Angela Nash has been in the School of Technology at the University of Wolverhampton since October 2006, where she is a Senior Lecturer. She specialises in Project Management, Change Management, Masterplanning and Workplace Design with regard to Capital/Construction Projects. She is the Course Leader for Master of Science Degree in Construction Project Management.
She has been involved in a number of major projects in the higher education sector concerned with client-side involvement in space planning, masterplanning and learning space development. The latest of which involved providing the educational consultancy to the Libyan Government during the strategic planning and design phases of the Libyan Universities project comprising 27 new university campuses at a value of £53bn.
She joined the University in 1998 and until 2006 her University role was as Strategic Project Officer and Head of the Strategic Project Office within the Executive Department encompassing the co-ordination and management of many strategic projects including the £180m New Horizons Estates Regeneration Programme, which included 19 major construction projects. This institutional role included the identification of space needs, space massing for the institution, masterplanning, strategic co-ordination of strategic projects to meet academic and business requirements, stakeholder co-ordination and the management of change.
She has been involved in building design and particularly in the internal structures and layouts to facilitate learning and link the objectives of non-building projects such as IT infrastructure, business process modernisation and academic infrastructure with the estate to provide data that helps the University achieve its vision through its projects and processes.
She has given a significant number of national and international presentations, seminars, reports, book contributions and papers on learning space design, technology rich learning spaces, master planning, project management and change management in academic environments.
Selected Earlier publications (pre-2008)