This article introduces Dr Harriet Dunbar-Morris, Dean of Learning and Teaching. 

Harriet is responsible for ensuring that the University delivers an exceptional student experience for all our students. Passionate about giving students a voice -- and to placing student engagement at the heart of everything we do -- Harriet's operational and strategic leadership shapes how we enhance and evaluate the way we teach, develop and support our students.

In her role as our Dean of Learning and Teaching, Harriet is also responsible for the management of the Directors of the Departments of Curriculum and Quality Enhancement, and Careers and Employability. 

In her career so far, she has worked in a variety of senior roles for a number of leading academic institutions, including the universities of Oxford and Bath. 



Share your views at 'Haver /ˈheɪvə/ with Harriet'

This is an informal drop-in session for students with Harriet Dunbar-Morris, the Dean of Learning and Teaching.

Sessions are held in the Library Atrium every six weeks or so to ensure that enhancements to the student experience at Portsmouth are based on your views and feedback.

Harriet will also be joined by her dog Toto at some of the sessions.

Harriet explains"Tell me what matters to you, what works, and what you’d like to see change. I’m a Scot, and a 'Haver' /ˈheɪvə/ is a Scottish term for a chat. So if you just want to pop by to say hi, that’s fine too.

I'll also be bringing Toto along as, like me, he is a good listener. Feel free to pop by and give Toto a stroke or a cuddle. But do be prepared to tell me about your student experience too."

Dates for your diary:

  • Thursday 31 January 2019: 2.30-4.30pm
  • Wednesday 13 March 2019: 2.30-4.30pm
  • Thursday 16 May 2019: 12.30-2.30pm

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