Mr Mark Clark

Post:Senior Lecturer (Management)
Other posts:Director of Teaching and Learning (foundation Year: Arts and Humanities; Bmec; P (Academic Schools)

Telephone numbers
UK:01273 872917
International:+44 1273 872917
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I have worked as a teacher for over 25 years in various institutions with students at all levels of UK further and higher education. For the past 15 years, I have worked in higher education delivering undergraduate courses in business, hospitality and event, culinary arts and travel/tourism. More recently, I have worked as a teacher and senior lecturer at Sussex University delivering modules in the Business School in the Management department. Subject interests include: leadership,power and influence, business ethics & CSR and organisational behaviour. I'm currently the Director of Teaching and Learning (DTL) for the Central Foundation Year and the Management Lead for Education & Students. 


I joined the University of Sussex in September, 2015, having worked in UK HE & FE for many years. I'm a Senior Lecturer based in University of Sussex Business School (Jub 311) with responsibility for teaching and learning across a range of business and management courses and modules. Teaching includes leadership, power and influence, business ethics & CSR, organisational behaviour as well as the business functions of HR and Marketing.

In addtion, I'm the Management Lead for Education and Students and Director for Teaching and Learning (DTL) for the Central Foundation Years. I co-convene the Central Foundation Year, Business in Society and Business in Action modules and convene the  3rd year module, Influence and Social Power, offered as part of the LEAD programme in Business & Management. 

I am committed to advancing inclusivity in the Business school and the University more widely. Currently, I'm developing a research project examining the BAME attainment gap issue which will involve learning from BAME students about their experiences at Sussex. The intention is to identify the causes of the attainment gap with a view to developing strategies to remedy it.