Miss Shinell Smith
British Transport Police Advisor 2009 - 2010
Ethnic Miniorities Officer at the University of East Anglia Student Union 2011 - 2012
University of East Anglia Student Board Representative 2012- 2013
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Sheffield University Management School
I am a PhD student at the University of Sheffield studying Management. I have experience teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students. My teaching experience is from a variety of subjects; notably, I taught on the module 'Information Management and Organizations' (INF6320) at the University of Sheffield’s Information school. In addition, I have marked both coursework and exam scripts for this module. I have provided both written and verbal feedback to students on their progress. So, therefore, I am confident in my ability to provide support and feedback to students, both online and in person.
My research areas are corporate social responsibility and cross-sector partnerships. I am researching how a religious logic impacts the decisions that are made by managers in cross-sector partnerships. One of the key themes in my research is leadership, as one of my aims is to understand how religion and spirituality impact the decisions that leaders make. I often conduct research in a developing country context. I have carried out research in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and South Africa. I am currently working towards obtaining an associate fellowship to the Higher Education Academy.
BA (Hons.) International Relations and Politics
MA Post-war Recovery Studies
- Research interests
My research interest lies in the theme of business and society, specifically focused on cross-sector partnerships and corporate social responsibility. I am researching the role of faith-based organisations in cross-sector partnerships, in an African context. I often conduct research in a developing country context. I have carried out research in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and South Africa. I am open to research collaborations focusing on business and society issues.
- Professional activities
Completed research in Bosnia and Herzegovina and South Africa