Search results for 'Media' (12)
Philippa is a Lecturer on Social Psychology and Qualitative Research Methods modules in the School of Social Sciences.
Dr Barbara Henderson
Senior journalism lecturer. Former BBC and newspaper journalist and published writer; holding PhD in Creative Writing.
Annisa has over 20 years’ experience as a media professional and teaches public relations and journalism at an undergraduate and postgraduate level. She is currently studying for her PhD focusing on readers’ letters and participation in the production of 19th century magazines.
Neil Kelley is a Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for the Marketing Subject Group at Leeds Business School. Neil is responsible for both undergraduate marketing degrees, Marketing Management and Marketing with Advertising Management.
Dr Martina Topić
Dr Martina Topic is a Senior Lectuer in Public Relations in Leeds Business School.
Dr Renan Petersen-Wagner
Renan is a Senior Lecturer in Sport Business and Marketing at Leeds Beckett University, and Course Level Leader for BA(Hons) Sport Marketing
Dr Alison Wilde
Alison works in the School of Education and Childhood and has taught and researched at the Universities of Leeds and York, UCD, Bangor, and Bradford College. She is an active researcher, in the RICHES University Research Centre, and an Inclusivity Champion for the School.
Dr Dan Laughey
Dr Dan Laughey BA (Hons), PGCE, MA, PhD
Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for BA (Hons) Media, Communication, Cultures
Dr Marc Fabri
Marc is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Technology and an experienced researcher and innovator. He leads the Enabling Technologies Research Group which brings together researchers from digital health & well-being, participatory design, computing and user experience design.
Karl Hodge is a former journalist, currently Course Leader for BA Journalism, with research interests in narrative VR construction.
Laura is currently Head of Sound and Course Director at the Northern Film School in the Leeds School of Arts, Leeds Beckett University and has been a University Teacher Fellow since 2010.
Dr James McGrath
James lectures in English, History and Media. His specialist areas are popular music (particularly The Beatles / 1960s) and the crossing of Cultural Studies into disability theory / medical humanities (especially concerning autism). James is also a widely published poet.