Pauline Miller Judd

Pauline Miller Judd

Dr. Pauline Miller Judd DBA SFHEA FRSA

Associate Professor

Biography

With 20+ years’ experience as a leader in education and creative industries, Pauline has led significant strategic developments, restructures and capital projects, and has worked with a range of teams in arts and education to develop new initiatives and challenge existing thinking.

Pauline began her career in the arts, working with theatre and dance companies across the UK, with strengths in developing fundraising and sustainability strategies, as well as project management. She moved into events management before joining Queen Margaret University. Pauline then moved to Edinburgh Napier University as Head of the School of Arts and Creative Industries, eventually becoming Dean of School. In 2019 Pauline stepped away from the role to concentrate on teaching, coaching and facilitation activities.

An enduring learner, Pauline believes in fostering innovation and enterprise through developing potential in others. She is a qualified Team Coach having studied the Team Academy (Tiimiakatemia®) model with Akatemia, and completed her DBA in 2019. Pauline is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), and an associate of the NCEE Entrepreneurial Leaders.

Esteem

Advisory panels and expert committees or witness

  • Member, Mindset LEAP (Leading Advisors and Experts Panel), Entrepreneurial Mindset Network
  • Invited presentation to Scottish Parliament Cross Party Group on Higher and Further Education onThe Contribution of HE/FE to Creative Industries
  • Invited member, Advisory Board, Indian Association of Scottish Studies
  • Member, Saltire Society Executive Board
  • Member, Governance and Organisational Development Committee, Young Enterprise Scotland
  • Education Representative, Scottish Theatre Forum

 

Conference Activity

  • Panel Chair, International Conference on Gandhi and Tagore, Manipal Academy of Higher Education
  • Panel Chair, SRHE

 

External Examining/Validations

  • External Examiner, Newcastle College, MA Creative Practice
  • External Examiner, Newcastle College, BA(Hons) Creative Enterprise
  • External Examiner, BiMM, BA(Hons) Music Marketing, Media and Communication
  • External Examiner, Arts Management and Music Marketing, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College
  • Senior External Examiner, Theatre Department (ensuring consistency across all external examiners), University of Chester
  • External Examiner, University of Chester, Arts and Cultural Management (UG & PG)
  • Invited external for validation and subject review events at a range of Universities including: Rose Bruford College, University of Essex, University of Winchester, University of East London, Buckinghamshire New University, DAMU Prague

 

Fellowships and Awards

  • Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy
  • Fellow, Royal Society of the Arts

 

Grant Reviewer

  • Reviewer of Creative Industry and Cultural Policy grant applications for theNetherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (Research Council)

 

Invited Speaker

  • NCEE Entrepreneurial Leaders - Piloting the Waves of Change
  • NCEE - Entrepreneurial Heads - Navigating the Waves of Change,
  • SCIS - Developing Creative Careers
  • Scottish Arts Club – ‘Scottish Creative Industries post referendum’
  • Invited speaker, Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts;
  • International talks
  • Articulation for All’ Conference, SQA/Robert Gordon University
  • HEA Credit Accumulation and Transfer conference, Manchester
  • Invited presentation on practices in assessing critical reflection in performance, HEA Assessment event, University of St Andrews
  • ELRAH Developing Articulation event, Edinburgh

 

Non-executive Directorship

  • Trustee, Donaldson Trust
  • Board Member, Scottish Drama Training Network (SDTN)
  • Chair, Management Board, Scottish Screen Academy
  • Board Member, Scottish Theatres Technical Training Trust
  • Board Member, North Edinburgh Arts Centre (NEAC)

 

Public/Community Engagement

  • Judge, Best Musical at Edinburgh Festival Fringe
  • Judge, Scottish Culture Awards
  • Judge, imPRESS Scottish School Magazine Awards 2014
  • Judge, PPA Scottish Magazine Awards 2012

 

Visiting Positions

  • Programme Director, Entrepreneurial Heads, NCEE
  • Thesis Tutor, Stichting SchoolVision, Amsterdam
  • Facilitator, Entrepreneurial Leaders Programme, NCEE

 

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An exploration of how academic staff construct social identities in the career transition from the performing arts into higher education

Thesis
Miller Judd, P. C. An exploration of how academic staff construct social identities in the career transition from the performing arts into higher education. (Thesis)
Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/2701745
For delivery of practice-based degrees in performing arts, universities often seek to employ lecturers with a strong professional profile which is considered to add value to t...

Performing Arts to Academia - Creativity to Conformity?

Presentation / Conference
Miller Judd, P. (2019, December)
Performing Arts to Academia - Creativity to Conformity?. Paper presented at Society of Research in Higher Education Annual Conference, Newport
For delivery of practice based degrees in performing arts, Universities often seek to employ lecturerswith a strong professional profile which is considered to add value to th...

Understanding the Learner Journey in the Creative Arts: Describing and Understanding the Learner Journey within the Cultural Ecology of Scotland

Report
Gunn, V., Mackay, J., Schrag, A., O'Neill, S., Bennett, S., Judd, P., …Campbell, A. (2019)
Understanding the Learner Journey in the Creative Arts: Describing and Understanding the Learner Journey within the Cultural Ecology of Scotland. Glasgow: QAA Scotland

Developing Academic Identity- the impact of 'happiness' in university culture

Presentation / Conference
Miller Judd, P. (2018, December)
Developing Academic Identity- the impact of 'happiness' in university culture. Paper presented at Society of Research in Higher Education Annual Conference, Newport
This study explores the experience of staff transitioning into academic careers from the creative industries drawing on narratives of personal and professional identity and li...

Teaching enhancements, evidence development, and the interconnections with the cultural ecology of Scotland

Report
Gunn, V., Mackay, J., Schrag, A., O'Neill, S., Bennett, S., Miller Judd, P., …Kanye, R. (2018)
Teaching enhancements, evidence development, and the interconnections with the cultural ecology of Scotland. Glasgow: QAA Scotland
This represents the end of year 1 project report for the Scottish Quality Enhancement Theme: Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student experience of the Creative Arts Cl...

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