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  • Dr Syed Naqvi

    Senior Lecturer in Cyber Security and Forensics; Course Director, MSc Cyber Security

    Syed joined Birmingham City University in August 2014. Previously he worked in the Forensic Technology Solutions (FTS) of PricewaterhouseCoopers Enterprise Advisory. His consultancy assignments included antitrust investigations and litigation support services for corporate disputes. He was mainly involved in the collection and...

  • Dr Annette Naudin

    Course Director in MA Media & Creative Enterprise

    Annette Naudin is Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural entrepreneurship and is an Enterprise Education Fellow of the National Centre for Graduate Entrepreneurship. She has a leading role exploring enterprise education for the media and creative industries for various EU-funded projects at Birmingham City University. She has...

  • Caroline Norman

    Course Director, MA in Design Management

    A Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Caroline is Course Director for the Master’s in Design Management at Birmingham City University. A highly respected course within the field of Design Management, this multidisciplinary programme has pioneered work-based learning and has links with many external businesses...

  • Jacqueline Norton

    Faculty Director of Academic Partnerships

    My first degree was a Bachelor of Arts in Design. I worked in industry for nearly twenty years before applying to teach Professional Practice modules initially in Further Education on a part time basis. I completed my teacher training in 2006 and completed a part time Masters in Art and Design 2008.  As part of my MA...

  • Dr Eugene Nulman

    Senior Lecturer

    Dr  Eugene Nulman joined the Sociology division of the School of Social Sciences at Birmingham City University in 2015. H e researched the policy outcomes of climate change activism in the UK for his PhD.

  • Marie O’Boyle-Duggan

    Associate Professor

    Marie qualified as a learning disability nurse in 1983 and has worked in a variety of residential and community nursing settings. She is now in higher education as a senior lecturer. Her areas of teaching are positive behaviour support; which includes applied behaviour analysis, functional analysis and person centred...

  • Dr Jane O'Connor

    Reader in Childhood Studies

    Jane is particularly interested in researching cultural aspects of childhood and media/technology. She has extensive experience using a variety of qualitative research methods including discourse analysis.

  • Paul O'Donnell

    School of Visual Communication

    Paul O'Donnell was born in Manchester in 1953 and went on to study Chemistry at Durham University. He did not complete the degree and drifted into vagrancy. During this time he experimented with various art practices which eventually coalesced into photographic projects, having his first solo exhibition at The Open Eye Gallery...

  • Caroline Officer

    Skillset Employment Engagement Manager, Course Leader MA Media Production

    Caroline Officer is an award-winning series producer who spent 18 years in television production, initially at the BBC and later at Endemol Entertainment. As the first series producer of 'Ready Steady Cook', she was part of the small production team who devised the innovative lifestyle factual entertainment genre that...

  • Lise Olson

    Course Director, MA in Acting

    Lise is currently the Course Director of MA in Acting at Birmingham School of Acting. She relocated from Merseyside, where she trained actors for a decade at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA). An American ex-pat, she has been working professionally in the UK for over 20 years.

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