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Sarah Flynn

Sarah has been a long-time supporter of ASET, is highly committed to its success and a firm advocate of all things work based and placement learning. 

With a career spanning over 20 years in UK Higher Education, Sarah is now Associate Professor of Learning and Teaching in the Learning and Teaching Innovation Centre at the University of Hertfordshire. Her role provides support to academics across the University to develop their practice and curricula.

Sarah specialises in curriculum design, work based learning, employability, student experience and equality. A National Teaching Fellow, she currently teaches on the postgraduate programme in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. 

Sarah’s areas of expertise cover work based learning, placements, employability, apprenticeships, professional development, academic identity, widening participation and social justice. 

Her areas of research include work based learning, professional development and identity, and impact of Higher Education policy on practice.