Prof Lesley Haig works closely with other members of the RED team to ensure that this team works effectively in its role to promote and support the development of research and enterprise activity across the University College.
This combines well with her role as Director of Academic Affairs where she is responsible for the preparation and implementation of the University College’s Strategies and Action Plans for Teaching, Learning and Research and Enterprise.
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Having worked in Higher Education for over twenty years with roles covering research management and event coordination, Claire Tapia has extensive experience of working with researchers and research students. She has a BA Hons in European History and Italian. Within the RED team, Claire is responsible for:
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Liz Coombs came to St Mary’s following a 14 year career at the BBC where she was involved in developing and implementing Management Information Systems.
Liz worked as Executive Secretary to the Council of Church Colleges and Universities before being appointed Director of the Centre for Workplace Learning (CWL) in 2004. She has a BA in Sociology (1st class) and an MA in Social Justice and Education.
As Director of the CWL, Liz is involved in development of accredited work placement opportunities within an academic teaching and learning framework, and with developing opportunities for St Mary’s students to work with local and national businesses, charities, local government and schools.
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Bernice Ostle is the main contact for all external enquiries regarding venue hire for meetings & conferences, weddings & parties.
We are an experienced and flexible team able to advise on the best options for your event - from the gothic splendour of the Waldegrave Wing to the smart modernity of the Shannon Conference Suite.
Prof Janine Griffiths-Baker is Deputy Principal and Professor of Law. She was educated at Haberdashers’ Monmouth School for Girls and Cardiff University, where she graduated with an LLB (Hons).
In 1994, she moved to the University of Bristol and successfully completed an LLM in International Commercial Law before being awarded a scholarship to pursue full-time research for a PhD which she was awarded in 2000.
She joined St Mary’s in 2011 from the University of Bedfordshire where she was Associate Dean of the Business Faculty and Head of the School of Law. Prof. Griffiths-Baker was previously Director of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Bristol.
Prof Griffiths-Baker welcomes research applications from students in the areas of legal ethics, the legal profession, regulatory conduct, criminal law, evidence, and property law