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Dr Suzanne Nolan

Lecturer in Employment Development

Dr Suzanne Nolan

Lecturer in Employment Development

Email: s.nolan@uos.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)1473 338507

Suzanne is the Lecturer in Employment Development, and course leader for the BA (Hons) Business Management Professional programme.  She teaches on a range of subjects including: careers development, marketing and research methods.  She completed her BA (Hons) in History, MA in Native American and Pre-Columbian Art and Architecture, and PhD in Art History and Theory at the University of Essex.  In addition to academic teaching and research, Suzanne has worked within Employability and Careers teams, developing employer links, internships, and personal and professional development workshops for students and graduates.  Suzanne’s research interests are in pedagogy and work-based learning for higher education, as well as the notion of performance in academic institutions and practice.

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Pedagogy and work-based learning in higher education, and employability, Digital marketing, Performance in academic institutions and practice

Please contact the Press team by emailing press@uos.ac.uk or telephone 01473 338476 or 07595 091046 (out of hours)

Projects:

Nolan, S. (2018) Early Career Academics: Performance in Higher Education. AOMO, Brighton August 2018

Nolan, S. (2017) Embedding Employability at an Institutional Level: University of Suffolk. Presented at Generation TEF: Teaching in the Spotlight, HEA Annual Conference, Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester.

Nolan, S. (2016) Don’t Click Away! Designing a VLE to Enhance Engagement and Attainment. Presented at Seeing Learning Differently, Abertay University, Dundee

Nolan, S., & C. Doolan (n.d.) Students as Partners in Learning and Work at the University of Suffolk. Ongoing research project looking at the impact of SAP on staff.

Smith, C., C. Doolan, & S. Nolan (2017) PlacementPAL (Peer Assisted Learning): a digital app to scaffold students’ learning and knowledgeable action in work. HEFCE Catalyst A Funded Project.