The School of Applied Computing is delighted to report that Dr Carlene Campbell has been made a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy at the recent meeting of its Recognition Panel.
Dr Campbell joined UWTSD in 2013 as Lecturer in Computer Networks. Her main interests are Computer Networks, Wireless Networks and Security, and she is currently supervising several full-time PhD, Masters and undergraduate students.
Hailing originally from the Caribbean, Dr Campbell took her undergraduate degree at the University of Technology, Jamaica, before coming to the UK for her Masters. She studied for a doctorate at Middlesex University, following which she lectured at Brunel and Coventry Universities.
Actively engaged in research, she has written a number of top-ranked journal papers and is Research Co-ordinator for SoAC’s Computer Networks and Communications Research Group. As well as editing and reviewing a number of scientific and professional journals, Dr Campbell is also a CISCO Certified Academy Instructor (CCAI) with technical expertise in Computer Networks and Communications.
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