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Mrs Helyn Gould

Deputy Associate Principal

Management Science

Personal statement

As Deputy Associate Principal for Learning Teaching I support the Principal and Vice Principal in delivering our institutional priorities in Education, Learning and Teaching.

I am also the Director of Admissions and Curriculum Development within Strathclyde Business School.


Educating responsible managers today for the global challenges of tomorrow
Davidson Laura, Gould Helyn, Court Catherine
Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRMEInspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME, (2014)
The narrative event diagram : a tool for designing professional simulations
Gould Helyn, Hughes Michael, Maharg Paul, Nicol Emma
Digital Simulations for Improving EducationDigital Simulations for Improving Education, (2008)
SIMulated Professional Learning Environment (SIMPLE) : Programme Final Report
Hughes Michael, Gould Helyn, McKellar Patricia, Maharg Paul, Nicol Emma
Laptops for students: understanding and evaluating the drivers for change
Coen M.J., Gould Helyn, Henderson B.
Journal of Organisational Transformation and Social Change Vol 4, pp. 39-55, (2007)
Developing the reflective practitioner - designing an undergraduate class
Belton V., Scott J., Gould H
Group Decision and Negotiation Vol 36, pp. 150-164, (2006)
A student learning environment without the overhead? Reviewing costs and benefits of CAL within a manufacturing course
Ball Peter D., Thornbury Helyn E
International Journal of Engineering Education Vol 20, pp. 713-725, (2004)

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I currently teach the Making Strategy class in the MBA programme on both our UK and international pathways. Until 2014 I was involved in teaching in the Management Science department, where I began lecturing in 1997.

Research interests

I joined the University in 1992 and was originally a project manager on a range of educational technology projects within the University until 2007, when I changed focus to programme management within the faculty. My publications relate to the education field, focusing on the areas of educational technology and innovative teaching methods.


Students as Partners in Learning Enhancement
Bonnar, Elizabeth (Academic) Willison, Debra (Academic) McLaren, Andrew (Academic) Thomson, Avril (Academic) Gould, Helyn (Academic) Thomson, Linda (Academic)
HEA funded workshop (£750) on working in partnership with students on a range of learning enhancement projects.
Period 05-Mar-2014 - 05-Mar-2014

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