Professor Peter McGeorge is Vice-Principal for Learning & Teaching, with responsibility for leading the University’s commitment to continually improving the quality of academic experience for our students, achieving the benefits of our curriculum reform project, and widening access and participation.
Professor McGeorge studied Behavioural Sciences (Psychology/Zoology) at the University of Nottingham before completing his PhD in Experimental Psychology. He moved to the University of Aberdeen in 1990 to become a post-doctoral research fellow and subsequently a lecturer in the School of Psychology. In 2004 he became the Head of School of Psychology within the College of Life Sciences and Medicine and in 2010 was appointed Vice-Principal for Learning and Teaching.
Peter McGeorge has a broad range of research interests and publications covering the area of visual attention in both healthy and clinical populations.
My role is to support and develop university-wide initiatives to improve learning and teaching at Strathclyde. My work is focused on three areas: supporting our work around student transitions (the current enhancement theme); developing and embedding graduate attributes at Strathclyde; and sharing effective practice in L&T. I also lead on Strathclyde’s TESTA pilot. Before arriving at Strathclyde in October 2015 I was Surveys Manager at the Higher Education Academy, where I developed the UK Engagement Survey. Prior to that I taught applied and professional ethics at the University of Leeds, after receiving a PhD in philosophy from the same institution in 2008.
My name is Liam Fuller and I'm the elected officer responsible for the remit of Education & Employability at AUSA. This also includes being responsible for Academic Representation where I help facilitate the Class and Programme Representatives
I was elected in March to represent all students to the University and beyond on education and employability issues and points - below you can find my manifesto and updates for the year so far.
They year ahead will see an exciting change with the way in which AUSA coordinates its academic representation - 'reps'. We will be launching Reps Matter sessions where reps can come along to chat, learn new skills and become effective listeners and deliverers of feedback within their courses. You can follow all the updates on the Academic Rep webpage.
Dr Mirjam Brady-Van den Bos
Dr Mirjam Brady-Van den Bos is a Teaching Fellow in the School of Psychology, and has developed an increasing interest in pedagogical research since completing the PG Certificate in H.E. Learning & Teaching in 2015. She is especially interested in how students learn, the role of lecturer-student interaction in learning, and how students use feedback.
Dr Darren Comber
Dr Darren Comber is Senior Educational Development Adviser in the Centre for Academic Development. A Geographer by background, his interests now lie in understanding more about student motivation for learning and its relationship with teaching.
Karen Stewart, Chief Human Resources Officer, Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP
Karen joined the firm in 1991 as a newly qualified Chartered Accountant. She developed her role in audit and corporate services and was promoted to Senior Manager in 1995. While managing a client portfolio, Karen also had responsibility for recruiting, training and coaching staff, a role that she found very rewarding. In 2007, Karen took up a whole new challenge with the firm when she was appointed HR Director. Karen was promoted to Chief Human Resources Officer in April 2015 and, with the advantage of having trained as a Chartered Accountant and working her way up to Senior Manager in a client service role, Karen continually strives to enhance the training and career development opportunities available throughout the firm.
Jessica Middleton, Human Resources Advisor, Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP
Jessica joined the HR team in 2015 having gained a number of years of generalist HR experience across a range of sectors including accountancy, retail and travel and tourism. Jessica completed her CIPD qualification in 2009, after previously gaining a law degree, and is an Associate Member of the CIPD. Jessica’s role within the HR team is to provide day to day HR support and to contribute to the long-term development of the HR function.