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Sue is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Psychology and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy; her research focuses on how learning and teaching can support wellbeing. As an academic with ADHD she is a member of the university Disability and Neurodivergent staff Network. She currently sings in a mixed voice quartet and is head of music team for UK Harmony Brigade.

Why DEI&B is important to me…

I have worked in Higher Education since 2008 and have seen the huge number of barriers that students from diverse backgrounds face.  All elements of our practice as educators can influence accessibility and inclusion; the ways in which we teach and assess work, the content in our curricula, and the way we help students interact and feel part of a community.  We can develop diverse and welcoming educational settings where everyone can flourish.