Management and Business Studies Alumni

  • Dr Donna Poade

    Management and Business Studies Alumni


    Business School, University of Exeter

    Start date: 2013

    Graduation date: May 2017

    Research topic: The management of dark tourism visitor sites and attractions with special reference to innovation

    Current position: Lecturer in Management, University of Exeter

    Email: d.poade2@exeter.ac.uk


  • Sian Robinson

    Management and Business Studies Alumni

    PhD Researcher in Management and Business (ESRC 1+3)
    Business School, University of Exeter

    Start date: September 2016

    Research topic: Visible Body Modifications within the Workplace

    Email: slr221@exeter.ac.uk


  • Dr Louisa Hood

    Management and Business Studies Alumni

    PhD Researcher in Management and Business (ESRC 1+3)
    Business School, University of Exeter

    Start date: September 2014

    Graduation date: February 2019

    Research topic: Family engagement in Art Museums

    Collaborative Doctoral Award, The University of Exeter and Tate.

    Using Tate as an intrinsic and instrumental case, my research looks at the relationships between art museum spaces, their collections and their audiences.

    Research supervisors: Professor Tim Coles, Dr Adrian Bailey, Dr Emily Pringle (Tate)

    Email: lh454@exeter.ac.uk


  • Dr Panagioula Chaidali

    Management and Business Studies Alumni

    PhD Researcher in Management and Business (ESRC +3)
    School of Economics, Finance and Management, University of Bristol

    Start date: September 2013

    Graduation date: June 2018

    Research topic: Exploring the evolution of the annual report from a designer's perspective

    Research supervisors: Professor Michael Jones, Dr Matt Bamber

    Email: p.chaidali@bristol.ac.uk


  • Dr Kirsty Janes

    Management and Business Studies Alumni

    PhD Researcher in Management and Business (ESRC 1+3)
    The Business School, University of Exeter

    Start date: September 2013

    Research topic: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Career Progression

    I am influenced by the work of Judith Butler on both heteronormativity and performativity, and am using her work to explore how homosexual and transgender difference is produced as part of the process of career progression.

     

    Research supervisors: Dr Emma Jeanes , Dr Carol Woodhams

    Email: kj265@exeter.ac.uk