Teaching

I am a lecturer in Linguistics in the School of Arts and Humanities at Nottingham Trent University. I am also Deputy Course Leader for Joint Honours in Humanities.

My teaching responsibilities are:

Undergraduate

​I currently lead undergraduate modules in:

  • ​Forensic linguistics (Level 3)
  • Discourse analysis (Level 2)
  • Language in Context (Level 1)

​I also contribute to teaching on the following team-taught modules:

  • Introduction to Language and Linguistics (Level 1)
  • Applying Methods in Linguistics (Level 2)

I also supervise around ten undergraduate linguistics dissertation students per year.

Postgraduate

I am currently supervising one PhD student. Since 2014 I have successfully supervised seven students through our MA in Linguistics by research, and three students through the MA in Media and Globalisation programme. In addition to PhD and MA supervision, I also deliver lectures on the MA modules:

  • MA Media and Globalisation
  • Philosophical Approaches to Research

​Awards and Nominations

  • ​​In 2017 I was awarded the ‘Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Award’, and was the recipient of the ‘Vice-Chancellor’s Outstanding Teacher Award for Early Career Teacher’.
  • In 2016 I was shortlisted for an NTSU Award for Outstanding Teaching in the School of Arts and Humanities.