Sue joined the University’s Student Learning Services (SLS) in 2006. She has enjoyed a varied career path ranging from nursing, personal and human resources, student support to lecturing. Sue has a background in teaching in the community as well as higher and further education. Previous work in HE has included teaching psychology, social psychology and academic study skills as part of the access course at Stirling University. This involved working with students individually, teaching workshops across the University, as well as modules within the Division of Education. Currently Sue has three role working for SLS as a Tutor, Accessibility and Inclusion as a Needs Assessor and as a lecturer, teaching Core Skills, at Forth Valley College.
Sue completed a BSc (Hons) in Psychology with Biology at Manchester Polytechnic (1991), a Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management at Manchester Metropolitan University (1997) and a MSc in Health Psychology at Stirling University (2006). She is currently a member of Scottish Education Learning Advisors (ScotELAs) and a graduate member of British Psychological Society.