Born in the South Wales Valleys, Gawains' Photographic work and research has focused around the environment and people of his youth.
He recently acquired an MSc in Sport and Exercise Science, and is now lecturing in Sports Science and managing the Sport and Health Laboratory at Newport.
George has been at Newport Business School since 2007 and is the course tutor for BA Business and HNC year 2 Business studies programmes and also lectures accounting subjects on the undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.
A co-founder of SERG in 2006, Gideon Calder’s main interests lie in the application of political, moral and social theory to contemporary issues ranging from democracy and equality, to disability, social inclusion and the environment.
Gill Edwardes joined the University of South Wales in 2005 as Chief cataloguer and Information Librarian for Health and Social Sciences.
Glyn joined the University in January 2010, having previously worked for Staffordshire University as International Officer and part time lecturer.
Glyn Robins left university and worked for Ferranti Computer Systems as a Systems Engineer.
Graham joined Newport in 2005 with responsibility for international student marketing, recruitment and admissions.
Gurvinder Singh Baicher
Gurvinder completed his undergraduate studies in Maths and Physics in India with first class degree and then moved to Nigeria where he taught for a year in a village school in Oro, Kwara State of Nigeria.
Hannah joined the University in 2006 following 6 years as Marketing Manager at Sgrin, the Media Agency for Wales where she was a film and media festivals coordinator and looked after the UK promotion of festivals and films created at the Agency.
Hayley joined the Accountancy team during October 2011, teaching on a number of professional (ACCA, CIMA, ICAEW), postgraduate and undergraduate courses.
Heather’s career has been spent as a community education practitioner in the East Midlands and South East Wales, before joining the University of Wales, Newport in 2007.
Work experience in psychiatric care; rehabilitation; Child & Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS); Learning Disabilities; schools, agencies and charities.
Helen Sear’s photographic practice has developed from a Fine Art background of performance, film and installation work made in the 1980’s.
Huw is currently the Web content editor for the University and is responsible for creating and editing content on the University’s website and Intranet.
Before joing the University of Wales, Newport he was Head of the Applied Languages Department at the University of Chichester.
Ian Janes is a Senior Lecturer in Accountancy and teaches Performance Management and Financial Management across a range of professional and postgraduate programmes.
Ian Walker studied Art History at Manchester and the Courtauld Institute, London. An interest in photography was sparked by coming to work at Newport and he has subsequently developed courses here in the history of photography.
Irene has worked extensively throughout the fashion industryas fashion designer and design directorof her own designer brand label.