Ms Joanna Bailey

School: School of Art and Architecture
Position: Senior Lecturer and Faculty Learning & Teaching Coordinator

Biography

Joanna is an architect and as an Associate Director at Marks Barfield Architects (1993 -2001) she worked on various award winning projects. Joanna also has a keen interest in learning and teaching and has taught at Kingston University for over ten years. She is currently a first year studio leader in the School of Architecture & Landscape and Faculty Learning & Teaching Coordinator within the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture.

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Research expertise

I am interested in pursuing research on architectural education and pedagogy, particularly relating to retention, progression and diversity issues within architectural education and the profession.

Teaching areas & responsibilities

Studio Leader, First Year BA Architecture
Module Leader, First Year BA Architecture

Professional activity

  • 2009 - presentMember of the RIBA Architects for Change Committee
  • 2008 - presentMember of the RIBA Building Futures Advisory Group
  • 2008 - 2009Member of the RIBA Architects for Change Coordinating Committee
  • 2008 - 2010OCN Moderator (External) on the Access to Higher Education in Art & Design course
  • 2007 - 2008Member of the RIBA Diversity and Equality Taskforce
  • 2004 - presentHighed Education Academy
  • 2004 - 2006Member of the CEBE Special Interest Group on Supporting Diversity within Architectural Education
  • 2001 - 2005Sole Practioner (part time), Bailey McBride Architects
  • 1995 - presentMember, Royal Institute of British Architects
  • 1995 - presentArchitects Registration Board (ARB)
  • 1993 - 2000Marks Barfield Architects, Architectural Assistant, Architect, Associate Director

Educational and professional qualifications

  • 2008Masters in Professional Studies in Education Kingston University
  • 2003Post Graduate Certificate in Learning & Teaching in Higher Education Kingston University
  • 1994Post Experience Certificate in the Professional Practice of Architecture (RIBA part 3) Kingston University
  • 1993Post Graduate Diploma (Architecture) (and exemption RIBA Part 2) Kingston University
  • 1989BA(Hons) Architecture KIAD Canterbury

Conferences & events

25-26 August 2011
Presentation at the All Ireland Society for Higher Education (AISHE) International Conference: The Challenge for Graduates in a Changed World, University College Dublin, Ireland

6-8 July 2011
Presentation at Education in a Changing Environment, 6th International Conference, Salford University

Sept 2009 - July 2011
Member of the Kingston University Outduction Advisory Group

Nov 2010 – September 2011
HE Academy – CEBE. CEBE Innovative Projects in Learning and Teaching Funding (£4K) awarded for a project titled 'Kingston Futures: Embedding Employability within the Curriculum'

Grants, funding and awards

  • 2012Kingston University Teaching Fellowship
  • 2011Kingston University, Teacher of the Year Award for the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture

Publications

Number of items: 1.

Conference or Workshop Item

Bailey, Joanna and May, Steve (2007) The Student Support Centre one year on. In: Widening participation in the arts: what works? The National Arts Learning Network Conference; 21 - 22 Feb 2007, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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