Our People

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  • Dr Emily Coyne-Umfreville

    Senior Lecturer in Applied Psychology

    Emily is a Senior Lecturer in Developmental and Educational Psychology. Emily’s doctoral thesis was entitled “Capturing Reading Strategies in Young children.”

  • Dr Philip Talbot

    Senior Academic in Accounting for Intangibles

    Philip served with the 1st Battalion Staffordshire Regiment, British Army 1974-75 before entering into accountancy. He worked for the District Audit Service of England and Wales gaining extensive and wide experience as an External Auditor. He then worked in local government and the NHS in a wide range of accounting roles and...

  • Iain Taylor

    Lecturer in Music Industries

    Iain Taylor is a Lecturer in Music Industries in Birmingham School of Media at Birmingham City University, and currently completing his PhD at University of the West of Scotland. Before joining Birmingham City University in September 2015, he was an Associate Lecturer in University of the West of Scotland’s School of Creative...

  • Dr Jacqueline Taylor

    Senior Lecturer in Research Practice

    Dr Jacqueline Taylor is an artist-researcher and Senior Lecturer in Research Practice. She primarily works in the area of doctoral education where she specialises in developing and delivering research training for Arts, Design & Media PhD researchers. Her teaching specialism lies in the area of practice-led research and she...

  • Dr Richard Taylor

    School of Jewellery

    I have been actively engaged within the gemstone and jewellery industry throughout my working career. I have founded a number of very successful SME’s that were established upon the development of both professional and technical innovations which were then recognised as the market leaders. Although entrepreneurism was an...

  • Dr Dionne Taylor

    Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Deputy Programme Leader Black Studies, Deputy Head of Department

    Dr Dionne Taylor's role in BCU is about supporting, inspiring and guiding the students to reach beyond what many of them believe is possible. Encouraging students to work through the challenges, barriers and limitations to success is one of the reasons she became an academic.

  • Professor Meryl Thomas

    Professor of Property Law; Research Seminars Coordinator

    Meryl Thomas is Professor of Property Law at Birmingham City University and Professeur Invitée at Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense (formerly Paris X), and Visiting Professor in Succession Law at the Institute of Law, Jersey. Meryl was formerly a lecturer at Cardiff University and Visiting Professor at the...

  • Helen Thomas BSc, PGCE, PGCert(HE), MA Ed, CPhys, MInstP, FHEA

    PGCE Subject Route Leader for the Sciences and Senior Lecturer in Science Education

    Helen taught science and physics in particular for 17 years in schools, 6th form college and FE before joining Birmingham City University. Responsibilities included GCSE Science Course Leader and Head of Physics. Helen's move to the University led from catching the research bug whilst completing a Master's degree combined with...

  • Dr Gareth Thomas

    Academic Lecturer

    Dr Gareth Thomas is a full time lecturer and Head of Year 2 at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. He completed his BMus and MA degrees at Cardiff University before moving to the University of Birmingham to complete his PhD on ‘The impact of Russian music in Britain 1893-1929’. He has been part of the teaching staff at RBC since...

  • Dr Shirley Thompson

    Vice Principal (Music)

    Shirley Thompson is a graduate of Hull University (BMus, 1987; PhD, 1998). She took up her post at Birmingham Conservatoire in 2001, and was promoted to her present role as Director of Postgraduate Studies in 2009. This role combines the management of the Conservatoire’s taught postgraduate courses with teaching (at both...

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