Carole Llewellyn

Carole is an Associate Professor in Applied Aquatic Bioscience at SU. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Council Member to the Royal Society of Chemistry’s  Environment, Sustainability and Energy Division and a member of UK-BBSRC Network Industrial Biotechnology Committee.

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Cathy Thornton

Born in Melbourne, Australia, Cathy is deputy Head of the Medical School and an international researcher. She has pursued post-doctoral studies at the Universities of Southampton (UK) and Western Australia investigating the antenatal determinants of immune function of new-borns.

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Karen Dewick

Karen is a devoted professional, role model and team leader. Through her respectful character, hard work, dedication, decisions and leadership she inspires the team she leads and all those she comes into contact with.

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Michelle Lee

Michelle became a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at SU in 2003. She is passionate about the growth of appetite research and is a founding member of the Swansea Nutrition, Appetite and Cognition group.

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Rafia Haque

Rafia is currently a second year undergraduate psychology student. She is very involved with volunteering and strives to better the lives of others. She is a co-founder of a volunteer group in Swansea called Swansea Donates.

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Sally Hore

Qualifying as a Registered Children’s Nurse in 1996, Sally began her career working in Paediatric Medicine, High Dependency, Assessment and Neonatal Units in the South West and Wales. Sally is newly appointed as College Lead for Work Based Learning.

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Sybil Crouch

Sybil is head of Cultural Services at SU. She built up the Taliesin to the great institution it is today. Her idea and hard work led to the founding of the Egypt Centre and the amazing public facing work it does.  

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Tessa Watts

Tessa is Director for the multi-professional MSc Long Term and Chronic Conditions Management. She is passionate about inclusion.  Her key area of interest is end-of-life care decision making.

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