Kizzy Beaumont

Kizzy Beaumont | 01782 7 34622

As Learning Developer and Teaching Fellow, I primarily work with the Faculty of Natural Sciences developing and delivering academic practice sessions across a range of programmes. Like the rest of the team within Student Learning, I am also responsible for developing and delivering sessions through our free-standing programmes and one to one sessions.

Throughout my academic career, one of my main focuses has been developing programmes, sessions and resources to support and encourage students engagement with their curriculum and academic practice. My lecturing experience, along with student academic development sessions, has been predominantly in animal science, wildlife conservation and ecology with particular focus at HE on marine and freshwater conservation and management. I hold a BSc in Marine Biology and MSc in Biological Diversity and am currently undertaking further study in an LLM in Environmental Law.

I have always had a passion for conservation, with a particular interest in community engagement and education. Since leaving university I have continued to pursue wildlife conservation as a hobby, as well as part of my career, and have used this enthusiasm and passion for conservation within my teaching. During my time in education I have become more passionate about teaching and education and the impact it can have on conservation efforts.

Areas of expertise: Student engagement, academic advising, assessment & feedback