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Scott  Burnet

Scott Burnet

Senior Lecturer

School of Sport, Health and Social Sciences

023 8201 3692 ext. 3692 Room no. RM213


Scott is a senior lecturer in sport and exercise physiology. He graduated from the University of Portsmouth in 2000 with a BSc (Hons) in sports science. Upon graduating, Scott worked at the University of Winchester for five years as the laboratory technician to the sports studies department. While there, he successfully completed a part-time master's degree in sport and exercise physiology which enabled him to incorporate part-time lecturing into his job role.

Since 2005, Scott has worked at Thames Valley University; Queen Mary’s University, London; and London Metropolitan University in either a technical or academic context. In 2008 Scott joined the health, exercise and sports science team at Solent University as a lecturer in research methods and physiology. He currently teaches first year physiology, second year research methods (which was voted one of the most popular units within the school) and third year physiology and sports science support units.

In support of his teaching, Scott completed his postgraduate certificate in learning and teaching in higher education at Thames Valley University and is currently investigating the quantitative methods provision on sport and exercise science courses within the UK as part of his PhD. Scott is also the Level 4 tutor for the BSc (Hons) Applied Sports Science and BSc (Hons) Sports Coaching courses.

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