Open Day - June 2017

Open Days

Saturday 24 March, 9am – 3pm

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Our People

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  • Dr Lyndsey Harris

    Admissions Tutor and 1st Year Tutor, Criminology

    Dr. Lyndsey Harris is a member of the executive committee of the Political Studies Association of the UK; a Council member of the Conflict Research Society; and a member of the Irish Criminology Network. Her research interests include extremism in the UK: The English Defence League; terrorism and political violence; strategic...

  • Dr Emily Harrison

    Lecturer in Applied Psychology

    Dr Emily Harrison completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology in 2011 and went on to complete a PhD in reading development in early 2015. Her research has largely focused on children’s reading development, more specifically to do with the role of rhythmic awareness in the development of early literacy skills.

  • Dave Harte

    Associate Professor in Journalism and Media Studies

    Dave Harte is Associate Professor in Journalism and Media Studies. He researches the emerging trend of local community ‘hyperlocal’ news websites and has published widely on the subject. He has a track record of working with local media companies to support the growth of the creative economy. For many years he has worked...

  • Claire Hartley

    Senior Lecturer

    Claire Hartley is a Speech and Language Therapist (SLT) and Senior Lecturer (in acquired communication difficulties) at Birmingham City University. She is also the Programme Director for the Return to Practice in SLT Programme. Her interests include aphasia, motor speech disorders, simulated practice in SLT, and working with...

  • Professor Merryl Harvey

    Professor in Nursing

    Merryl Harvey is a Professor in Nursing. Joining the University in 1995 as a Senior Lecturer, Merryl was appointed a Senior Academic in 2012 and a Reader in 2014. Her principle teaching subjects include research methods and evidence-based practice, embryology, fetal development and neonatal care of new-born babies. Prior to...

  • Sue Hayhow

    Senior Lecturer

    Sue started in the retail sector as a trainee during her degree. On graduation she went into local government and undertook the RICS external examinations and started her professional training. Following relocation to the West Midlands she went into private practice, becoming an associate partner of Lawrence and Wightman. She...

  • Dr Angela Hewett PhD, CPsychol

    Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology/Programme Lead MSc Public Health

    Angela specialises in health psychology and has a keen interest in gender and health. She is particularly interested in women’s reproductive health psychology. She also has experience of working in practice as a Health Promotion Coordinator, with a focus on mental health promotion. Angela is interested in differences in...

  • Jon Hickman

    Degree Leader, Web and New Media

    Jon researches and publishes work on digital culture and creative industries, specifically exploring social media. This work is applied to his role as the Degree Leader for Web and New Media within our undergraduate programmes, and his teaching on the MA Social Media. His industry experience in new media also makes him a key...

  • John Higgins

    Senior Lecturer

    John began work as a technician apprentice in the heavy electrical systems, including nuclear power plant and high voltage distribution, then contract installation of industrial automation and controls systems. He has previously worked as an aircraft flight systems maintenance engineer (X Licensed) for 13 years then went onto...

  • Dr Christopher Hill

    Early Career Research Fellow

    Chris is an early career research fellow in history, heritage and archives. He has research interests in modern British and late imperial history, focusing in particular on the history of broadcasting and the press, de-colonisation, nuclear weapons and social movements. His first monograph, Peace and Power: Media, Movements...

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