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Dr Sabine Bohnacker-Bruce is Head of Quality for the Faculty of Business, Law and Digital Technologies. As Co-Chair of the Faculty Academic Development Committee she represents the faculty on several university committees and working groups.

Sabine has worked in Higher Education since 2008, initially combining doctoral research with part-time roles in educational development, most recently as Senior Learning and Teaching Fellow. She has also held academic development roles in the Department of Curriculum and Quality Enhancement at the University of Portsmouth and the Solent Learning and Teaching Institute at Solent University. She has a Postgraduate Diploma in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

As a lecturer in Business Management, she teaches Business Ethics, Responsible Management and Business Research Methods, drawing on expertise from her PhD research in the field of Interreligious Studies, an MA in Philosophy and Religion (Ethics) and a Postgraduate Certificate in Research Skills.

In her previous professional career, Sabine worked in marketing, communications and project management roles in various commercial organisations, following an undergraduate degree in Marketing and Advertising Technology from the ‘Hochschule der Medien’ in Stuttgart (Germany).


Bohnacker-Bruce, Sabine (2019) ‘Undergraduate students as partners in academic research: The Winchester Research Apprenticeship Programme’ in The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change, Vol. 5 (1).

Bohnacker-Bruce, Sabine (2018) ‘Assessment by Pecha Kucha 20x20: A case study’ in Dialogue 2017/18, pp85-92.

Bohnacker-Bruce, Sabine (2013) ‘Effective feedback: The student perspective’ in Capture, Vol. 4 (2013), pp25-36.

Bohnacker-Bruce, Sabine (2011) ‘What is effective feedback? The academic perspective’ in Capture Vol. 3 (2011), pp7-16.

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