Jocelyn Finniear

Jocelyn works in the School of Management as Deputy Director for Business. While Jocelyn is well loved by staff and students as a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management, the aspect of her work in which she truly excels is in her support of colleagues within the School.

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Lella Nouri

Having recently completed her PhD in criminology, Dr Lella Nouri has quickly become an extremely successful lecturer in the College of Law and Criminology. She is encouraging, supportive, and very approachable.

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Deborah Fitzsimmons

Deb is a Professor of Health Outcomes Research and a Registered Nurse (Adult) with a clinical background in oncology. Originally from West Wales, Deb graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing (Hons) degree from the University of Wales College of Medicine.  

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Marya Vrba

Dr Marya Vrba wrote the fastest PhD thesis in literary studies that the department has ever known. Marya is also an accomplished musician, but most of all a truly multilingual citizen of the world, her scholarship and outlook on life an example of a university’s best international qualities.

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Amy Jenkins

Amy is currently working as a research fellow at Swansea University, having previously completed her PhD looking into identifying the characteristics of Subjective Cognitive Decline. In 2014, Amy was presented with the prize of “Best Young Researcher” at the International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia.  

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Rebecca Stringwell

Dr Rebecca Stringwell (Becky) is the Deputy Manager at the Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research (CSAR) in the College of Science, Department of Biosciences. Becky seamlessly blends professionalism with approachability, making her a pleasure to work alongside and an inspiration to all.

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Karen Pritchard

Karen works in Callaghan’s Coffee shop, and is one of those individuals who smiles and engages with everyone who meets her. 

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Dee Thyer

Dee is a valued colleague within the College of Human and Health Sciences in a joint role as Employability Officer and Social Policy tutor. She is investing in her career and personal development through a part time PGCE at the UWTSD.

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Vivian Odede

Elo-Oghene Vivian Odede has been part of Swansea University’s International Development Office team since 2010. As Regional Manager for Africa, Vivian plays a pivotal role in the university’s student recruitment and engagement in the African continent.

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Claire Hanley

Claire Hanley is a lecturer in cognitive neuroscience and ageing in the College of Human and Health Sciences (CHHS). Her research ultimately aims to reduce cognitive decline that could potentially lead to dementia, thus improving health and well-being in the ageing population.

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Teresa Phipps

Teresa Phipps is a Research Assistant in the the College of Arts & Humanities. An exciting new medieval historian, she completed her BA, MA and PhD in History at the University of Nottingham, and was awarded her doctorate in 2015.

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