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Lucy Sweetman

Lucy Sweetman

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Personal statement

Lucy is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing with a focus on professional writing. She is responsible for the undergraduate Creative Writing programme’s vulnerable students and is the lead tutor for Creative Writing’s final year students.

Lucy is a personal tutor to students in all years and supervises students undertaking independent projects in years two and three.

Lucy’s current research is focused on using creative writing to respond to and make sense of national and global political events. Her secondary research interest is student-centred teaching and learning in higher education. Lucy is co-editing a book on leadership in higher education due to be published in early 2018.

Academic qualifications

  • Certificate Professional Learning in Higher Education
  • BA (Hons) American Studies
  • MRes Transnational Writing, Bath Spa University.

Professional memberships

  • Fellow, Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
  • Fellow, Royal Society of Arts (FRSA).

Subjects

Other external roles

Freelance writer, researcher and project manager with a specialism in working with the third sector. 

Areas of expertise

Commercial copywriting, speechwriting, communications and public relations. Teaching and learning. 

Research and academic outputs

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Exploring consensual leadership in higher education: co-operation, collaboration and partnership
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Gornall, L, Thomas, B and Sweetman, L, eds. (2018) Exploring consensual leadership in higher education: co-operation, collaboration and partnership. Bloomsbury Academic, London. ISBN 9781350043572


Appendix 1 - Independent evaluation of peer research process
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Sweetman, L (2015) 'Appendix 1 - Independent evaluation of peer research process.' In: Dixon, J and Lee, J, eds. Corporate parenting for young people in care – making the difference? Catch22, London, pp. 136-149.


I w8 fr yr mesg
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Sweetman, L (2003) 'I w8 fr yr mesg.' In: Goodwin, D, ed. Essential poems (to fall in love with). HarperCollins, London. ISBN 9780007160655


The role of CPD in creating routes to success for looked-after children
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Sweetman, L (2011) 'The role of CPD in creating routes to success for looked-after children.' CPD Update, May.


Giving pupils a say
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Sweetman, L (2005) 'Giving pupils a say.' Managing Schools Today, 14 (6). pp. 21-23. ISSN 0968-1558


Wrestling Joan Retallack, passing notes to Marion Milner: creative-critical writing and the PhD proposal
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Sweetman, L (2018) Wrestling Joan Retallack, passing notes to Marion Milner: creative-critical writing and the PhD proposal. In: Bath Spa University Early Stage Researcher Conference, 14 June 2018, Bath Spa University, Corsham, UK.


A new civics – through higher education engagement
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Sweetman, L, Gornall, L and Thomas, B (2017) A new civics – through higher education engagement. In: SRHE Annual Conference, 6 - 8 December 2017, Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales.


Finding our way in the Upside Down: using creative inquiry to make sense of a changing world
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Sweetman, L (2017) Finding our way in the Upside Down: using creative inquiry to make sense of a changing world. In: London Conference in Critical Thought, 30 June - 1 July 2017, South Bank University, London, UK.


Supporting all learners in higher education
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Sweetman, L (2015) Supporting all learners in higher education. In: Youth Participation Impact Conference, 1 - 2 September 2015, University of Manchester, UK.


Staying put in independent foster care: working together, getting it right
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Sweetman, L (2015) Staying put in independent foster care: working together, getting it right. Nationwide Association of Fostering Providers.


Child and young person-centred practice in child protection and social care [working paper]
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Sweetman, L (2015) Child and young person-centred practice in child protection and social care [working paper]. Research in Practice.


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