John-Paul is a third year BA (Hons) Journalism student at the University of Lincoln, specialising in Radio and Print.

Since the start of his studies, John-Paul has been an active and engaged member of the University community.

Within the first month, John-Paul was elected Level One Course Representative on the BA (Hons) Journalism programme by fellow students and became an ambassador for the programme at Open Days and Applicant Days, talking and working with prospective students and their parents about the programme, the University and the city.

Since then, John-Paul was elected in 2014 as the School of Journalism (later School of English and Journalism) Representative for the 2014/15 academic year in the University of Lincoln Students’ Union where he represented students across eight undergraduate and many more postgraduate programmes through different projects and activities which actively promoted the student voice.

Currently the College of Arts Officer for the 2015/16 academic year in the Students’ Union, John-Paul guides and supports five School Reps, representing nearly 3,900 students in the college on committees and in the wider University community as well as working on projects to improve the student experience.

Alongside his studies as well, John-Paul is currently taking part in the University’s Staff Student Insight Scheme which sees him partnered with the Director of the Educational Development and Enhancement Unit (EDEU). This opportunity will give him insight into the work of EDEU and how it is run but also to give a student perspective on the unit’s work.

In June 2016, John-Paul will take office as Vice-President Academic Affairs within the University of Lincoln Students Union, following successful election in February this year.

Outside of student voice wrork, John-Paul is also the Online and Technical Manager at Siren FM, Lincoln’s first community radio station and has undertaken a placement at BBC Radio Lincolnshire as a Broadcast Assistant.


RADIO Siren FM - City Vibe (Reporter/Presenter // October 2015 - April 2016)

As part of the third year 'Multiplatform Journalism: Radio major' module on the BA (Hons) Journalism course, I created packages and presented on our bi-weekly programme called City Vibe on Siren FM, Lincoln's first community radio station.

RADIO Siren FM

I have produced other packages and interviews throughout my time at Siren FM, including sourcing stories/content/interviews, editing and presenting.

Interview about St Barnabas Christmas Tree collection

Interview with the Mayor of Lincoln

Interview about volunteering

Article 4 Wrap

I have filmed, produced and edited videos on a freelance and voluntary basis for a number of groups and organisations.

Legal Minds: Alan Hardwick - Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner
University of Lincoln Law Society

January 2016

Post guest lecture interview with Alan Hardwick, Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner, who shared his thoughts on legal education, careers in law and the role of the law following his guest lecture as part of the University of Lincoln Law Society's Legal Minds series. My role was to interview, film and edit the video for the society.

Lincoln Orpheus Male Voice Choir and Chapel-en-le-Firth Male Voice Choir joint concert

June 2015

I was asked to film a join concert of two male voice choirs in Lincoln with multiple camera angles at the start, edit and publish the video with graphics.

Lincoln Choral Society Summer Concert

June 2015

For the 2015 summer concert for the Lincoln Choral Society, they want it to be recorded for use around the choir and other uses too.

Lord Victor Adebowale's #onefreeminute
University of Lincoln

June 2015

On behalf of the University of Lincoln's Communications, Development and Marketing department, I recorded Lord Victor Adebowale's (Chancellor of the University) "what freedom means to you" clip for the #onefreeminute campaign.

Lord Adebowale takes over the Siren 107.3 airwaves
Siren FM

June 2015

Award-winning comedian, Reginald D Hunter, one of the UK’s most distinguished barristers, Baroness Helena Kennedy and Broadcaster & Visiting Professor, Angela Rippon join the Chancellor of The University of Lincoln, Lord Victor Adebowale as he takes over the Siren FM airwaves on Friday 5th June 2015. Produced by Andrew Wilson-David and Ed Wellman. Filmed and edited by John-Paul Dickie. With thanks to the University of Lincoln's Communications, Development and Marketing department.

Lincoln Orpheus Male Voice Choir and Chapel-en-le-Firth Male Voice Choir joint concert

June 2015

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