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Alexander Meredith

Alex Meredith

Senior Lecturer

School of Social Sciences

Staff Group(s)


Dr Alex Meredith is the Course Leader for the MSc in Psychological Wellbeing & Mental Health, with responsibility for overseeing the direction of the course, and enabling the smooth progression of the Masters students through their time at NTU. In addition, Alex is responsible for Sustainability in the Psychology Department, and negotiates with staff on the inclusion of topics relating to sustainability within their respective modules.

Alex’s current teaching responsibilities include teaching core post-graduate research methods modules, in addition to mental health modules. At an undergraduate level he also is the module leader for the year two Critical Thinking module, and delivers material on the year three Cyberpsychology module.

Finally, he also supervises PhD theses, and projects of both post-graduates and under-graduates.

Career overview

Dr Alex Meredith received his degree (BSc Psychology) from City, University of London (1996), with a MSc from the University of Nottingham in 1997. After a period of time working in the mental health profession, he became a lecturer in Psychology in 2008, and was awarded his PhD in Psychology in 2014, both at Nottingham Trent University.

Research areas

Conservation Psychology


External activity

Dr. Alex Meredith is an External examiner for the MSc in Psychological Wellbeing, at De Montfort University.