Academic Staff

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  • Dr Kirsten Darling-Mcquistan  Lecturer; Programme Director Inclusive Practice
  • Mrs Yvonne Dewhurst Senior Lecturer; Lead Tutor: Home Economics
  • Mr George Drew Lecturer; Senior Personal Tutor; Lead Tutor: Computing; Disabilties Coordinator; Convenor for Recruitment (Primary)

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  • Dr Archie Graham Lecturer; Director of Learning and Teaching (UG)
  • Prof Donald Gray REF Outputs Lead; Athena Swan Co-Lead

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  • Dr David Johnston Lecturer; Director of Postgraduate Research; Lead Tutor: English

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  • Dr Graeme Nixon Senior Lecturer; Programme Director Studies in Mindfulness; Lead Tutor: RMPS
  • Mrs Sheila Nutkins Senior Lecturer; Programme Director MA Education

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  • Ms Sandra Paterson Senior Lecturer; Director of Learning and Tecahing (PG); Programme Director Pastoral Care, Guidance and Pupil Support; Director of Work-Based Projects
  • Mr Alan Paterson Lecturer; Lead Tutor: Expressive Arts

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  • Dr Jackie Ravet Senior Lecturer; Programme Director Autism and Learning
  • Dr Dean Robson Senior Lecturer; Programme Director Masters in Education

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  • Ms Colette Savage Lecturer, Mindfulness
  • Dr Salma Siddique Lecturer; Programme Director Person Centred Counselling
  • Dr Rachel Shanks Senior Lecturer; Programme Director Professional Development
  • Ms Anne Smith Teaching Fellow, Counselling
  • Dr David Smith  Senior Lecturer; Head of School of Education
  • Mrs Mary Stephen Senior Lecturer; Programme Director DLITE (Primary); Study Abroad Coordinator
  • Mrs Lorna Stewart  Lecturer; Programme Director PGDE (Primary)

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Support Staff

Central School Administration

Partnership Unit

Learning and Teaching

Research

Research Students

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  • Moira Harris

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  • Anna Teitz
  • Ruveni Tuimavana

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Recognising commitment to the advancement of gender equality in academia.

The School of Education is committed to the advancement of gender equality and opposes all forms of inequality and discrimination. 

As a school, we aspire to the principles of the Athena Swan Charter and are currently seeking to adopt these principles in our policies and practices. We were the first School of Education in Scotland to achieve the Athena Swan Bronze award and are now working towards the Silver award.

The Athena Swan initiative was developed by the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU) in 2005. It was set up to address gender inequalities in Higher Education, including those arising from discrimination, underrepresentation, the gender pay gap, barriers to career progression and the use of short-term contracts, as set out in the Athena Swan Charter (2005). 

Our Athena Swan ‘Self-Assessment Team’ (SAT) is led by Prof Donald Gray and Dr Carol Hickman and includes representatives from our staff and student body.  The work of the team is wholeheartedly supported by the wider school community. 

Please read more about Athena Swan here.