Dr Ana Paula Fonseca

dr ana paula fonseca

Dr Dr Ana Paula Fonseca

   

Biography

Dr Ana Paula is a Lecturer in Strategy and Sustainability and Programme Leader of the MBA Strategic Project Management and MBA Engineering Management and Employability Skills Programme- responsible for the overall curriculum design, coherence, delivery, planning evaluation and enhancement of the academic programme, and personalised student experience. Coordinate, manage and communicate the school strategy and programme delivery with module leaders to ensure effective coordination. Connect with associated professional bodies, employers, and alumni to build an external reputation and promote extra-curricular activities. Responsible for the pastoral care of staff and students within the programme.
Lecturer in Strategy and Sustainability. Responsible for designing business modules and assessments based on work-based learning for graduate apprentices and as a subject lead of the SCQF levels 7 and 8 and teaching SCQF levels 9 and 10. Research interests include Corporate Social Responsibility, sustainability, sustainable development goals, business ethics, social capital theory, project management, family business and action research. Upon completing undergraduate studies in the Technology of Managerial Process at the University of Castelo Branco, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Ana Paula worked in large organisations such as the pharmaceutical industry and a private bank. She started two small enterprises in Brasilia and Porto Alegre, Brazil. She also has participated and collaborated in many areas at the university level and local communities. External impact, as a co-investigator of two research projects funded by the UK Government. Firstly, working with 20 SMEs to empower and embrace United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in a Post-Covid 19 Scotland. Secondly, working with 20 housing and constructions organisations to upskill and support the transition to a net-zero economy and accelerate action to SDGs. Member at the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals - chair of young professionals, AMED Networks, ISBE, and BAM. She has also published papers in CSR and Sustainability and present abstracts, poster presentations, July/21. Additionally, she received recognition of the UK Professional Standards Framework for teaching and learning in HEA (PgCertTLHE, FHEA).

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Fellowships and Awards

  • Fellow of Higher Education Academy

 

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The implementation of the Employability Skills Programme in a global pandemic: delights and pitfalls

Presentation / Conference
Borthwick Saddler, S., Rezai, K., Paula Fonseca, A., Fannin, N., & Richardson, S. (2021, July)
The implementation of the Employability Skills Programme in a global pandemic: delights and pitfalls. Poster presented at Advance HE's Teaching and Learning Conference 2021 'Teaching in the Spotlight: What is the Future for HE Curricula?', Online
This poster will visualise the creation, launch and delivery of the new online Employability Skills Programme (ESP) during a pandemic for more than 2,000 students. The aims of...

Developing ethically conscious work-ready graduates: the story of the ESP

Presentation / Conference
Borthwick Saddler, S., Fannin, N., Fonseca, A. P., Rezai, K., & Richardson, S. (2021, June)
Developing ethically conscious work-ready graduates: the story of the ESP. Poster presented at Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) Learning, Teaching and Student Experience Conference 2021, Online
The poster showcases the development and delivery of the online Employability Skills Programme (ESP), designed for all on-campus Business School undergraduate students. ESP pr...

Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability in a Hospitality Family Business

Journal Article
Fonseca, A. P., & Carnicelli, S. (2021)
Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability in a Hospitality Family Business. Sustainability, 13(13), https://doi.org/10.3390/su13137091
The triple bottom line of sustainability has been the foundation to assess the overall performance of organizations in the hospitality sector. Family businesses are operating ...