Karen Bill is Associate Dean for Research and Enterprise in the
School of Sport, Performing Arts and Leisure and Director of the
Research Centre for Sport, Exercise and Performance. She was
admitted by the National council for Graduate Entrepreneurship as
an Entrepreneurship Education Fellow.
On a personal level, Karen has taken up jogging in order to keep
fit and keep up with her four boys. In the past her main sport was
tennis where she competed at county level.
Karen’s main teaching has been in the area of sports management.
In 2009 she published an edited book entitled Sports Management
with Learning Matters. In 2004, Karen gained a law degree and has
taught sports law as well as researching and publishing in this
area. More recently, after becoming an Entrepreneurship Education
Fellow, she has focused much of her research in the area of
entrepreneurship and has developed and taught on new
entrepreneurship modules across the School at both Masters and
undergraduate level in sport/leisure and performing arts.
Karen’s research interests primarily lie around entrepreneurship
and in particular, a focus on students experiences in relation to
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