Paul Stewart

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Academic qualifications

BA (Hons) English, PG Cert. Learning and Teaching


0121 604 1000


After graduating, I was employed as an actor, writer, and director by a Stirling-based arts and entertainment company. Other work during this period included stints as an actor/stage manager at the MacRobert Arts Centre.

After moving to the United States I employed first as a journalist by a local newspaper and later as a part-time adjunct lecturer at the University of Montana, teaching journalism, writing, public speaking, and a range of drama-based courses. Later, as a full-time member of staff I combined lecturing responsibilities with managing the University's on-campus theatre which hosted professional and amateur productions, events, and entertainments. I also was co-director of a free-lance events and entertainment company specialising in the production of tourism-focussed activities and entertainments.

On returning to the UK and before joining UCB I was employed by East Dunbartonshire district council as an Events Co-ordinator, responsible for the planning and delivery of a range of cultural, heritage-based, and tourism-centred events and entertainments.


My teaching experience at UCB includes:

Level 0 modules: Preparing for Academic Success 1 and 2

Level 4 modules: Events Industry in Context, The Events Industry, Event Design

Level 5 modules: Managing Entertainments Resources, Live Concept Management, Event Planning, Project Management for Events, Live Event Project, Event Operations.

Level 6 modules: Innovation in Events, Innovation in Hospitality, Winning Events Contracts, Ethics In Entertainment, Innovation In Entertainment, Research Project.

Research Interests and Scholarly activity

I am currently studying for a postgraduate degree in Tourism Destination Management.

External Engagements

As module leader and lecturer in various modules which require students to produce live, off-campus events I maintain good relationships with event and entertainment practitioners, venue managers, EMCs and a range of industry specialists.

Students at UCB

Business School

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