- Dr Kelly Hemmings
- Senior Lecturer in Ecology and Agro-ecosystems
- Programme Manager for Wildlife and Countryside Management BSc (Hons) (top-up)
- Programme manager for FdSc British Wildlife Conservation
- Academic Quality and Standards Committee representative
- Link tutor Capel Manor College
- Botanical Society of the British Isles
- British Ecological Society
- Gloucestershire Naturalists Society
- Gloucestershire Countryside Management Association
- Qualified Teacher Status
- Lecturer and course manager for geography and environmental science, Cirencester College
- Woodland ecology, fragmentation and edge effects.
- Specific focus on ancient woodland flora and its response to abiotic and geographical variables.
- Woodland conservation and biodiversity at the local to landscape scale.
- Grassland management: impact of bracken control measures on understorey flora.
- Module leaderships:
- Field Ecology
- Wildlife Conservation: principles and practice
- Wildlife Habitat Management
- Conservation Ecology
- Conservation Research Skills
- Ecological consultancy
- Species and environment
- Dissertation supervision
- Grange, I.D. and Swallow, K. (2018) Bracken control in the first year is as good as it gets! Aspects of Applied Biology, 139: 67-73
- Swallow, K. and Goodenough, A. (2017). Double-edged effect? Impact of dual edge proximity on the distribution of ancient woodland indicator plant species in a fragmented habitat. Community Ecology, 18(1), pp.31-36.
- Swallow, K. (2017) Use of a visualiser and multiple screens in a digital classroom. In Peberdy, D. Creating the digital campus: alive learning spaces and technology. pp 117-120. ISBN 9780992790325
- Swallow, K. and Grange, I. (2017) Seasonal constraints or opportunities? Teaching field ecology skills through the academic year. School Farms Network, RAU Cirencester, 30 June – 1 July.
- Smith, M., Grange, I., Masefield, S., Swallow, K. and Wilson, Z. (2016) Effects of different conservation grazing regimes within calcareous grassland on small mammal population. Mammal Society 62 Spring Conference. Staffordshire. 8 April
- Swallow, K. (2015) Phytosociology of ancient woodland indicator species in the Cotswolds. Postgraduate Conference. University of Gloucestershire. 22 June.
- Swallow, K. (2015) Woodland moss species richness in the Cotswolds: a pilot study. Postgraduate Conference. University of Worcester. 26 June
- Swallow, K. (2015) Biodiversity value of ancient woodland flora: not quite as it seems. British Ecological Society Annual Meeting. Edinburgh. 13-16 December