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Dr Siobhan Daly

Principal Lecturer/Teaching Fellow

Department: Social Sciences

Siobhan joined Northumbria University in 2005. Prior to this, she held teaching posts at the University of Sheffield and the University of Roehampton. She has also worked as a research manager and researcher on a major European-wide project entitled the ‘Visions and Roles of Foundations in Europe’ at the Centre for Civil Society, London School of Economics.

Campus Address

Lipman 306
City Campus


  • Teaching & Learning PCAPL September 15 2005
  • Politics PhD September 01 1999
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2008
  • Associate Fellow (AFHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2007

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Pathways through Trusteeship, Daly, S., Slack, R., Brandon, T., Biddle, P. 1 May 2020, In: International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing
  • Walking and Talking with Volunteers: what does walking offer the study of volunteering, space and place?, Daly, S., Allen, M. 2 Jul 2020, In: Community Development Journal
  • ‘In whom we trust?’, Daly, S., Biddle, P., Brandon, T., Slack, R. Dec 2018, In: Voluntary Sector Review
  • Philanthropy, the new professionals and higher education: the advent of Directors of Development and Alumni Relations, Daly, S. 16 Jan 2013, In: Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management
  • Philanthropy as an Essentially Contested Concept, Daly, S. Dec 2012, In: Voluntas
  • Philanthropy, the Big Society and Emerging Philanthropic Relationships in the UK, Daly, S. 7 Nov 2011, In: Public Management Review
  • Institutional innovation in philanthropy: community foundations in the UK, Daly, S. Sep 2008, In: Voluntas
  • Mapping civil society in the Republic of Ireland, Daly, S. 2008, In: Community Development Journal

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Charlotte Nisbet Start: 01/10/2018

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