School of Creative and Cultural Business Staff
Details of support staff for schools across the university
Our staff have a wide range of knowledge and academic expertise combined with professional experience in their fields. Teaching is across the areas of Communication & Media, Marketing and Information Management
Head of School
Jo Royle is Head of the School of Creative and Cultural Business. The school encompasses a variety of subject areas in the creative and cultural industries including: media, journalism, fashion management, tourism, events management, hospitality, public relations, marketing and advertising. It also incorporates Information Management.
Dr Graeme Baxter is a Research Assistant specialising in Information Management.
Sally Berrisford is Lecturer in Communication, Marketing and Media.
Fiona is a lecturer in Communication, Marketing & Media at RGU.
Pauline Bremner is a lecturer in Retail and Fashion Management. She is currently the Head of Year of Stage Four Fashion Management and a member of the Programme Management Team for Fashion and Marketing.
Prof Simon Burnett is Research theme leader. His interests are in the importance of the knowledge economy and its development.
Tim Conner is a Lecturer in Communication, Marketing and Media.
Dr Neil Connon is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing. His research interests include the use of technology in retail and technology acceptance in small and medium businesses
Katie Cooper is a lecturer in Information Management and teaches on a number of courses, including the MSc Information and Library Studies.
Fionnuala is a lecturer in Information Management, and is also course leader for the Petroleum Data Management course.
Izzy Crawford is a senior lecturer in Communication, Marketing & Media and is Subject Leader for Public Relations, Media and Journalism.
Karen Cross is a Senior Lecturer and the Subject Leader for Fashion Management.
Dr Andrew Davis is a lecturer in marketing, teaching on a number of Undergraduate and Postgraduate modules.
Dr Nicola Furrie Murphy is Course Leader for MSc Journalism, MSc Corporate Communication & Public Affairs and BA(Hons) Journalism.
Dorothy is a part time lecturer teaching on the BA (Hons) Fashion Management Course.
David Gray is a Professor of Transport Policy at RGU.
Paul Green is a Lecturer in Communication, Marketing and Media.
Dr Rachael Ironside is a lecturer in Events Management.
Dr Gemma Kearney is a Lecturer in Communications, Marketing and Media and Module Co-ordinator for undergraduate modules in Management Practice and Event Tourism.
Jack Keenan is a Senior Lecturer in Communications, Marketing and Media where he is the Course Leader for MSc Digital Marketing and also a Learning Enhancement Coordinator.
Dr Evagelos Korobilis-Magas is a lecturer in Marketing, his areas of expertise include marketing strategy, research and analysis.
Dr Simone Kurtzke is a lecturer in Communication, Marketing and Media and her main areas of teaching and research are digital and social media marketing.
Dr Audrey Laing is a Lecturer in Communication, Media and Marketing.
Craig is Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for BA Hons International Tourism Management & BA Hons International Hospitality Management.
Dr Alan MacLennan is a lecturer in Information Management and teaches modules in Relational Databases, Information Dissemination and Records Management.
Professor Rita Marcella has led on a wide number of research projects in areas such as; Governance, Citizenship, Information Behavior, Media, Communication, Public Libraries, Parliaments, Research Impact, University Management.
Madeleine teaches fashion management at RGU.
Andrew Martin is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing and Director of the Scottish Centre of Tourism (SCoT). His research interests are in general tourism issues, such as hotel & hospitality impacts on the economy.
Dr Konstantina Martzoukou is Teaching Excellence Fellow and Course Leader for MSc Information and Library Studies and MSc Information Management.
Carolyn McNicholas is Subject Leader Marketing and a Senior Marketing Lecturer in Communication, Marketing and Media managing the team of Marketing Lecturers.
Dr James Morrison is reader in journalism at RGU.
Adrienne Muir is Professor of Information Management. She is an active researcher in the fields of information and publishing law, ethics and preservation.
Sarah Pedersen is a Professor and Director of Research in Communication, Marketing and Media. Her interests are in Computer-mediated Communication; Women’s use of Media and the History of Publishing.
Tracy Pirie is a Lecturer in Communication, Marketing and Media.
Elliot Pirie is an Academic Strategic Lead and programme leader for several Postgraduate courses. His primary teaching actives are in areas such as marketing, consumer psychology, research methods, and international branding.
Professor Reid is a Professor of Librarianship and Information Management. His principal research interests are Local Studies Librarianship, Historical Bibliography and library history, Reference and Enquiry Services and Digital Reference Services.
Anne Singleton is a Lecturer in Communication, Marketing and Media and teaches in the subject areas of Hotel, Tourism and Retail.
Jill Smith is Lecturer in Communication, Marketing and Media and teaches in the areas of Food & Beverage.
Dr Fiona Smith is a senior lecturer in Communication, Marketing and Media and course leader for the BA Hons Public Relations and BA Hons Media course. Her research interests include the Role of the Media in the Construction of Memory and Postmodern Theory.
Graeme Stephen is a Senior Lecturer in Communication, Marketing and Media.
Christina Stewart is a lecturer in Communication, Marketing and Media and has experience of teaching and supervising at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She teaches in a variety of subject areas including digital marketing, brand management and fashion management.
Nichola is a Lecturer within the School of Creative and Cultural Business, teaching on the MSc and BA(Hons) Fashion Management courses.
Dr Elizabeth Tait is the Subject Lecturer for Information Management and is research degree co-ordinator and Director of DInfSc.
Andrew Turnbull is a Senior Lecturer. His research interests are in Tourism Marketing, Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education and Retail marketing.
Caroline Whitehead is a part time Lecturer in Information Management.
Professor Dorothy Williams is Emeritus Professor of Information Science Research.
Lyndsay Bloice is a Research Assistant specialising in Social Science research.
Andy is a Research Assistant specialising in Information Management.
Hayley is a Research Assistant specialising in Social Science research.