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Lecturer in Dance | Programme Leader Dance – Déda

As Programme Leader and Lecturer on the Dance courses, Alice Marshall is a key player in the dance industry. With an ever-growing cohort Alice will aim to train and make the best of every student that studies with her. 

Programme Leader for School Direct PGCE (Secondary), Senior Lecturer in Postgraduate Initial Teacher Education

Dr Alision Hardman is a Senior Lecturer in Initial Teacher Education (Postgraduate) and School Direct.

Occupational Therapist

Alison works one day a week for the University of Derby and the rest of the week in independent Occupational Therapy practice.

Programme Leader MSc Advanced Occupational Therapy, Acting Programme Leader MSc Hand Therapy

As an Occupational Therapist and programme leader for the post registration MSc Advanced Occupational Therapy, Alison's interests lie in promoting career development opportunities for Occupational Therapists.

Head of Mental Health Nursing

Alison leads on Mental Health Nursing at the University of Derby at both our Kedleston Road and St. Helena's campus. She has had a long career in the NHS prior to working at the University. Alison is also a trained cognitive behavioural

Head of Discipline of Marketing and Operations

Alison is Head of the Discipline of Marketing and Operations in Derby Business School, working with a team of expert lecturers across marketing, logistics, supply chain, purchasing and information technology management. Alison supervises PhDs in

Professor of Visual Culture & Contemporary Performance

Alison Oddey is Professor of Visual Culture & Contemporary Performance at the University of Derby. She has worked in Higher Education for nearly 30 years, writing, publishing and broadcasting on a range of visual arts and contemporary performance

Head of School, Humanities and Journalism

After many years as a business leader in the creative and cultural industries, Alistair Hodge is now Head of the School of Humanities and Journalism. His MA (Hons) is in Modern History from St Andrews University, Scotland, and he studied toward a PhD


Alistair Turvill is a lecturer in Early Childhood Studies. Alistair's primary responsibilities include leading the provision of health modules on the BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies and oversight of the foundation students

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