Professor Sally Brown: bio

She has been awarded Honorary Doctorates by Plymouth University (2012), Kingston University (2015), Edinburgh Napier University (2017), Bournemouth University (2018) and University of Lincoln (2019).

She is Emerita Professor of Higher Education Diversity in Teaching and Learning at Leeds Beckett University and was until July 2010 PVC (Academic) there. She is also a Visiting Professor at Edge Hill University. Formerly she held Visiting Professorships at the Robert Gordon University, the University of Plymouth,  Liverpool John Moores University and the University of South Wales. She was also Adjunct Professor at the University of the Sunshine Coast and James Cook University (both in Queensland, Australia).

For five years, Sally was Director of Membership Services for the Institute for Learning and Teaching, prior to which she worked at the University of Northumbria at Newcastle for almost 20 years as a lecturer, educational developer and Head of Quality Enhancement.

She is a Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) Senior Fellow (2010), a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, (2010) and a National Teaching Fellow (2008).

She is author, co-author, editor or co-editor of thirty-five books on learning, teaching and assessment (some of which have been translated into Malaysian, Spanish, and Portuguese), 29 journal articles, 23 chapters in books, and many informal publications.