Teesside University Business School
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Andrew Cree

Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management

About Andrew Cree

Up to speed and down to earth teaching at Teesside University since 1994.

I currently teach the following modules:

Managing and Developing Talent (first year undergraduate)
Current Issues in Business Ethics and CSR (final year undergraduate)
Resilient HRM in Context (post-graduate module on MA HRM).
Human Resource Planning (postgraduate module on MA HRM)
Managing People in Organisations (post-graduate module on MSc Management).

Each year I supervise a dozen or so dissertation students - over the last 23 years I have supervised around 270 or so dissertations.
Teaching Awards:
2009: Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Roll of Honour (Tees Valley Branch) the citation read “For his professional and innovative contribution to high quality teaching in Human Resources”.
2005: University of Teesside Rewarding Excellence Award. I received one of only 25 awards made across the University.
Work History:
Since 1994: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Teesside Business School, University of Teesside. 
Between 1990-1993, I was a Personnel and Training Officer at Lucas Diesel Systems, Gillingham, Kent.
Prior to going to University as an undergraduate in 1986, I spent 3 years as a clerical officer in the Civil Service in Central London.
Chartered MCIPD. (No: 00390564). Full corporate chartered member. (I have been a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development for 30 years having joined the old Institute of Personnel Management (IPM) at the age of 19 / 20 when I was a part-time evening student on the IPM stage 1 at the College for Distributive Trades in London).
1995 P.G.C.E (Teesside University 1995)
1994 MSc Media & Communications, London School of Economics (fully funded by ESRC)
1990 MSc (Econ) Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, London School of Economics (professional stream) (fully funded by ESRC)
1989 BA (Hons) Industrial Relations & Politics (First Class and Social Science Prize), University of Kent at Canterbury
1986 Institute of Personnel and Management Stage 1 (evening student) (College for the Distributive Trades)