Mark Simpson | Pro-Vice Chancellor Teaching & Learning
Teesside University

Mark Simpson, Pro-Vice Chancellor Teaching & Learning, Teesside University

Professor Simpson is Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning & Teaching) at Teesside University. He graduated from Teesside University with a degree in Politics and a PhD in Criminology. He has written and researched in the fields of Youth Crime, Criminal Justice and Drug Use. Professor Simpson was previously Dean of the School of Social Sciences, Business & Law at Teesside University, and for a period of 9 years was a Director of the British Society of Criminology. Professor Simpson has a national reputation for teaching & learning and is known for his work in educational digital transformation. He is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (PFHEA) and a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts (FRSA).


EDUtech Europe 2023 Conference Day 1 @ 15:55

Panel - Mental health and wellbeing support for an improved learning experience

  • Cultivating awareness and support within campuses, for a proactive approach to student's mental health issues
  • Ensuring students aim at achieving a balance between workload and personal life, managing pressure and expectations
  • Providing onsite and digital mental health services and resources
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