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Dr Sarah Ingle appointed Director of Quality Promotion, DCU
22nd September 2010
Dr Sarah Ingle of DCU Business School has been appointed to the position of Director of Quality Promotion, DCU.
In her new role Sarah will head up DCU's Quality Promotion Unit. The unit plays a key role in implementing the university’s quality promotion agenda. Sarah will have responsibility for the promotion, implementation and further development of the University’s Quality Promotion strategies and procedures, including the provision of an advice and support service to Faculties, Schools, Offices and other academic and administrative units within the university.
Dr Sarah Ingle is Lecturer in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship at DCU
Business School. Her Primary and Masters degrees are in Production
and Industrial Engineering, from TCD and UCD respectively, and she
has worked in Irish industry as a chartered engineer in three
multinational companies. She graduated with a Ph.D. in Strategic
Management from DCU in 2000.
Sarah's research interests include business incubation (policy, management and measurement), and entrepreneurship education. She was awarded a Fulbright Research Scholarship to Arizona State University, USA for the Spring Semester of 2007. In 2006, 2008 and 2009 she was nominated by her final year students for the DCU President's Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Sarah is an Edward de Bono Six Thinking Hats Trainer and a Certified Entrepreneurship Teacher for the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE). Along with her ongoing teaching, research and university activities, she has recently worked in the area of Quality Improvement Projects within DCU Business School.
We wish Sarah well as she takes on this very important function for the University.