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Christine Straker

My subject specialism is in data analytics which I teach at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. I also manage the information systems subject group who cover a wide range of topics within the computing department. Externally I work closely with SAS ensuring our students have the right competencies to find good employment in the analytics area.

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Dr Tom Payne

Senior Lecturer in Performance Studies, Joint Recruitment Lead (BA Acting and Performance), Social Media Lead (BA Acting and Performance)

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Susannah Gent

Susannah is a senior lecturer teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in writing, directing and art direction

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Graham Eyre

Following a 15 year career in Business and Industry, moved into academia to pursue interests in how technology should best be used in organisations, including its impact on staff as well as the organisation itself

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Michelle Atherton

Senior Lecturer Fine Art

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Nick Dulake

I am a senior industrial designer at Design Futures and have extensive experience in production design for industry, taking many products through from concept design to production

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Frances Slack

Research Methods is my main teaching area and I have supervised many Masters dissertations over 20 years. I have also taught Interaction Design, Law, the Internet and Society, and Advanced Learning and Study Skills

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Teresa Brunsdon

Teresa delivers modules on our MSc Big Data Analytics. She recently stepped down as the course leader for that MSc to launch a new undergraduate degree in BSc (Honours) in Data Science. She now has the role as course leader of this new and exciting degree route

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Christopher Roast

Chris has worked in a variety of areas oriented to practical and applied research within computing and interaction design. He enjoys in the inherently cross-disciplinary nature of digital device and service design, and how digital technology can mediate the transition from users who are unfamiliar with a technology to users who effectively benefit from it.

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