Centre for Community and Lifelong Learning (CCLL) Elaine lectured in the area of Equality and Diversity with the then School of Health and Social Sciences.
Eleanor studied art and architectural history as part of her history degree at the University of Oxford, then went on to take a specialist diploma in the subject.
In 2010 Elizabeth took on the role of Programme Leader for Photography for Fashion & Advertising, one of the fastest growing programmes in the Faculty of Arts and Business
Els van Ooijen
Dr Els van Ooijen offers psychotherapy, counselling,
supervision and training workshops through her private consultancy ‘Nepenthe’ in Bristol.
Emma Forouzan is Enterprise Manager in the Commercial and External Services Department at the University of Wales, Newport.
Previous to her post with BeWEHL Emma worked as a Communities First Capacity Building Officer, with Voluntary Action Merthyr Tydfil.
In the spring of 2007, whilst writing up his thesis, he joined the Newport Social Ethics Research Group (SERG) to work for two years on EuroEthos, an international research project funded by the European Commission.
Born in London in 1947, he attended Henry Compton Comprehensive School. After leaving school he had various jobs before joining the Royal Navy as a Marine Engineering Mechanic.
I lead the department of Engineering & Computing, within the School of Design, Engineering, Fashion & Technology.
Florence currently teaches documentary Film History, Theory and Practice, including producing, directing, transnational documentary and cultural representations.
Fran has spent most of her career in the Civil Service working in the field of IT including data handling, computer operations, and finally as a Communications Specialist on Help Desk Support.