"I teach at different levels across the Department from undergraduate to doctoral research. My teaching duties reflect my expertise in British Politics and political communication, party politics, governance, and leadership. Also I act as the Postgraduate Research Director for doctoral applications. I have supervisory experience at doctoral level (Conservatism, trade union, statecraft, leadership) as well as a wide range of teaching experience at undergraduate level.
In the current academic year I am the module leader for POLI101 (British Politics); POLI252 (Political Communication and Public Speaking); POLI323 (Theory and Practice of Rhetoric in British Politics). I will also be supervising a selection of dissertations (POLI401) on conservatism; Brexit; political communication. Each of my undergraduate modules use assessment methods that involve practical skill development that go beyond traditional forms of assessment. POLI252 has recently been commended for innovative teaching methods by offering students the chance to engage in public speaking."