Stuart teaches on the Social Work, Social Policy and Sociology, and Community and Social Care programmes from Year 1 to Masters level. His specific areas of interest are education policy, undergraduate employment, welfare history, social theory, and the sociology of childhood. Stuart also supervises postgraduate research students.
Stuart is the Course Leader for the Doctor of Professional Practice Community and Social Care: Policy and Practice programme, as well as one of the Research Degrees Tutors in the School of Social Work, Care and Community.
After graduating from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) in 2000, Stuart began teaching social policy and sociology in several further and higher institutions. Though he teaches and is interested in all aspects of social policy and sociology, Stuart’s specialist subject is education policy and inequalities in student experience - the research topic of his PhD.
- PhD, Social Policy, UCLan, 2014
- PGCE, Further and Higher Education, University of Manchester, 2001
- BA (Hons), Social Policy, UCLan, 2000
- Education Policy
- Undergraduate Employment