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Bernadetta Siara

Senior Lecturer

Nottingham Business School

Role

Dr Bernadetta Siara teaches on a variety of management-related programmes, both at undergraduate (Certified Manager Degree) and postgraduate level (including the Master in Business Administration and Master in Management).

Career overview

Bernadetta holds both a PhD (City, University of London) and an MBA and has an extensive teaching experience from British higher education institutions. She previously taught at Westminster Business School; City, University of London; Robert Gordon University and the University of Suffolk. There she was also involved in developing interdisciplinary research-based teaching programmes. She also focused on enabling greater graduate employability. Bernadetta has also been an active researcher over the years and worked on various research projects in higher education institutions (Westminster Business School and Middlesex University), the Scottish Government in Edinburgh and other non-governmental organisations, such as the Breast Cancer Care Charity in London. The previous research projects focused on among the others: equality and diversity; work and employment, including the ways of dealing with discrimination cases by the Employment Tribunals in the UK, offensive speech in the workplace and various forms of violence against women; work-based learning; and policy-making concerning small and medium size enterprises in the UK. Some projects were of academic nature whilst others were commissioned by public body organizations including the UK Government; Federation of Small Businesses; or London First. At Nottingham Business School Bernadetta is combining her previous experience with new academic avenues.

Research areas

Bernadetta has also been an active researcher over the years and worked on various research projects in higher education institutions (Westminster Business School and Middlesex University), the Scottish Government in Edinburgh and other non-governmental organisations, such as the Breast Cancer Care Charity in London.

The previous research projects focused on among others: equality and diversity; work and employment, including the ways of dealing with discrimination cases by the Employment Tribunals in the UK, offensive speech in the workplace and various forms of violence against women; work-based learning; and policy-making concerning small and medium size enterprises in the UK. Some projects were of academic nature whilst others were commissioned by public body organizations including the UK Government; Federation of Small Businesses; or London First.

Course(s) I teach on