College of Business, Law and Social Sciences staff

Lecturer in Criminology

Associate Lecturer in Licensing Law

Karen is a practising solicitor with Flint Bishop and is also a associate lecturer in licensing law. 

Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance

Elaine is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance. Her research interests include: sustainability, corporate social responsibility and corporate financial performance, alternative forms of sustainable reporting, circular economy and accounting standards development.

Hilary Coyle in conversation at a Business Law and Social Sciences away day
Senior Lecturer in Management Accounting

Hilary Coyle is a fully qualified accountant with a wealth of industrial experience. Her research interests focus on the public sector, specifically local government. Hilary brings her knowledge of both the private and public sector into her teaching to support students to ensure they have the skills that they need to gain excellent jobs after university.

Bev Crighton
Senior Lecturer/Programme Leader BA HRM

Ewan Crilley in a lecture theatre.
Acting Head of Discipline - Culinary Arts and Food Development

Ewen the acting Head of Discipline for Culinary Arts and Food Development, He is based at both Buxton and Derby Campuses. Ewen works closely with the course director to ensure the smooth delivery of the programmes within the Discipline, degrees that develop highly skilled, innovative chefs of the future, that focus on product development and food service business management.

Lecturer in Accounting

Liz is a lecturer in Accounting at the University of Derby. 

Associate Lecturer

Natalie Cross is a barrister specialising in family law and is also an Associate Lecturer for the University of Derby's Law School, teaching a module on child protection.

Leonard Cseh working with students on competition dishes
Senior Lecturer and Professional Development Lead for Culinary Arts and Food Development

Leonard Cseh is a professional development lead for Culinary arts working with national and international employers for placements, internships and graduate opportunities. His research interests include food anthropology, food psychology and food fermentation science.

Vic Curtis teaching an enterprise and entrepreneurship class
Course Director - Derby Business School

Vic Curtis is DBS Course Director, Senior Lecturer in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship and Subject Leader for Joint Honours Business Enterprise pathway. He encourages students to take a more enterprising approach to their studies to achieve the best outcomes possible. Vic has worked in the sugar industry, held senior sales and marketing positions and started his own consultancy business.

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