04 - 05 June 2019, Cardiff University
Professor Victoria Bourne
Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of LondonShow content
Prof Victoria Bourne is a teaching focused academic, whose teaching is primarily around the methods and statistics used in psychological research. She is passionate about engaging students in creating their own research projects, and she works with other academics from across the UK to help develop accessible and fun approaches to teaching. In 2017 she published Starting Out in Methods and Statistics for Psychology: A Hands-on Guide to Doing Research, a textbook aimed at first year undergraduate students. Her pedagogic research focuses on the statistics anxiety that many psychology students experience, particularly considering the potential causal factors of anxiety and the interventions that may help to alleviate anxiety. Victoria is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a National Teaching Fellow.
Professor Niamh Stack
School of Psychology, University of GlasgowShow content
Prof Niamh Stack is the Director of Teaching and Learning at the School of Psychology in the University of Glasgow. Her teaching is primarily around developmental psychology particularly in relation to issues of difference and diversity, inclusion, additional support needs and highly able learners. She is the Research Director for the Scottish Network for Able Pupils also based at the University of Glasgow. She is currently the Chair of the Undergraduate Education Committee for the British Psychological Society which accredits undergraduate programmes across the UK.