London Faculty Directory
Director of London Campus
Dr Lucie Pollard
Lucie Pollard has over 20 years of experience in Higher Education, joining the University of Greenwich as a junior lecturer in Human Nutrition in 1998. Lucie’s work has focused on delivery of innovative teaching and learning.
Lucie is keen to understand how culture influence students’ sense of belonging and ultimately success at university and has recently co-authored a book entiltled Cultural Journeys in Higher Education.
Project Management Programme Leader
Dr Evi Viza
Evi is Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineer with focus on Quality Management and Continuous Improvement. She is a Chartered Quality Professional from the Chartered Quality Institute, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and a member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology. She has a diverse engineering background with project management and Six Sigma applied knowledge in the industry and research.
Her research is centred on applying operations management, quality improvement and lean principles to solve industry problems as well as how they apply to the work of craft groups and in the cottage industry particularly in low resource economies.
Associate Lecturer Project Management
Dr Chimaobi Alutu
Experienced Associate with a demonstrated history of working in the environmental services industry. Skilled in Aspen Plus, Time Management, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Aspen HYSYS, and Energy. Strong professional with a Doctor of Philosophy – PhD focused in Engineering and Computing from University of the West of Scotland.
Head of Division
Dr Michele Cano
Michele is Head of the Division of Engineering. She is a mechanical and manufacturing engineer specialising in quality engineering with over 20 years’ experience within multidisciplinary environments. Her research interests include lean manufacturing, quality and project management. Her specialist areas of teaching include compliance and quality systems as well as lean manufacturing and lean six sigma. Michele has delivered academic and training programmes in quality and lean manufacturing world-wide including, Hong Kong, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Russia. She is a reviewer for The TQM Journal, the Journal of Cleaner Production and the International Journal for Six Sigma and Competitive Advantage, and sits on the scientific committees for three international conferences in the field of Quality. She is currently an external examiner for The University of Portsmouth.
Michele’s work with industry is in the areas of quality management, lean manufacturing, Lean Six Sigma and project management and includes delivering training, consultancy and Knowledge transfer to organisations including Aggreko and Diageo.
Lecturer Project Management
Dr Hazhar M Faris
Hazhar is a civil engineer specialising in construction project management. He has a diverse background in engineering and project management in the industry and research. His research interests include project planning, procurement, project collaboration, construction management and building performance. Before joining UWS, he was a teaching fellow in construction project management at the University of Portsmouth. Additionally, he has experience working as a construction site manager and construction site engineer in the Middle East.
Senior Lecturer Project Management
Dr Mohamed Abdel-Wahab
Mohamed is a fellow member of the UK Higher Education Academy. He is passionate about applied research projects to support the digital transformation of the construction industry for enhancing both training and practice.
His portfolio of applied research is in excess of £500,000+ which was funded by various organisations, such as: CITB, Morrison Construction (Galliford Try), Thomson Bethune, Scottish Government, European Regional Development Fund, UK Commission for Employment and Skills, Skills Development Scotland, Energy Skills Partnership, and Scottish Funding Council. His research won a number of industry awards, such as: 2-CIOB awards, namely: Premier award in the Digital Innovation category; and Highly Commended award in the Innovation in Education & Training category. Recently, his collaborative project on VR for H&S training was a finalist in the Water Industry Awards 2018 and featured in industry press.
Senior Lecturer, London Business and Creative Industries
Peter has been employed at UWS for over 28 years in a variety of lecturer and programme leader roles, covering several key subject areas.
He is responsible for the overseeing of the London Operations on behalf of the School of Business and Creative Industries. He is also programme Leader for the BA (Hons) International Business programme which is the main undergraduate degree programme on the London campus.
His current teaching area is mainly Data Analysis and Professional Development, but he also lectures in Scottish Diversity within a Global World and General Business. His research area is primarily looking at leadership and management from a programme leader perspective and he is currently in the research stage of his DBA thesis.
Over the years he has provided consultancy to several organisations in areas such as quality systems development, statistics and general business.
He sits on various committees within UWS including the BCI School Board, University Regulations Committee, University Academic Quality Group and Senate Disciplinary Committee.
Education Guidance Advisor Business and Creative Industries
Ellen is the Education Guidance Adviser for BCI programmes at the London campus. She joined UWS in August 2020 and prior to this was a Lecturer in English at the University of Hull and an Associate Lecturer at the University of Lincoln.
Throughout her career, she has been involved in student experience and employability initiatives. Her role is to provide academic and pastoral support to students to make sure they are able to progress and succeed in their studies. You can come to Ellen if you have any concerns about your ability to progress or succeed in your studies and she can help find a solution that works for you.
She can give advice on modules and the amount of credit needed to progress, as well as issues like funding and study skills, and can arrange support from our available services if you have questions about study skills, careers or wellbeing etc.
She is here to make sure you engage with your programme and modules and help you if there are issues affecting your attendance, and to support you at every stage of your programme from enrolment to graduation.
Lecturer Business and Creative Industries
Dr Selman Tetik
Dr Tetik received his PhD in management from Fatih University in 2016. Since 2012, He has been delivering Business and Management modules at Higher Education. He started his career in Turkey as research assistant and then held lecturer position in 2012. He worked for one and half years in Nigeria as Senior lecturer. Prior to joining the UWS as a Lecturer, he delivered business and management modules at Brunel University London as HPL and at Scholars School System (Leeds Trinity University) as Business lecturer.
His research focus is on the Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour. More particularly, talent management, employee engagement and human capital are the topics of my research. His other interests include emotional intelligence, team creativity and team performance.
Programme Leader International Foundation Programme, Lecturer Business and Creative Industries
Dr Lakhbir Singh
Dr Lakhbir Singh is a Lecturer in Business and Management. His teaching interests are around Marketing, Research Methods and Management modules. Prior to joining UWS he was a Lecturer in Business and Management at the University of Derby and an Associate Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University.
Lakhbir completed his PhD at the University of Derby in 2017. His research looked at the issue of trust before, during and after the financial crisis incorporating Cultural Theory and Marketing theory. Lakhbir’s research interests include the concept of trust, financial crisis and cultural theory. Currently he is collaborating with his PhD supervisor on a GCRF research project, external to the university, that is looking at trust within the local population of Jamaica after a hurricane.
In terms of supervision, Lakhbir has extensive experience of supervising undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations. He has led and taught research methods to postgraduate students both in the UK and overseas including experience of supervising DBA students in the UK and Middle East.
Dr Lakhbir Singh is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and member of the British Academy of Management and the Academy of Marketing.
Lecturer, Health and Life Sciences
Dr Christopher Mafuva
Dr Christopher Mafuva joined the University of the West of Scotland in February 2020 as a Lecturer in Professional Health Studies. Chris formerly worked as a Programme Leader for a collaborative BSc Public Health and Health Promotion course before moving to teach and manage the BSc Health and Social Care Programme. In addition, Chris has had experience as a Visiting Lecturer supervising BSc Health and Social Care dissertations at Level 6. Chris has also effectively delivered the Health Promotion modules through blended learning.
Lecturer, Health and Life Sciences
Dr Eddy Awire
Senior Lecturer, Health and Life Sciences
Dr Joanne Lusher
Dr Joanne M Lusher is the Academic and Professional Lead for Health and Life Sciences (HLS) at UWS London Campus where she is responsible for strengthening interdisciplinary learning across health and social care education. She joined UWS in 2017 after formerly working as a Programme Director for a Professional Doctorate in Health Psychology at London Metropolitan University.
She is a BPS Chartered and HCPC Registered Health Psychologist; Chartered Scientist; Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Jo is also a Registered Applied Psychology Practice Supervisor and the Chief Supervisor/Registrar for BPS Stage 2 training in Health Psychology.
Her research outputs include over 70 international peer reviewed papers and books. Jo was nominated for a Student-Led Teaching Award in 2012 and a University Teaching Fellowship (UTF) was awarded to her in 2016. In 2020 Jo was awarded a Learning and Teaching Enhancement Fund (LTEF) grant for a project entitled ‘Improving students’ understanding and use of assessment feedback’. Her most recent research focuses on the impact of COVID-19 on mental health.
She is part of the Mental Health and Wellbeing Study Group who are now working in collaboration with the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) research institute at the University of Washington. Jo has been teaching university students across more than 60 modules and a dozen programmes from foundation to doctoral level in the health and social sciences field for over 20 years.
Programme Leader MBA Pathway Programmes, Business and Creative Industries
Dr Melissa Kerr
Dr Melissa Kerr is lecture in the School of Business and Creative Industries. She has worked as a lecturer in Higher education on both undergraduate and postgraduate business course in universities in both Australia. Her areas of research and teaching include change management, HRM, organisational behaviour, strategic management and labour history. She completed my PhD at the University of Sydney in 2012. Her research examined the examined the impact of public employment services on labour market outcomes.
Lecturer, Business and Creative Industries
Dr Claire English
Dr Claire English has a PhD in Management Studies from the University of Leicester, and an MSc Gender, Development and Globalisation at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
She has previously taught at both undergraduate and masters level on subjects including Human Resource Management, Organisational Learning and Organisational Behaviour at Queen Mary University of London, and Business Research Skills at Kings College London. Claire was employed as a Research Associate at the London School of Economics and Political Science as part of the Commission into Gender, Inequality and Power, her work focussing on questions of social inequality and work-life balance. Prior to her academic career Claire worked in the NGO sector, working as an Event Coordinator, Operations Assistant and HR Officer at numerous charities across London.
Her current research follows the serious issues with childcare provision in the UK, in particular the rapid closures of private nurseries as a result of the Covid-19 epidemic and she is thinking and acting collectively with other parents, childcare workers and academics to formulate a response to this impending crisis.
Programme Leader Education Studies
- Masters in Education Studies (with pathways) level 11
- PGDE Programme (SCQF levels 10-11)
- Teacher Education, BA(hons) programme (levels 7-10)
Currently engaged in PhD study into Teacher professional learning communities (PLCs) which are frequently presented as a mechanism for enhancing professional knowledge and capacity in teachers. Significant research evidence has been generated to support this view (Cordingley et al. 2005; Stoll et al. 2006, 2007; Edwards, 2012). Collaborative observational practices such as Learning Rounds, Learning Triads or Learning Walks are increasingly advocated in education and other professions as a means of supporting home-grown professional learning situated in the workplace. However, there are conflicting arguments in this debate (see Dooner et. al.(2008); Fendler (2011) Servage (2009) and Watson (2014)) and further empirical knowledge is vital to inform practice in this area and generate deeper understanding of the relationships and processes involved in PLCs, and their emergent agentic effects. This study aims to fill that gap.
Head of Division, Education and Social Sciences
Dr Stephen Day
Dr Stephen Day is the Head of the Division of Education. Prior to joining the University in May 2012, he was a secondary school biology teacher. Before entering the teaching profession, Stephen worked on a number of biomedical research projects at the University of Glasgow, based at Glasgow Royal Infirmary within the Departments of Cardiac Surgery and Pathological Biochemistry (now Vascular Biology).
Dr Day received his PhD from the University of Strathclyde in 2010, which focused on the development of pupils’ scientific literacy through socio-scientific discussion using co-operative learning.
Stephen is a Science tutor for PGDE Science within the Division of Education.
Stephen is an active member of the educational research community in Scotland where he was vice-president (2015 – 2017) and president (2017 – 2019) of the Scottish Educational Research Association. In addition, he is a member of the British Educational Research Association where he is an active member of the Science Education special interest groups as well as being a member of the Association for Science Education.
My main area of research focuses on quantitative and qualitative research in Teacher Education with a specific interest in Science Education.
Dr Jayakumar Chinnasamy is a Lecturer in Education, at the School of Education and Social Sciences. Prior to joining the University in May 2022, he served as a Lecturer in Business, in countries like India, Bhutan, Bahrain, and the UK. Jayakumar has teaching experience in areas like Education and Business Management and has taught and supervised students at various levels including UG, PG, and Life-Long Learning. Jayakumar has around 22 years of experience in both academics and industry. Dr Chinnasamy received his PhD from the University of the West of Scotland in 2022, which focussed on the “Educators’ perspectives of internationalisation in Scottish higher education: culture, identity, and constructions of Scottishness”. Jayakumar is an active member of the Scottish Educational Research Association (SERA), the British Educational Research Association (BERA), and the European Society for Research on the Education of Adults (ESREA). Jayakumar‘s teaching interests include – educational research, critical issues in education, global and comparative perspectives of education, curriculum development, and innovations in education. Jayakumar’s desired research interests include – Internationalisation in HE; Cosmopolitanism; Culture; National identity; Branding in HE; Cross-disciplinary research in HE; Sustainable development policies and practices in education; Adult education and life-long learning; international collaborative research both academic and non-academic (NGOs).
MBA Supervisor, School of Business and Creative Industries
Dr Naser Valaei is an MBA Supervisor at School of Business and Creative Industries, University of the West of Scotland, London, UK. He is Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing in Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University, and a visiting professor at KEDGE Business School, France. Previously he was Postdoctoral Researcher in Digital Marketing at KEDGE Business School, Bordeaux, France and Assistant Professor in Marketing at Department of Marketing, Sunway University Business School, Sunway University, Malaysia. His research has been published in several journals such as Journal of Business Research, Computers in Human Behavior, Information Technology & People, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, Industrial Management & Data Systems, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, Journal of Retailing & Consumer Services, Business Process Management Journal, Marketing Intelligence & Planning, VINE, the International Review of Retail, Distribution, and Consumer Research, Journal of Relationship Marketing, among others. He is an Associate Editor of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration and sits at the editorial board of Journal of Promotion Management. He also serves as a reviewer to several refereed journals such as Computers in Human Behavior, Journal of Business Research, Technovation, Information Technology & People, and Tourism Management. Dr Naser has research interests in marketing and digital marketing and would welcome inquiries for doctoral research in these areas.
Dr. Majd has completed his PhD in Marketing and Retailing with focus on omnichannel customer experience from Loughborough University, UK. He was awarded a full studentship to complete his PhD. Prior to joining UWS, Dr. Majd has worked as an Assistant Professor in Digital Marketing at Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Jordan. Likewise, he worked as a University Teacher at Loughborough University, UK. Between September 2021 and March 2022, Dr. Majd served as Head of Department of E-Markteting and Social Media at PSUT before joining UWS. Likewise, Dr. Majd was involved in several collaborative projects with various companies such as Cisco and Diamonds Private Free Zone. Over the past two years, Dr. Majd served as an external consultant (Digital Marketing and Retailing) for various companies in Jordan. Qualifications: Dr. Majd holds a PhD in Digital Marketing and Retailing, a Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management with focus on innovation and family firms, and a Bachelor of Engineering (Engineering Management) Loughborough University, UK. Professional qualifications, Dr. Majd is a fellow of the UK Higher Education (FHEA) and a Green Belt Lean Six Sigma. He is also a certified Omnichannel marketing advisor accredited by MediaMath. Memberships: Majd is an Incorporated Engineer and a member of Jordanian Engineers Association.
Lecturer, Computer Science
His research interest includes the Smart grid, Smart Cities, Data Science, Machine Learning, Big Data analytics, Internet of Things, Computer Networks and Wireless Communications.
He is currently teaching Computer Network, Programming C++ and Big Data Analytics. Background Ashraf is a Lecturer at the University of West of Scotland, he was a lecturer at University of Reading. He worked as a lecturer at York St Johns University. He was module leader of Internet of Things. He was a Research Associate for the ReFLEX project, funded by the UKRI. He is a multidisciplinary approach aided by his Master degrees in Computer Science as well as Statistics. Diverse experience including 15 years industry/professional experience to support Higher Education teaching and research. Current research focuses on Smart Grid, Smart Cities, Computer Networking, Data Science, Internet of Things. Skilled in supporting learning in different contexts.
Ashraf obtained his PhD in Computer Science in 2019 from the University of Bedfordshire, UK, where he worked on the Smart Grid. He has a number of publications. His research was on designing the demand response pricing model by using simultaneous perturbation stochastic approximation in the Smart Grid. From 2015 to 2021, he worked as a Lecturer at the University of Bedfordshire. Prior to that, between 2004 and 2014, he worked as a Head of Student Services and IT Manager at ICON College of Technology and Management. Over the period of time, he also served as an IT Consultant at IT Anywhere which provides smart hardware and software solutions. Academic qualifications 2019 PhD in Computer Science, University of Bedfordshire 2006 MSc in Computer Science, University of East London 2003 Master of Information Technology, Charles Stuart University 1999 Master of Statistics, University of Dhaka 1991 BSc in Mathematics and Physics, University of Dhaka Professional bodies/affiliations 2017 Fellow of Higher Education Academy 2012 Member of IEEE
Dr. Attahir is a Lecturer in Economics in the School of Business and Creative Industries. Before joining UWS, he held teaching positions at the University of Aberdeen Business School and abroad. Attahir received his PhD in Economics from the University of Aberdeen, he also bags an MSc in Econometrics, MBA in HRM, PGD in NGO Management, Professional Diploma in Education, and a BSc. Economics degree. Attahir is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the Royal Economic and Scottish Economic Societies. Attahir’s research interest spans macroeconomics (especially fiscal policy and growth issues), environmental economics (decoupling growth from the environment, circular economy, etc.), and development issues in the global south. He has published in reputable refereed journals such as Journal of Economic Studies, African Development Review, International Journal of Emerging Markets, International Review of Economics Education, and Environmental Science and Pollution Research among others. Attahir is currently a reviewer for several academic journals including International Economics, Cogent Economics and Finance, Economic Change and Restructuring, International Journal of Emerging Markets, Cogent Social Sciences, and Journal of Economic Studies among others.
I am a Lecturer in Accounting at the School of Business and Creative Industries. I have a PhD in Accounting and Finance. I have taught a range of accounting and finance related subject including statistics and data analysis in numerous higher education institutes such as UCL, Middlesex University, Kingston University before joining University of West of Scotland. I have supervised postgraduate dissertation and managed numerous projects. I currently teach range of accounting and finance related subjects. My Research Interest are Banks Stability, Basel Principles and Benefits, Banking Regulations and Supervisory Mechanism, Corporate Governance, Financial Reporting and Transparency, Sustainable Banking and Finance.
Lecturer, Computer Science
Lecturer in Computer Science UWS London Campus CEPS-School. PhD – Network Security, Machine Learning, Data Science – University of the West of Scotland-UK. MSc Network Systems-University of Sunderland-UK
Lecturer, Project Management
Sona is a lecturer in project management with a background of MSc in Project management specializing in finance and risk. She is a PMP certified from PMI, with over 10 years of experience acting as a head of Project management offices in construction industry in Iran. Her experience includes leading, managing and participating in some high impact projects and portfolios in real estate sector. Her areas of research and teaching include Strategic management and sustainability, Project risk management, Portfolio management and Business strategies, Projects’ Performance Analysis, Change management and Leadership.
I started my higher education first in linguistics and language education. After working with a charitable organisation supporting people with severe learning difficulties, I was drawn into the field of special needs education and inclusive education. I became increasingly interested and motivated to understand and explore ways to improve education particularly for disadvantaged and marginalised children. My academic knowledge and skills are contextualised by an MPhil in Educational Research from the University of Cambridge and a PhD in Education from the University College London Institute of Education. Before joining UWS, I also worked in international education (China and UK) for more than 2 years.
Maaruf joined UWS in August 2022 in the School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences. His previous posts have included various English universities, such as the Defence Academy, Oxford Brookes University and the University of East London. His subjects have included Network Engineering and Mobile Communications. He has over 25 years of teaching experience. He has published over 160 research papers. He is currently the chair of two IEEE and one Springer Conference. His highest level of academic position includes holding the senior position of Vice Dean of Scientific Research (Acting) at the University of Ha’il in Saudi Arabia. His academic, industrial and international teaching experience includes three years in Albania, Saudi Arabia and China as well as a year teaching Vodafone and Motorola Engineers in the UK He obtained his PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from King’s College London, University of London (UK) in 1997 and his first degree in Telecommunications from Queen Mary, University of London in 1989. His research interests are in Computer User Interface, Image Processing and Coding, Location Based Services and Mobile Communications. Maaruf has also examined 23 PhD students. He also successfully co-supervised four PhD students, one as the Director of Studies. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE; Fellow of the IAER, ASDF and Advance HE; Member of the IET, ACM, IAENG and the Internet Society and a Professional Educator (PE) of the American Society for Engineering Educators (ASEE). He is also registered with the Engineering Council and a Chartered Engineer.
Academic, Professional Health Studies
Stephen has been part of the London campus BSc Professional Health Studies team at UWS since 2021, where he is employed as an academic, covering key subject areas in health and social care. Stephen is responsible for module coordination of several modules including Level 8 Fundamentals and Professionalism in Health, Working in Health and Social Care. Level 9 Essentials of Dementia Care and Level 10 Leadership in health and Social Care along with being the workshop lead for the Honours Dissertation module on the London campus. Stephen gained his PhD from Royal Holloway University of London where he researched innovative university teachers from two dual intensive universities using visualisations (drawings). His research interest centres on identity in these liquid uncertain times. Stephen’s research is taking the concept of identity and his creative methodology into the research area of carers and dementia to uncover the experiences of caregivers. Over the years he has taught across various levels of education including state secondary, sixth forms and further education colleges, teaching health and social care, health sciences, and teacher training courses. Stephen has worked in the NHS as a healthcare assistant on busy surgical and medical units and has been a perioperative assistant across different surgical directorates. He was on the Covid-19 triage and vaccination team for NHS Bart’s London. Stephen is a external examiner for the Open University and a volunteer reviewer for the journal of Management in Education, Sage.
Dr. Laurie Walden joined UWS as a Lecturer in Education in 2022 after completing her PhD in Culturally Responsive Pedagogy at the University of Glasgow. She currently teaches Participation and Children’s Rights and Critical Issues Across Education. Laurie previously worked as an Associate Tutor in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow and as an Academic Development Tutor at Glasgow Caledonian University. Prior to arriving in the UK, she taught elementary and middle school for 12 years in the US. Laurie’s primary research interest is around anti-racism and cultural responsiveness with international students. Laurie holds Qualified Teacher Status in England and is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Mostain Belal holds a Ph.D. in logistics and supply chain management from the university of Middlesex, UK. He studied green supply chain management in the UK pharma sector. His research, consulting and teaching interests spans across the logistics, operations and supply chain management related areas. He has teaching and supervision experience across Masters, Undergraduate, vocational and professional level courses. He has also delivered Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship Courses in the UK. He also holds an MBA from the UK and completed his engineering degree from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He has presented various research papers at International Conferences including Production and Operation Management Society (POMS), European Operation Management Association (EurOMA) and British Academy of Management (BAM). His research interest lies in the field of green operations, logistics and supply chain, sustainability, Green Design, Green Manufacturing, Responsible Waste Management, responsible sourcing, Circular economy practices, Industry 4.0 led supply Chain, green pharma logistics and supply chain, product use-and-disposal management, MET (Materials, Energy & Toxicity) assessment of SC, decarbonised & dematerialised SC design.
Lecturer, Masters in Educational Studies
Nidia Aviles Nunez
Nidia Aviles Nunez joined the University of West of Scotland in September 2022 as a Lecturer in the Masters in Educational Studies (MEd) at the London Campus. She has worked as a lecturer in Higher Education on both undergraduate and postgraduate education courses at the University of Bristol and Bath Spa University. Her background in the field of education started in her native country, Dominican Republic where she worked from early 2011 as a primary school teacher. Nidia has contributed to a number of research projects that include an upcoming UNESCO publication Decolonising Teacher Professionalism: Foregrounding the Perspective of Teachers in the Global South, a background paper prepared for the UNESCO Futures of Teaching Initiative as well as an INEE (Project for Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies) publication focused on examining the impact of the COVID-19 school closures in children and young people in crisis-affected contexts. In addition, alongside Dr. Janet Orchard and Jez Butler she assisted in the creation of the Re-humanising Teacher Education website. Nidia’s research has been based on the field of comparative and international studies with areas of interests such as sustainable education, teacher governance, inclusion, policy analysis, discourses, teacher professionalism and quality, teacher wellbeing, biopolitics and governmentality. Together with this, as a doctoral researcher she examined ‘Discourses of teacher wellbeing in the Dominican Republic’, which included analysis of political discourse through policy actor interviews and policy documents, as well as interviews with Dominican primary teachers regarding the influence of the Dominican educational policy agenda.
Lecturer and Researcher
Accounting Lecturer and Researcher at University of the West of Scotland London Campus. Prior to joining UWS, as a Chartered Accountant worked with BBC Professional as Assurance and Taxation Partner for 13 years. The area of research includes accounting, finance, corporate and economic development.
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