Paul is the head of Newport University's Centre for Digitally Enhanced Learning (CDEL).
Initially working as an independent freelance photographer, Paul Cabuts’ career shifted toward education and the contemporary visual arts.
Paul has spent his career in stage, film, radio and TV as a professional actor, director, deviser and published writer.
Paul joined the University in 2006 initially as a visiting lecturer, and then as a Schools Officer from 2007 with the First Campus Reaching Wider initiative.
Paul Rees has been employed as a senior lecturer at the University of Wales Newport since August 2008 and has been part of the UK higher education sector since 1990.
Paul joined the University in 1998 having worked for Cardiff University since 1993.
Before joining University, Pavla has spent the last 10 years working for the British Sports Trust, designing and delivering leadership qualifications to support various educational curricula.
Born in Oxford in 1975, Peter Bobby is a Bristol based artist and lecturer who studied MA Fine Art at Cardiff.
He has taught at UWN since 2008 and continues to work as a theatre practitioner - directing UWN's annual Best Student Writing production at the Riverfront Theatre.
Worked in forestry designing woodland plantations and conducting ecological surveys.
Philip Cowan has worked freelance on over 80 film productions, including; Drama, Documentary, Performance, and Animation projects, working for BBC, ITV, C4, S4C, and numerous independent companies.
I am an Academic Psychologist with a background in research in mental health, neuropsychology and critical psychology.
Dr Phillip Morgan is a Senior Lecturer and Research Lead in psychology and is an experienced researcher in the areas of cognitive experimental psychology, applied psychology, and human factors.
In 2002 she moved to Newport to become a senior lecturer in post-compulsory education.
Professor Howell is Professor of Welsh Antiquity and Director of the South Wales Centre for Historical and Interdisciplinary Research.
Rebecca is a qualified solicitor and has 15 years experience in private practice specialising in company and commercial law.
Rhianne began working for the University of Wales, Newport in June 2010 as a Research Assistant.
Dr. Richard C. Allen is a Reader in Early Modern Cultural History and Deputy Director of South Wales Centre for Historical and Interdisciplinary Research (SWCHIR).
Richard Clegg has spent most of his professional life as Programme Leader of Photography (HE and FE) working in London, Berkshire and Dorset.
Richard has a background in Computing and Interaction Design having graduated from the University of Wales, Newport postgraduate programme in 2005 with an MA in Design (New Media & Technology).
Rob spent his early career in numerousareasofdesign e.g. print production, exhibition design, book publishing and branding,before becoming a full-time academic in Graphic Design.
He teaches Biology, Chemistry & Environmental Studies on undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes here at Newport.
Rosemary Eaton joined the accountancy team at Newport Business School in September 2008. She teaches across the ACCA and CIMA qualifications and also on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Lecturing in technology subjects for 9 years with the Universities Heads of the Valleys outreach programmes, focussing on delivering to non-traditional and harder to engage demographics. Also subject coordinator (IT) for CCLL.
Russell Roberts is a curator and writer. He studied for his BA and later MA in London while working for the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Ruth joined the University in 2011 as a Development Officer with First Campus, researching Communities First areas.
Ruth Gaffney-Rhys has been lecturing at Newport Business School since 1997. She is a Reader, specialising in Family law and is the founder and leader of the Women in Society Research Centre.
Ryan is responsible for the development, organisation, planning and promotion of the sport, health & wellbeing services.