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Adelah Bilal, Administrative Assistant
Adelah supports the day-to-day running of all co-curricular opportunities. In her role, she is responsible for communicating with students and academics, supporting participating students, marketing, and administration.
Adelah has previously worked as a Library Assistant with King’s Library Services. She has an undergraduate degree in English and French law and has just completed her masters in Islamic law.
Telephone: 020 7848 0264
Andy Boynton, Project Officer
Andrew is one of the Project Officers and he is responsible for engaging with students and academics and encouraging their participation in King’s Experience opportunities. His role includes leading on recruitment and administration as well as marketing and evaluating the schemes that we offer.
He has previously worked at two other Higher Education Institutions. At the University of West London he worked in compliance and his responsibilities included, investigating student complaints, responding to Freedom of Information requests and running enrolment events for international students. Whilst at Oxford Brookes University he worked in marketing, where he was involved in creating social media campaigns, running open day events and updating the Business School website.
Telephone: 020 7848 1802
Michael Flavin, King's Experience Academic Consultant
Michael is the academic consultant for King’s Experience Awards. He holds a degree in English, two master’s degrees (one in English and one in Education), and two doctorates (one in nineteenth-century literature, and one in technology-enhanced learning). He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Michael is responsible for academic standards on King’s Experience Awards and is the module co-ordinator for both the undergraduate and postgraduate Principal’s Global Leadership Award. He is the author of three books and numerous articles.
Telephone: 020 7848 2923
Latest article publications:
- Flavin, M. (2016) Technology-enhanced learning and higher education, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 32 (4), 632-645. http://oxrep.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/grw028? ijkey=uufNmxr0Tr2IUoH&keytype=ref
- Flavin, M. (2016) Disruptive conduct: the impact of disruptive technologies on social relations in Higher Education, Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 53 (1), 3-15. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/kQuPG6N6gvgZNW6CUa95/full
- Flavin, M. (2016) Home and Away: the use of institutional and non-institutional technologies to support learning and teaching, Interactive Learning Environments, 24 (7), 1665-1673. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10494820.2015.1041404
- Flavin, M. (2016) Anne Dewitt, Moral Authority, Men of Science, and the Victorian Novel, Notes and Queries, doi: 10.1093/notesj/gjv214. http://nq.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/gjv214?
Latest book publication:
- Flavin, M. (2017) Disruptive Technology Enhanced Learning: The use and misuse of digital technologies in higher education, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Charles Kasule, Awards & E-Learning Manager
As the Awards & E-Learning Manager Charles leads the team in the delivery of all the King's Experience student learning opportunities and supports technology-enhanced learning (TEL) provision in the Careers & Employability. Charles studied on an MSc in Learning Technologies at Birkbeck College/Institute of Education, completing his undergraduate Honors Degree in Computer Science at The London Metropolitan University and is also an Associate Fellow of the HEA.
Previously working in the King's Learning Institute, where he supported the delivery of TEL requirements of the academic programmes, partnered on internal/external/international TEL projects and maintained/supported various digital platforms across the university. He works with students, academics and other internal faculty colleagues to create engaging online spaces and activities that will better the student learning experience.
As the Awards Manager he leads the team in the delivery of the King's Experience portfolio of learning opportunities, creating and maintaining various co-curricular offerings in collaboration with teams across King's and ensuring the TEL requirements of staff and students are met.
He promotes the use of various learning technologies, using online web platforms and tools to enhance and support students with their learning through a blended approach. He is happy to be able to extend and use his experience with TEL to increase collaborative learning and engage students through online learning spaces.
Telephone: 020 7848 3941
Emily McGrath, Skills Award and E-Learning Officer
Emily coordinates the King's Leadership and Professional Skills Award (KLPSA). In her role she oversees the running of the KLPSA and acts as the first point of contact for students, as well as looking after the day-to-day administration. Additionally, she looks after King's Careers and Employability's Careers Hub on KEATS.
Emily has worked at King's Careers and Employability since 2013. Previous to this, she worked at UCL Careers. She holds an Undergraduate degree in Ancient World Studies and has a keen interest in wellbeing and sustainability.
Telephone: 0207 848 8898
Agi Hall, Project Officer
Agi oversees the day-to-day running of the co-curricular opportunities. In her role, she is responsible for planning, marketing and administering the schemes, and communicating with students and academics.
Agi graduated in English Studies, and she has a special interest in education and languages.
Telephone: 020 7848 8412