Dr Pam Seanor

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  • Qualifications:PhD in Social Enterprise and Cross-Sector Partnerships, Human Ecology BSc, PGCL fellow
  • Position:Senior Lecturer Strategy and Enterprise
  • Department:Faculty of Business and Law (FBL)
  • Telephone:+4411732 83918
  • Email:Pam.Seanor@uwe.ac.uk

About me

My teaching and research explores (social) Entrepreneurship| Spatial dimensions of organizing| Societal challenges and how sustainablity is practiced. 


I'm greatly interested in research methodology, particularly narrative and walking approaches, in management research. As part of the Bristol Leadership and Change centre (BLCC), I was Principal Investigator for Wandering about Bristol supported by a BA/Leverhulme Small Research Grant "Thinking urban spaces differently: Articulating and contesting ‘green’ imageries of Bristol as an enterprising city". 

Along with Dr Georgie Gough, I am researching the connections between Education for Sustainable Development and Critical Entrepreneurship Education by rethinking assessment tasks, competencies and learning outcomes.


Entrepreneurship: Ideas & Practices (UG)

Conducting Evidence-based Research (MBA); 

Sustainable Organization:Vision into Practice (MSc);

Sustainable Development: Principles & Practice (MSc).

Taking an experiential approach, I work with practitioners to share their experiences, to develop assignment briefs, to explore how theorizing and practitioner tools can help to address problems and of the importance of having a reflective outlook on practices.

The work I'm passionate about is for more ethical, responsible, and sutainable practices and alternative ways of organizing. Some of my best experiences have been when students step out of the class room and share with me how they have addressed problems in their communities and what it means for them.

Area of expertise

(Social) Entrepreneurship as Practice, and Critical|Creative approaches to entrepreneurial learning.


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