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Career Overview Stuart Agnew is Course Leader for Criminology at University of Suffolk; contributes on the MSc Crime & Community Safety: Evidence Based Practice and is the Academic coordinator for the FdA Youth Justice delivered in partnership with Unitas Academy. Stuart has a 1...

Vivienne has been a part-time lecturer in History at the University of Suffolk since 2009.  She gained her BA in English Language and Medieval History at Sheffield University and completed an M.Ar.Ad. (Master of Archive Administration) at Liverpool University. After over 20 years ...

Dr Jenny Amos holds a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Essex, where she also completed both her BA Hons English Language and Linguistics, and MA Hons Sociolinguistics. Specialising in sociolinguistics and phonology, her research focuses on the modelling of language variati...

Paul has more than 25 years of experience of working in the criminal justice field. ...

Both Pete and Rich have followed a long line of Suffolk History graduates in going on to teaching training so that they can communicate the joys of History to their own students and inspire the next generation. Both took the in-school training route and are now working as teachers ...

I always knew I wanted to be a teacher. I chose this course in particular because of the modules it offered, and the fact that I would be able to progress to teacher training after finishing the course.The best part of studying here for me was the people I met. The friends I made w...

Helen is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at University of Suffolk as well as a Visiting Scholar at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University. Prior to joining University of Suffolk Helen was a Research Associate at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University, where ...

Dr David Atkins joined the University of Suffolk in autumn of 2018 as Lecturer in Psychology for the School of Psychology and Education. Teaching Undergraduate Diverse Patterns of Development This module provides an introduction to the study of atypical development in children. It e...

Katherine began her career as a primary school teacher. After graduating from the Univeristy of Brighton in 1995 with a PGCE (Early Years) she taught in Sussex for ten years. In 2005, Katherine began teaching part-time at the University of Chichester on Initial Teacher Training pro...

Pere was born in Nigeria and attended the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria where she obtained a Certificate in Theatre Arts in 1996. In 2001 she obtained a Certificate in Personnel Practice from Suffolk College, and in 2002 commenced a degree course in Early Childhood Studies wh...

Before I started at the university I was working as a Plumbing and Heating Engineer and then when I began teaching at the College I was required to train at the same time at the university. Although it was a requirement of my job to study here I really enjoy it and the facilities ar...

I had always wanted to study history but I didn't have the opportunity to attend university after leaving school but now that my children are fully-fledged, educated and independent now it's my turn. Although I'm studying I am able to continue to work part-time as a self-employed b...

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