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Ann Marie Condron

Senior Lecturer

Department: Social Sciences

ADSS Ann Marie Condron Staffprofile 255Ann Marie was appointed Lecturer in French in Modern Languages in September 1994.  Between 1992 and 1994 she was a lecturer (0.5 + VL hours) in French at the University of Sunderland and also taught English to International students on summer pre-sessional courses at the University of Newcastle.  Between 1991 and 1992 she studied Russian and taught French to intermediate level students at Glasgow Polytechnic.  Beween 1988 and 1991 she taught English to businesspeople for the Centre for Professional Development, Chamber of Commerce, Grenoble and students of Science & Engineering at the University of Grenoble & ENSERG Engineering School.

  • Teacher Training (TESOL) MA November 01 2013
  • Russian Language PGCE July 01 1992
  • Modern Languages BA (Hons) July 01 1988
  • Senior Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2003


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