Staff A-Z

Lecturer in Marketing

A lecturer in Marketing with over 14 years’ experience in industry in product domains from soft drinks to visitor attractions, Ballantyne is involved in several studies that seek to illuminate the relationship between the brand & the consumer.

Lecturer in Tourism, Events & Sport

Bereziat worked as Commercial Research Manager at the Moffat Centre for over 10 years. She was involved in a range of projects such as community consultations, policy reviews, scoping & exploration exercises, benchmarking & best practice reviews.

Dr Jane Burt BA (Hons) Accountancy
Head of Department, Senior Lecturer
Finance, Accountancy and Risk

Jane is Head of Department of Finance, Accountancy and Risk, as well as a Senior Lecturer in Accountancy, teaching at both postgraduate and undergraduate level, leading modules in Ethics, Governance and Responsible Leadership across GSBS.

Senior Lecturer in Journalism

Teaching on programmes including the BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism, and the MA Multimedia Journalism; before joining the University in 2004 spent 13 years as a newspaper editor in Scotland and England.

Senior Lecturer, Media & Journalism

A Caledonian Scholar & Senior Lecturer at GCU, Dr Chalmers is an economist by profession. He has specialised for over ten years in the economics of minority languages, arts & culture & has undertaken research & consultancy for many organisations,

Lecturer in Economics

My research revolves around three themes: social contract theory and social conventions; the bi-directional interaction between individual agency and social structures; the efficiency and morality of social and political institutions.

Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management

Colin Combe is a senior lecturer in strategic management. He teaches in areas of strategy, entrepreneurship and innovation. His research interests are in social innovation, innovation strategies and the intellectual property of digital technologies.

Senior Lecturer in Law

A Solicitor and Senior Lecturer in Law, Connolly's teaching and research interests are in the areas of jurisprudence (legal theory); property law; intellectual property law; construction law; mooting and mediation.

Lecturer, International Fashion Marketing MSc Programme

A lecturer at GCU for over 10 years, Cook currently teaches subjects in creative process in fashion design, fashion design portfolio and fashion collection. Her current research is in approaches to the fashion design process and the creative process.

Professor in Media

Professor John Cook is an internationally known and respected academic expert in the study of the media, with particular research specialisms in aspects of television history, media institutions, screenwriting, television drama, documentary and film..

Senior Lecturer in Management

Dr Peter Duncan has taught on a wide range of courses at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level. His teaching currently focuses on: strategic management; the strategic use of information systems; and innovation, creativity and enterprise.

Administrative Support - Business Support (Shared Service)
School Professional Services
Dr Karen Fryer BSc (Hons) MSc MPhil(Eng) PhD PGCHE SFHEA
Lecturer in Management

Following on from my PhD looking at Continuous Improvement in the Public Sector, I have continued to be interested in continuous improvement/performance management and developed a passion for sustainability.

Lecturer in Fashion and Marketing

Lecturer in marketing at the Glasgow Caledonian University (UK), module leader of Strategic Brand Management and Digital Fashion Branding. Module tutor of Principles of Marketing and Digital Business and Marketing.

Senior Lecturer in Media and Journalism

Ken Garner teaches news, feature and entertainment writing skills on the BA Media & Communication and BA Multimedia Journalism, Scotland’s only undergraduate journalism programme accredited by both the main industry training bodies.

PhD Student / Occasional Lecturer in Politics & Social Policy

Political Economy research into the links between poverty and employment, specifically in-work poverty, and how it relates to an individual’s intensity of work.

Joe Hall BSc Social Sciences and Media
PhD Researcher

Joe started as a full-time PhD researcher in October 2018. His PhD project aims to explore the individual and social factors that encourage stroke survivors to positively reconfigure their identity following stroke.

Visiting Professor in Media Policy

David Hutchison's interests are in the fields of British and European media policy, the media in Scotland and the media in Canada. He currently chairs Regional Screen Scotland.

Research Fellow - RESPOND

Lena's research interests include migration and asylum policies in the EU and Greece, political discourses of migration and asylum, policy responses to the refugee ‘crisis’, and the intersections between migration, exclusion, racism and the state.

Senior Lecturer in Human Resources Management

Kellock Hay specialises in personal and professional development, organisational behaviour and culture/change management and is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the British Psychology Society.

Academic Development Tutor

Morna Lawson is a Academic Development Tutor in the Glasgow School for Business and Society. Her focus is on academic support for L3, L4 and postgraduate academic writing and English language development for international students.

Lecturer in Politics, Programme Leader for the BA Social Science

Ruth’s research focuses on deliberative democracy and democratic innovations, particularly looking at how a deliberative approach can be used to implement policy changes which tackle social inequalities and environmental issues.

Head of Department Media and Journalism

Ben’s career spans journalism and higher education, including Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, where he was principal lecturer in journalism and programme director responsible for Learning & Teaching and Quality in the Department of Media.

Lecturer in Marketing

Mullin been involved in teaching to a number of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and specialising in the areas of Marketing Communications, Marketing in Non Profit Organisations, and
The Marketing Environment.

Research Associate

Marcus is Project Manager at the GCU-led EU AMIF (Asylum and Migrant Integration Fund) funded VOLPOWER: Enhancing Community Building and Social Integration through Dialogue and Collaboration amongst Young Europeans and Third Country Nationals.

Lecturer in Fashion and Marketing

Nicola is Programme Leader for BA/BA(Hons) International Fashion Business/Fashion Design with Business, as well as leading the day release Fashion Brand Retailing programme.

Research Fellow
Wise Centre for Economic Justice

Osman's research interests include populism, authoritarianism, democratic breakdown and ethnic conflict. He works as a research fellow for DEMOS - Democratic Efficacy and the Varieties of Populism in Europe.

Head of Department Fashion, Marketing,Tourism and Events

Linda is Head of Department of Fashion, Marketing, Tourism and Events in the Glasgow School for Business and Society, with responsibility for around 26 staff and 1000 students across 3 postgraduate and 5 undergraduate programmes.

Lecturer, Fashion Marketing

Dr Siddiqui has considerable experience in teaching and research in the fashion, marketing and retail sectors. She has conducted research within the areas of store image, gender perceptions of fashion websites and internet retailing.

Senior Lecturer in Politics

Based in the Department of Social Sciences, Media & Journalism, Dr James Smith's key research interests have centred upon the European Union, Europeanisation, multi-level governance, territorial politics, Scottish government and politics.

Senior Lecturer in Human Resources Management

Dr Sockalingam's expertise & research centre on contemporary organisational change - particularly transformational & dynamic capability building change, people dynamics & processes for learning, absorptive capacity, knowledge creation & innovation.

Professor, Sociology

Dr Tulle has over 15 years’ experience of doing research in old age, with a particular focus on understanding and theorising how older people make sense of and manage the process of bodily ageing from a cultural perspective.

Dr Maren Viol FHEA, PGCertTLHE, MSc, BBA
Lecturer in Tourism and Events

Maren Viol is a Lecturer in Tourism and Events with a wide range of research interests, including commemoration and commemorative events, tourism and event impacts, semiotics and qualitative research methods, and tourism and events education.