Fionnuala Brennan
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Fionnuala Brennan is a lecturer in the School of Humanities at South East Technological University, Ireland.   She has experience and expertise in in-person classroom as well as online and blended learning delivery, with a particular interest in working with lifelong learners.  She has spearheaded initiatives at programme level and on projects to research and enhance learning, teaching and assessment. 

She completed her undergraduate studies in Communication Studies in Dublin City University (DCU) and later returned to DCU to complete her Doctorate in Education in 2017. 

Following fifteen years of event and project management in the arts sector Fionnuala joined Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) in 2007 teaching on undergraduate arts programmes, and co-developing the MA in Arts & Heritage Management. As programme leader on the MA, in 2015 she won a 100K Springboard+ application enabling funded places.  In 2017 she joined the team on the Higher Certificate in Custodial Care (HCCC), is now programme leader and has been instrumental to the collaborative development and delivery of the programme to over 700 recruit prison officers to date.  From 2019 to 2020 she was the lead on a research and enhancement project on the HCCC Every Contact Counts.  She is currently running an interdisciplinary research and enchancement project SPARC under the 2021 - 2022 Strategic Alignment of Teaching & Learning Enhancement Fund.


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