Madeleine Gray trained as an archivist and worked in extra-mural education before becoming a lecturer at Newport in 1998.
Magali Nougarède is a French born photographer, artist and lecturer who graduated from a BA (Hons) degree in Photography from the University of Brighton in 1996.
Margaret Constantas has been working professionally as a Writer and Director since 1994. She has been teaching at University of South Wales since 2000.
Dr Marie Thomas joined The Dyscovery Centre team in October 2010 following many years as a Research Fellow at Cardiff University, School of Psycholgy and two years as a senior researcher at Swansea University.
Mark Durden is Professor of Photography at University of Wales, Newport. He has published extensively on photography and contemporary art.
Joined the university in 1999 to develop and validate a degree qualification in Youth Work.
As the Academic Subject Leader in Design and Fashion, Mark oversees the management of the courses with the Design department, and teaches directly into both the BA(Hons) Advertising Design and BA(Hons) Fashion Design programmes.
Mark joined the University of Wales, Newport as an Access student in 1995. Staying with the UWN he has since studied at undergraduate and post-graduate level.
Interested in learning spaces and their impact on the student experience.
In 2001 he was appointed a visiting tutor at the University of Wales, Newport, in both the School of Education and the School of Business.
Mary Hedderman, Senior Lecturer in Marketing spent thirteen years in marketing practice prior to becoming a lecturer in 2002.
My post within the University involves developing learning and teaching strategies; lecturing at degree level and often working with post-graduates on the main University Campus.
Matt White is an artist and lecturer. In his practice, he devises working processes that explore how personal and moral conflicts are sited within a wider socio-political landscape.
Matthew is part of the DEHOV (Digital Economy Heads of the Valleys) team and is tasked with the remit to promote the advantages of Work Based Learning throughout this region.
Matthew has met and worked with some of the world's most influential animators and filmmakers. He has collaborated on a range of projects, including award winning short films and commercial campaigns.
Matthew Lovett is a musician and lecturer based at the University of Wales Newport.
Meinwen Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in Engineering and a postgraduate programme leader. She is responsible for co-ordinating technical masters dissertations.
Mel Tuckwell is a lecturer, coach, teacher and mentor. She is a highly experienced and qualified coach and coach educator and has also played International Netball at all levels.
Michael joined the University in 2003, and is currently Head of IT Services. Before joining the University he had 12 years experience working in IT within the higher education sector.
Michal joined the University of Wales, Newport in September 2010 as a Programme Leader for the Single Honours Psychology Programme.
Professionally qualified with extensive knowledge/skills within the management and delivery of life long learning and business development within Private, Public and Third sector.
Experienced Youth & Community Work practitioner with specialism in Youth Information & Guidance Work and Youth Work vocational training.
Mike joined Newport in 2005 to run the BSc Games Development & A.I., having worked on a number of innovative awards during his 12 years at Glamorgan, including their BSc Computer Games Development
Moira is a marketing officer within CES with a primary remit of working with the Faculty of Arts & Business.
Molly Owens is an award-winning writer, creative director, art director and designer, with more than 20 years professional experience in the advertising and creative industries.
Dr Mostafa Darwish joined the University in 2007. A member of the UK Committee on Climate Change since 2008, Dr Darwish holds a BSc ( Eng) Hons from Helwan University in Cairo, and a PHD from Brunel University.
Since completing her undergraduate Psychology degree at Swansea University, Natalie has undertaken a number of different psychology based roles working with a variety of different clinical groups.
Neil’s work encompasses graphic design, printmaking, as well as digital and traditional Illustration for screen and print.
Nic Dunlop previously lectured in English at Queen's University Belfast and the University of Birmingham.
Nick Carter previously worked at the University of New South Wales and Macquarie University in Sydney and at De Montfort University.
Nicola has been lecturing on a part time basis at the University since 1999. Her main areas of teaching are financial management, financial strategy and management accounting.
Nigel came to Newport in 2003 after 3 years in the Department of Theatre, Film & Television, University of Wales Aberystwyth.
Norman Seward has been a senior lecturer at the University of Wales, Newport since 2003.
Oliver joined the Centre for Community and Lifelong Learning (CCLL) in 2007 as a Research Assistant, having previously worked on various voluntary sector and educational projects.