Sally had been a Visiting Lecturer for the University, prior to her successful appointment in 2009 and has since developed a new programme and bespoke modules in Partnership with key employers.
I joined the University in 2008 from Cardiff University. I lead the MA Autism and the MSc Developmental Disorders courses.
In 2003, Sara returned to CCLL as a Lecturer/Development Officer, her remit being to engage non traditional learners into Higher Education both in community-based venues in Newport and Monmouthshire and on campus.
Sarah joined the University in April 2012, having previously worked in the Public Relations office at Cardiff University.
Sarah completed her Ba (hons) in Performing Arts at Newport University. She has since gained her Masters degree in Theatre Directing at Royal Holloway, University of London and is now undertaking doctoral research at Newport.
Sarah is a qualified solicitor, and has ten years experience of legal practice, specialising in family and matrimonial law. She has completed a P.G.C.E at the University of Newport and began teaching at Newport Business School in October 2009.
Scott joined the University in September 2002 as Technology Development Co-Ordinator, having spent 3 years working throughout the Country as a Multimedia Developer.
Shafeeq Vellani is a writer/director and has made cinema shorts, television drama, television documentaries, and arts documentaries.
Shalini joined the University in September 2006 . Currently she works as Website, Databases & ICT Systems Coordinator for the QWEST (Quality, Work, Employability, Skills and Training) project.
Sheila is a HPC registered Chartered Counselling psychologist. She is also a BABCP accredited cognitive behavioural psychotherapist.
Sheila Spong is Research Manager for the Newport University Community Counselling Service. She also teaches on the integrative and CBT pathways of the Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling and the Counselling and Consultative Supervision MA programmes.
Shirley started her career as a teacher of English, French and Religious Studies at a secondary modern school in London, before taking up the post as Head of Philosophy & Religious Studies at a sixth form college.
Having recently joined the University (September 2011), Sian worked within Human Resources for 10 years, with her last post being an HR Manager in a Global Organisation.
Sian is an experienced academic leader, previously head of Engineering and Computing provision as well as business and professional programmes.
Simon Fenoulhet is an installation artist who works with everyday objects and materials combined with the transforming properties of artificial light.
Stacey holds a first class honours degree in Fashion (Womenswear) from Limerick School of Art and Design in the Republic of Ireland as well as a Masters Degree (with distinction) from Kingston University. She is currently undertaking a PGCE.
Stephen is responsible for creating the video, graphical and audio content for the corporate website and mobile apps.
Stephen started his career in the hotel industry, gaining an HND in Hotel, Catering and Institutional Management from Oxford Polytechnic (now Oxford Brooks University).
As well as teaching various undergraduate and post-graduate programmes, he has published prolifically, including three book-length research monographs, numerous articles in academic journals, chapters for books, and edited collections.
Sue Williamson is Programme Leader for the MSc in Business Psychology at the Univeristy of Wales, Newport.
Susie is currently a Senior Lecturer at Newport Business School, University of Wales. Susie worked as a Visiting Lecturer at Newport from 2008 until 2012.
Suzannah has worked within CCLL for over eight years. Being based within the BeWEHL (Bettering Wellbeing, Health and Lifestyle) Initiative for eight years, Suzannah has enjoyed her role as Tutor Development Officer.
Her teaching is now focused on taxation and financial reporting and that is where her research interests lie.
Tim Land is a lecturer on Creative Sound & Music and has an extensive background in music production, performance and independent music business.
Tom Croke joined the University of Wales, Newport on 2003 working intially as a business and enterprise researcher. He now is responsible for managing the University's offer of stand alone level 4 curriculum to post 16 students from across Gwent.
She joined the University in 2003 as an HR Manager and in 2006 moved into her current role. She is currently studying for a Masters in Organizational Psychology.