Lieke Schreel (1970) studied Medieval Studies at Utrecht University, specialising in Medieval Dutch Literature and Medieval History. Following her graduation in 1995 she moved to Ireland where she took up the position of Dutch Lector at Trinity College Dublin. In 2000 she returned to the Netherlands where she started work at University College Utrecht changing roles from tutor-teacher to Registrar and Curriculum Manager over a period of nine years. During that time she deepened her knowledge of Educational Science at Utrecht University and took part in the prestigious Educational Leadership Programme offered by the Center of Excellence in University Teaching, at the same university. In 2009 she joined Leiden University at Campus The Hague to develop and set up Leiden University College The Hague. As the first fully dedicated employee for LUC she designed the curriculum, prepared for the accreditation process and subsequently served as the founding Educational Director following the opening of LUC in 2010. In 2011 she started at the Facultybureau of the newly founded Faculty Campus The Hague, working in teaching innovation, new programmes, quality management, teacher professionalisation, general educational policy as well as research policy.
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