Our Self Assessment Team (SAT)
From October 2022 the SAT comprised 11 males and 19 females, broadly representing the SCMH community. The large SAT demonstrates the high level of enthusiasm and extent to which AS work is viewed as important within SCMH.
|Dr Lorraine Work||Dr Scott MacKenzie|
Our SAT is divided into four subcommittees, each with a defined lead, with specific tasks broadly relating to Website and Dissemination, Human Resources, Students and Parental Policy and Career Development.
|Human Resources||Career Development||Website/Dissemination||Social, Student & Parental policy|
|Dr Paul Welsh (Lead)||Prof Will Fuller (Lead)||Dr Rachel Myles (Lead)||Dr Lorraine Work (Lead)|
|Dr Robert Lindsay||Prof Patrick Mark||Prof Tom Van Agtmael||Dr Scott MacKenzie|
|Ms Keilly Macdonald||Ms Emma Dunning||Prof Colin Berry||Ms Eleanor Dickson-Murray|
|Ms Eileen Brand||Ms Jillian Blair||Ms Tracy McArthur||Ms Nicola Gilroy|
|Dr Angela Lucas-Herald||Dr Josie Fullerton||Dr Erin Higgins||Dr Lesley Graham|
|Ms Sara Baumert||Dr Alyson Miller||Ms Katie Sutherland||Ms Gabbie Gerganova|
|Prof Godfrey Smith||Prof Stuart Gray|
|Dr Laura Dowsett|
|Dr Paul Welsh|
|Dr Alex Riddell|
|Dr Fiona Leiper|
|Also in Attendance|
|Head of School - Prof Christian Delles|
|Race equality champion – Dr Sheon Samji|
|Disability champion – Dr Martin McBride|
|LGBTQ+ champion – Ms Sara Baumert|
Recruitment to the SAT is voluntary to ensure buy-in of enthusiastic staff. Members are refreshed via open forum invites, scientific steering committee, networks, and the newsletter. All career tracks are represented, including Management, Professional & Administrative and technical staff, to help better respond to career development needs and equality issues for all Professional and Support staff.