Andrea Surridge

Andrea has introduced a number of innovations into the district nursing programme. She developed a new programme for the V150 community nurse prescriber which was the first in Wales.

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Elwen Evans

Professor Elwen Evans QC, has the honour of being the first female Head of the College of Law. She is an eminent, highly successful criminal barrister and also sits as a Recorder at the Crown Court.

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Ivonne Zavala

Dr. Zavala joined Swansea University in November 2014 as a new lecturer in Theoretical Physics. Her research aims at unravelling some of the biggest mysteries on the origin and future of our universe.

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Izzy Phillips

Izzy is the librarian at the Carmarthen Campus, servicing the students who belong to the College of Human and Health Science. She goes the extra mile to support students with referencing and searching subjects for their assignments.

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Kirsty Jones

Kirsty Jones qualified as a Registered Adult Nurse from the College of Human & Health Sciences. Her dedication to patient involvement and advocacy was recognised when she won the 1000 Lives Plus “Hello my name is” competition in 2015.

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Simone Bedford

Simone is Chair of the Mary Williams group at Swansea University and actively promotes equality across the university. She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and fully dedicates time to mentoring others.

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Victoria Thwaites

Victoria came to Swansea in 2012 to re-train as a medical doctor at Swansea School of Medicine. Her recent research investigates decline and disappearance of plague in Europe in the 17th century, for which she won the Royal Society of Medicine’s 2016 Norah Schuster History Essay Prize.

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Vixie Williams

Vixie is the Volunteering Manager at Discovery. She spent six months learning about youth work practice in the USA, Canada and Australia as part of her Winston Churchill Fellowship and is responsible for supervising the students who run our voluntary projects.

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