Lecturer in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
Areas of Teaching Expertise
Species and habitat conservation, environmental law and policy, applied biology and ecology
I hold a BSc (Hons) in Wildlife Conservation and an MSc in Environmental Management for Agriculture as well as qualifications in teaching, applied biology and veterinary nursing.
My experience is varied, including working on conservation management and wildlife rescue projects. I enjoy guiding students to reach their full academic potential and teach academic skills and science as well as a range of ecological topics. As an External Examiner I also work with several universities to verify assessment on animal science and conservation degrees.
Ultimately I love being able to spend time outdoors exploring different environments. I am part of the team monitoring butterflies on the college estate and am currently researching a local water vole population.
Edwards. N., Leech, T. & Warner, D. (2015). Nail fungus Poronia punctata in Norfolk, and possible factors affecting its appearance at Hockwold Heath and Cranwich Camp. Transactions of the Norfolk & Norwich Naturalists Society, 48, 34-39.