Careers Service

Staff Profile

Dr Charlotte Warin

Enterprise Adviser (Education)

Background

Background

Charlotte joined Newcastle University Careers Service in September 2016 as an Enterprise Adviser (Education) and leads on the development and delivery of entrepreneurial skills programmes across the Faculty of Medical Sciences and the Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering.

Charlotte previously spent 7 years at the University of Huddersfield and has a PhD from the Business School.  Her thesis title is "Institutionalising Responsible Management Education: an investigation into UK business schools". 

Charlotte has worked in a variety of positions within industry including manager of a photo development shop and fitness instructor.

Role and Responsibilities

Charlotte is an Enterprise Adviser at Newcastle University specialising in enterprise education for the STEM discipline.  She provides interactive workshops and sessions with the aim of making enterprise skills and an entrepreneurial mind-set relevant and applicable to all students, helping with employability

Charlotte works closely with academic and careers staff across all disciplines and programmes in FMS and SAgE to embed enterprise and entrepreneurship training and development within core programmes and to facilitate extra curricular awareness raising workshops for students.  

Qualifications

PhD 2017

Certificate in Business Research Methods 2014

BA (Hons) First Class Business Management Sandwich Degree 2013

Chartered Management Institute Qualification Level 6 2013



Research

Research Interests

Responsible Management Education, responsibility, sustainability and ethics, corporate social responsibility, strategy and communications.

Current Research

Pedagogical perspectives into enterprise education



Teaching

Previous Teaching

Business Responsibility and Sustainability

Contemporary Issues in Business

Current Teaching

NCL2100 - Developing Enterprise, Entrepreneurship and Employability

NCL3100 - Applied Entrepreneurship

Publications