Director of Academic Development and Open Learning Leader
Liam has an MA in Biblical Hermeneutics from Middlesex University, and an MBA from the University of Bradford, and studied Effective Management at the Manchester School of Management. He also has an MA in Education, Society and Technology from Bristol University. With his wife Colette, he served as a missionary in Nigeria with Mission Africa, and during his time there acted as Head of Theology, teaching in a seminary of the United Evangelical Church. As Director of Academic Development at Regents, Liam is primarily responsible for the development of online material to support different learning activities hosted on the college’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). At Undergraduate level, he teaches all Greek modules, Biblical Studies (New Testament components), Hermeneutics and Romans, Christian Leadership and Strategic Organisation Transformation, and The Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts to Master’s students. Liam’s research interests include Pauline pneumatology, hermeneutics and ethics grounded in Romans chapters 8 and 12. Liam has acted as an external assessor for a number of universities, and has recently been appointed as Higher Education Reviewer on behalf of the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA).