Three new Visiting Teaching Fellows appointed
The School of Performance and Cultural Industries is delighted to announce the appointment of three alumni as part of a new Visiting Teaching Fellow scheme to focus on student employability.
The School of Performance and Cultural Industries has introduced a new Visiting Teaching Fellow scheme in order to enhance curriculum diversity, allow successful alumni to share their industry experience and contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate modules. These fellowships will be focusing on student employability.
Since 1 March 2022, Ekow Quartey has been appointed as Visiting Teaching Fellow in the areas of Acting, Industry and Diversity.
Katy Rudd as Visiting Teaching Fellow in the areas of Leadership, Personal Development and Industry.
Peter Holland as Visiting Teaching Fellow in the areas of Cultural and Creativity and Entrepreneurship, Producing and Employability.
Deputy Head of School Dr George Rodosthenous commented, “we are delighted to work for the following three years with these three extraordinary alumni. Their invaluable knowledge and understanding of the Industry, as well as their passion for innovation and creative entrepreneurship, will be extremely beneficial to all students of the School of Performance and Cultural Industries.”