I am the deputy head of Geography Environment and Planning, as well as the Department Quality Lead for the Department in the Natural and Built Environment. I lead on the postgraduate programme that includes the MSc Environmental Management, MSc Geographical Information Systems and MSc Urban Planning courses.
2001: Post Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
2000: MA in Geographical Information Systems, University of Leeds
1998: BA (Hons) Urban Studies (Upper Second) Sheffield Hallam University
2009: Fellow, Higher Education Academy, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
2014: Fellow British Cartographic Association.
I teach on a range of postgraduate and undergraduate modules. I am an ethics reviewer for the College and I am part of the University Wide Academic Standards Group.
In terms of my research, I work closely with schools to understand behaviour and decisions made in the journey to school. Primary research has explored the cognitive mapping processes of year 5 and 6 pupils within the school environment. Findings have been shared with the British Cartographic Society during their tea time talks.