Dawn Willoughby

Lecturer in International Business and Strategy (Adjunct Faculty)

Dawn Willoughby

Dawn Willoughby

International Business and Strategy
By area: statistics, information technology and computer science
Whiteknights
d.a.willoughby@reading.ac.uk
+44 (0) 118 378 5017

Biography

Dawn Willoughby has been a lecturer since 2005 and currently teaches a range of modules in statistics, information technology and computer science for foundation students and undergraduates in the Henley Business School, Mathematics, Systems Engineering, and Psychology and for the International Foundation Programme.

She is a qualified Mathematics teacher with a degree in Statistics and Computer Science. Outside of the lecture theatre, Dawn is involved in a variety of projects linked to teaching and learning and she is currently writing her second text book for undergraduates.

Module convenor for Human Computer Interaction and Applications, an undergraduate Part 2 module in the School of Systems Engineering.

Module co-convenor for Business Statistics, an undergraduate Part 1 module in the Henley Business School.

Publications:

Willoughby, D. (2014) IFP student skills in data collection, analysis and presentation. Inform 13 4-5, Reading.

Rogers, L., and Willoughby, D. (2013) Numbers: Data and statistics for the non-specialist. Collins, London.