Doug Rouxel

Senior Lecturer

Digital, Tech, Innovation & Business

I have been a teacher in Music and Sound for 18 years across both Further and Higher Education. My areas of teaching over that period have been many and varied and I have supervised many students in their dissertations. I have taken the lead in developing the overall provision in music and sound at the university for the last few years, and enjoy the process of course development.

Professional memberships and activities

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Academic qualifications

  • MA Interdisciplinary Arts Practice (Sound Art)
  • BSc Music Technology


Teaching, course development and management.

Research interests

The experience of sound and noise as an aesthetic experience, the capturing of sound scapes as a documentary practice.


I teach right across the Music and Sound provision covering both technical, practical, creative and academic areas of study.


ROUXEL, Douglas (2015) Dancing in plain sight. In: Further Education and the Twelve Dancing Princesses. Institute of Education Press/Trentham Books, London, pp. 131-137. ISBN 978-1-85856-640-5

External profiles

in the UK for Quality Education

Sustainable Development Goal 4, Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2023

for Career Prospects

Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2023

for Facilities

Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2023

for Social Inclusion

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023

of Research Impact is ‘Outstanding’ or ‘Very Considerable’

Research Excellence Framework 2021

of Research is “Internationally Excellent” or “World Leading”

Research Excellence Framework 2021

Four Star Rating

QS Star Ratings 2021