Dr Kamena Henshaw is a lecturer in psychology.  She joined the UEA in September 2007 as an associate tutor for the BSc in psychology programme and won a UEA teaching studentship in October 2009 to carry out her PhD research.  She was appointed as a lecturer in September 2012 and was awarded her PhD in February 2014.   Dr Henshaw became a chartered member (CPsychol) of the BPS in April 2014 and is also a member of the BPS Division for Teachers and Researchers in Psychology.  In September 2017, she achieved the status of Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. 

“I really enjoy teaching at the University of East Anglia and love the atmosphere on campus.  I feel lucky to be part of an excellent teaching team, which places great emphasis on the student experience, alongside the importance of research and community engagement.  I believe psychology is an amazing subject to study and I strive to ensure my teaching is always interactive and engaging by constantly evaluating my methods and approach.  With my research, I am very interested in applying psychological knowledge to real life settings, both in relation to everyday family life and in relation to the student experience.  I am currently exploring the role of social media in everyday life and the ways in which it can help and hinder our psychological health and wellbeing.”

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