MA, PGCE, FHEA
Judith has been a lecturer for 26 years in both the FE and HE sectors, joining the University of South Wales in 2012. Judith’s expertise lies in the delivery of Welsh-medium courses, and she co-ordinates the Welsh-medium curriculum for the BSc Police Sciences. She also lectures on the BA Professional Welsh, and, more recently, she has taken temporary course leadership for USW’s flagship course – the Post-graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in HE (PGCLTHE), where she has encouraged developments regarding both Welsh-medium and bilingual delivery. As well as these roles, Judith’s interest in developing staff means that alongside her lecturing roles, she mentors colleagues to achieve fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), and is a panel member for USW’s UKPSF awarding panel for these fellowships.
Judith’s main research interests are in bilingualism (particularly bilingual education), the effects of multi-cultural approaches in the public services, and domestic abuse.
Rogers, C., Dacey, J., Jordan M., and Thomas, G., (2017), Historical reporting of Sexual Offences to Dyfed Powys Police- Insights from Victims, Report commissioned by Dyfed Powys Police.
Dacey, J., Read, T. and Rogers, C (2014), The Recruitment and Progression of Visible Ethnic Minorities by the Police Service
5/3/15, BBC Radio Cymru, ‘Manylu’ Programme, Discussion regarding the case of Owain Mon Roberts, missing person.
5/3/15, BBC Radio Wales, ‘Good Morning Wales’ News Programme, Discussion regarding missing persons.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Member of Cognate Groups at USW – Education and Police Sciences
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