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Dr Carol Air
|Post Nominals||PhD, MBA, BA, PgTQFE, CMILT, MCIPS, FHEA|
|Biography||Carol has over 15 years of teaching experience in further and higher education. She joined RGU in 2008 after her placement at Angus College as a trainee lecturer with Stirling University, a post preceded by many years in industry and the music business.
She has a BA Business Administration (with distinction), and an MBA with HRM from Abertay University in Dundee.
She also achieved a post graduate teaching qualification in further education (TQFE) in management from the University of Stirling. A pre-service course incorporating a year long placement with Angus College that enabled her transition from industry to higher education.
Carol's doctoral thesis is titled: Entrepreneuring as performance; understanding entrepreneurship as a process of becoming. It explores career transitions from music to enterprise in the City of Dundee.
Carol is also a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
|Research Interests||Entrepreneurship, Informal Learning, Creativity, Creative Industries, Learning and Teaching.|
|Teaching and Learning||Dr Carol Air is a lecturer in Management within the Department of People, Organisations and Practice. She teaches and coordinates modules in; operations management, procurement and personal and research skills for professionals (PRS).|