Dr Sarah Bateman

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  • Qualifications:Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA); Professional Member of the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences (MCSFS); PhD in Isotope Geochemistry (University of Bristol, 2004), PG Cert HE Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (UWE, 2008), BSc (Hons.) Geology First Class (University of Bristol, 2000)
  • Position:Associate Head (Quality and Planning) - Department of Applied Sciences
  • Department:HAS - Applied Sciences
  • Telephone:+4411732 82470
  • Email:Sarah3.Bateman@uwe.ac.uk

About me

I am an Associate Head within the Department of Applied Sciences, with responsibility for quality and planning.  I am a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Professional Member of the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences.  In my current role, I work with the Department Leadership Team and our Programme Leaders to ensure that our new and existing programmes provide outstanding learning for all, are professionally accredited and enable students to fulfill their potential.  I chair the Department of Applied Sciences Curriculum Review Group and represent the Department at Academic Standards and Quality Committe, Faculty Academic Business Group and Learning, Teaching and Assessment Committee. My teaching is in the area of Forensic Science, specifically Forensic Ecology and Forensic Analysis and I lead the level 7 Advanced Forensic Analysis module. I supervise forensic research projects at levels 6 and 7 and am a personal tutor. My current research interests are in the spatial and temporal resolution provided by trace evidence from the outdoor environment in serious crimes, including wildlife crime and in the use of specialist microscopic techniques for the examination of trace evidence. 

Area of expertise

 Teaching and assessment; Academic Standards; Curriculum Development; Associate lecturers; External Examiners; Exam Boards and Prizes; Accreditation; Advanced Entry; TimetablingForensic ScienceForensic AnalysisForensic Ecology.

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