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    Claire Toogood

    MA, BA (Hons), FHEA, Assoc CIPD

    Visiting Scholar

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    Visiting Scholar in the Food, Land and Agribusiness Management Department.

    Previously Lecturer with responsibility for final year modules including Leadership and People Management, and International Human Resource Management. Also lectured on first year modules including Business Data Analysis and Introduction to Business for Rural Advisors, as well as holding the role of Course Tutor for second year Business students. Researcher and project manager on multiple projects detailed in "Publications" and "Additional Information" sections below.

    Also worked as Careers Adviser, working with undergraduate, postgraduate and distance learning students. Held responsibility for data management in multiple institutions, including planning and student number forecasting at a Russell Group institution and statutory gradaute outcomes survey management at a specialist institution. Further professional experience in human resources, finance, tax, projects and client management.

    Professional Memberships

    Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

    Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (Assoc CIPD)

    Academic Department: Food, Land and Agribusiness Management

    Research profile: ORCID

    Additional Information

    2023 Joint Research Lead evaluating New Entrants Incubator pilot

    2022 Case Teaching Scholar (The Case Centre)

    2022 HAU Student Voice Award winner

    2021 onwards - Peer Reviewer for Vitae HR Excellence in Research Award

    2021 recipient of an Agricultural Educator Award from the Farmers Club to research "Effective leadership, management and development of people working in agriculture and agri-food: supporting new entrants from non-agricultural backgrounds." 


    You can contact Claire Toogood if you would like to discuss any of the following course modules:

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