With over 14 years experience in animation, visualisation and education Kelvin Wong tutors on the Film & Animation pathway in Viscom, supporting both home and international franchises in Hong Kong and Bangkok. The merger and integration of the Animation course within Visual Communication allowed shared practices and...
Head of Birmingham Institute of Media and English
Category: Engaging and Inspiring Teacher of the Year More about Extra Mile Sarah Wood holds degrees from JMU, the University of Liverpool, and Birmingham City University, where she gained her PhD. Her research interests are in feminism and science fiction. She has an article on Octavia Butler forthcoming in...
Emeritus Professor of Music
After graduating with first-class honours from the University of Manchester, specializing in Musical Palaeography and Performance, and with Distinction in clarinet from the Royal Northern College of Music, Professor Ronald Woodley completed his DPhil in 15th-century music theory from Keble College, Oxford. After holding...
Visiting Tutor in Media Studies
Jonathan Wroot currently teach media studies classes at BCU, as well as Film Studies classes at the University of Worcester. Prior to this, he studied at the University of East Anglia for my PhD and MA in Film Studies, following undergraduate studies at Winchester. Among other subjects, he has taught classes on world cinema,...
Course Director, BA (Hons) Applied Theatre
Peter is a highly experienced Applied Theatre practitioner, who before taking up his current post has had more than thirty years experience as a writer, director and performer in Young People’s Theatre, Theatre-in-Education and Community Theatre.
Hong obtained his BEng in Industrial and Civil Buildings in 1985, and MSc in Construction Management in 1988 from Hunan University, China. He lectured there until 1998. He came to Britain in 1998 as an academic visitor sponsored by the Chinese Government, and then began his PhD study at the University of Wolverhampton. His PhD...
Professor of Criminology
Professor Elizabeth Yardley is passionate about making a difference to the lives of those affected by violence and challenging the myths and stereotypes around crime.
Senior Lecturer in Economics, Programme Leader for BA Economics
Anna Yartseva main area of academic expertise is macroeconomics and economic policy. Most of the research she has done so far is related to various macroeconomic phenomena.
Professor of Human Rights and Director of the Centre for Human Rights
Jon Yorke is a Reader in Law in the School of Law and Director of the Centre for American Legal Studies. Jon's main interests include European Human Rights, English and European Medical Law, Capital Punishment, Legal Theory and Legal Research.