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The people working on the Creative Interventions project are:


Linda Ball, Senior Research Fellow, University of the Arts London

Linda has recently been investigating entrepreneurship through creative practice and is currently working on ‘Creative Graduates | Creative Futures’, a national study of the career patterns of graduates in art, design, crafts and media subjects.


Kirsten Hardie, Principal Lecturer, Arts University College Bournemouth

Kirsten is a Principal Lecturer, Design Historian and Cultural Theorist with a MA in Graphic Design. She was awarded National Teaching Fellow status in 2004.


Dr Norman Jackson, Professor of Higher Education, Director of the Surrey Centre for Excellence in Professional Training and Education (SCEPTrE), University of Surrey

Norman has a long standing interest in the 'wicked problem' of making higher education a more creative place. See also his work on creativity in disciplines.


Dr Alison Shreeve, Project Leader, University of the Arts London

Alison is the Director of the Centre for Learning in Practice Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at the University of the Arts London.


Catherine Smith, Project Manager, University of the Arts London

Catherine has a background in media project management and teaches Personal and Professional Development and Enterprise in the School of Graphic Design at London College of Communication.


Dr Silvia Sovic, Principal Investigator, University of the Arts London

Silvia’s background is in History/Anthropology; her PhD was on historical demography. She recently completed an in-depth research project into international students’ experience at the University of the Arts London. She has a particular interest in the cross-cultural aspects of creativity.


Dr Angeliki Triantafyllaki, Principal Researcher, University of the Arts London

Angeliki has a background in educational research with an emphasis in the Arts. Her PhD was on music performance teachers' professional knowledge and identity (University of Cambridge).


Dr Shân Wareing, Dean of Learning and Teaching Development, University of the Arts London

Shân started her career lecturing in English Language and Literature and has worked in educational development for 13 years. She is interested in how creativity is understood and assessed in different disciplines.

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