I am a Reader in Marine Sciences within Geography, Earth and Environment, an active member of the Centre for Aquatic Environments and Programme Lead for the suite of MRes courses in Environment and Geosciences. I mainly research the impacts of global change (climate change, pollution, anthropogenic degradation) on coastal ecosystems.
My journey to teaching
I had been working for 10 years as an Arctic wilderness guide and was increasingly working in environmental education – I decided that I wanted to study the environment.
During my environmental Masters in Spain, I was offered the chance to do a PhD between Brighton and Estonia, I left my Masters and have been teaching at Brighton ever since.
I love seeing the development of students from when they first arrive to their graduation and beyond, it amazing to be a part of that journey.Continue reading “Meet Dr Raymond Ward”