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Carolyn has been working in administration roles for many years.   Before joining University of Suffolk, Carolyn lived for 12 years in Cape Town, South Africa were she ran her own Tool Hire business before selling and starting up a security business. In 2002 Carolyn returned to Ip...

Nic Benns is an Emmy award winning titles director and co-founder of film design studio MOMOCO.  He has been making main titles for 12 years, gaining international recognition for the sequences.  He has forged a career in film and television on both sides of the Atlantic. Nic has ...

Maurizio Bertollo is Associate Professor of Motor Behaviour and Sport Psychology at “G. d’Annunzio” University of Chieti-Pescara. He is affiliated with the Department of Medicine and Aging Sciences, and currently serves as the Vice-Director of the Behavioral Imaging and Neural...

Jason Bill studied architecture at Leicester Polytechnic and then the University of Brighton before commencing a Ph.D researching the Swiss Architect Max Bill at the UEA in Norwich. Whilst at University spent time working in the Netherlands and then Norway where he designed a Vikin...

Jane first entered Higher Education with the East Suffolk Area Health Authority in April 1990 within the Ipswich Hospital Nursing School. After several transfers through Department of Nursing Studies, Suffolk and Great Yarmouth College of Nursing and Midwifery then Suffolk College,...

Dr Jane Black is a Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Physiology, in the School of Health and Sports Sciences. Jane is also a co-course leader for the Sport and Exercise Science degree, and Chair of the School’s Ethics Committee.   ...

Kev was born and raised in Cornwall, He attended the now DeMontfort University in Leicester and obtained a first class honours degree in Computer Science. Kev had a very successful 30 year career in telecommunications with BT, working across the UK, Europe, Asia and North America, b...

Sue Blainey is programme leader for the Non-medical prescribing programme. Her professional background is nursing and she combines her current post within the Univeristy of Suffolk with a clinical role in primary care as a Nurse Practitioner fully utilising her own prescribing qual...

I chose to study at Great Yarmouth as the BA (Hons) Arts Practice course covered a wide range of art and design practices, but would allow me to specialise in graphic design. The course is also taught by highly qualified staff with industry experience which was also important to me....

Dr Matt Bland is a Lecturer in Evidence Based Policing at Cambridge University.  He is also a Fellow of the Cambridge Centre for Evidence Based Policing and Visiting Scholar for the Jerry Lee Centre for Experimental Criminology.  His specialist areas of research interest are domes...

Lucy was awarded a full scholarship from Trinity Laban and embraced the BA (Hons) Dance Studies course, focusing her specialism within Contemporary Release, Graham, Cunningham and Contact Improvisation, alongside nurturing an interest in costume design.  After graduating Lucy went ...

I chose to study Criminology at the University of Suffolk and it is the best decision I made! The University is a welcoming and safe environment and the size to me is perfect - it is large enough to have a wide range of different students from different backgrounds studying differen...

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