Olaide Phillips is the principal lecturer in psychology at the School of Social Sciences and Professions.
Olaide graduated from Brunel University, where she obtained a BSc (Hons) in Psychology, where her dissertation concentrated on the acculturation of West African students in Higher Education. Subsequently, she earned an MSc in the Psychology of Education from the Institute of Education at University College London (UCL), where her research centred on the autistic traits and learning styles of engineering students. More recently, Olaide completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education at London Metropolitan University.
Olaide leads and lectures on modules on developmental psychology, psychological research methods, skill-based practice and equity, diversity and inclusion in psychology.
Principal Lecturer in Psychology