Making diversity visible
Who are we?
Within the School of Criminology we are proud of our differences and the hurdles some have overcome. Below are quotes from staff members on what makes each of us diverse.
|Dr Chris Allen||"My mum was unmarried and teenage when she had me"|
|Dr Tammy Ayres||"I'm proud of my mixed cultural heritage"|
|Professor Neil Chakraborti||"I'm one of only a handful of Asian professors and Heads of School within Higher Education"|
|Dr Amy Clarke||"I was the first in my family to go to University"|
|Wilma Coleman||"I studied for a management diploma whilst working full-time and bringing up children"|
|Dr Mark Connor||"I came out at 15"|
|Tracey Dodman||"I got into University with one A-Level"|
|Dr Ben Ellis||"I had a dyslexia test whilst doing my third degree - it had never been picked up before"|
|Dr Wendy Fitzgibbon||"I studied my first degree as a mature student after working as a nurse and probation worker for a number of years"|
|Dr Gina Fox||"I left Ireland to pursue an academic career"|
|Dr Matt Hopkins||
"Most of my family speak Gujarati"
|Nick Janicki||"I identify as a gay man"|
|Dr Sam King||
"I went to University with no A-levels"
|Laura Nevay||"I am studying for a degree whilst working full-time within Criminology"|
|Dr Lucy Neville||"My Illiterate (and awesome) grandma raised my mum and uncle in a caravan"|
|Professor Teela Sanders||"I've worked in the sex work industry as a researcher for over 20 years"|
|Andy Sarratt||"My mum was a dinner lady. My dad was a joiner"|
|Claire Vanneck||"I lived in a women's refuge during my 20s"|