QMUL Graduate Attributes Programme
Dr Caroline Walker
Senior Education Advisor
Graduate Attributes Programme Manager
Centre for Academic and Professional Development
Caroline received her BA, MA and PhD in History from the University of Bristol. Caroline provides consultancy and support for curriculum development activities across Queen Mary, including the implementation of the QMUL Graduate Attributes.
Caroline is a member of the Educational Development team within the Centre for Academic and Professional Development, which provides strategic, developmental, practical, project and consultancy support for the development and enhancement of learning and teaching across QMUL.
For more information about the QMUL Graduate Attributes programme and curriculum development at Queen Mary, please contact Caroline at email@example.com or 0207 882 2820 (internal extension 2820).
Professor Elizabeth Davenport
Professor of Dental Education
Graduate Attributes Programme Chair
Institute of Dentistry
Professor Elizabeth Davenport is a specialist paediatric dentist and holds a chair in Dental Education. She is fully committed to driving forward a learning environment that provides the tools to develop and recognise graduate attributes whilst studying at Queen Mary. She chaired the Steering Group responsible for bringing the Graduate Attributes to Queen Mary, a task which has given her immense pleasure and pride as the website is launched. Whilst studying for an Masters in Medical Epidemiology and completing a PhD at the same time (1992-93) she recognised just how important it was to make the best of all the opportunities offered as an academic developing herself with a view to advance within Higher Education. Graduate attributes and reflecting on their achievement makes one a more rounded person who is globally aware, constantly learning in an ever changing world, communicates clearly, engages critically with knowledge, all of which are so important to practice as a safe dental practitioner.