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Siobhan Smyth

Programme Leader for Wildlife and Conservation

Siobhan completed her MSc in Countryside Management at MMU, and her PGCE at Keele University. Siobhan also has her IQA qualification.  Siobhan has 15 years experience of delivering Higher Education, including lecturing, people management, curriculum development, course management, and project management. Siobhan is currently licensed to handle Great Crested Newts and has experience of UK conservation management. Siobhan is also the University Hedgehog Champion, carrying out work on site improving Hedgehog habitats.

Porttrait of Siobhan Smyth

Research Interests and Publications

  • Wetland Environments
  • Woodland Environments

 

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2011). Ecology 1: Ecosystems. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2011). Ecology 2: Evolution. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2011). Ecology 3: Taxonomy. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2011). Ecology 4: Population Dynamics. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2012). Coastal Habitats 1: Physical Processes. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2012). Coastal Habitats 2: Threats to Coastal Habitats. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2012). Coastal Habitats 3: Coastal Protection and Legislation. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2012). Coastal Habitats 4: Sea Defences. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2012). Coastal Habitats 5: Sand dunes. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2012). Coastal Habitats 6: Salt Marsh. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2013). Environmental Interpretation 1: The Role of Interpretation. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2013). Environmental Interpretation 2: Planning Interpretation. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2013). Environmental Interpretation 3: Interpretation Boards and Panels. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2013). Environmental Interpretation 4: Guided Walks. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Smyth, S, Meede, J. (2013). Environmental Interpretation 5: Evaluating Interpretation. Bristol, United Kingdom: The Land Based Colleges National Consortium Ltd.

Environment and Conservation Sciences Courses

Environment & Conservation Sciences

BSc (Hons) in Wildlife Conservation and Ecology (including Foundation Year)

4 Years

Full-Time

Environment & Conservation Sciences

BSc (Hons) in Wildlife Conservation and Ecology

3 Years

Full-Time

Access to Higher Education

Access to Higher Education Diploma (Land Based Studies)

1 Year

Full-Time

Environment & Conservation Sciences

BSc (Hons) in Environmental Conservation (Top-Up)

1 Year

Full-Time

Environment & Conservation Sciences

Foundation Degree Environmental Conservation

2 Years

Full-Time