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Holly Singleton

Holly Singleton

Subject Librarian

I’m a subject librarian for engineering at the Lanchester Library. I love getting students to think critically about the information they find, rather than just telling them where to find it. These skills are becoming increasingly important in our supposed ‘post-truth’ age, and I enjoy challenging this idea through information and digital literacy. When I’m not librarian-ing I can usually be found knitting or enjoying a pint of cider. 

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Emma Meehan

Emma Meehan

Research Fellow

Dr. Emma Meehan is a Research Fellow at Coventry University’s Centre for Dance Research. She received her BA and PhD from the Drama Department, Trinity College, Dublin. Her doctoral thesis focused on how wellbeing and creativity combined in the work of Irish choreographer Joan Davis who works with somatic approaches Authentic Movement and Body Mind Centering. Emma is an associate editor for Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices, and co-convenor of the Performance as Research Working Group at the International Federation for Theatre Research.

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Phil Jones

Phil Jones

Academic Liaison Manager

A qualified information professional (A.K.A. librarian) I am the Academic Liaison Manager at Coventry University’s Lanchester Library so I manage the relationship between the library and the faculties. I’ve an interest in the linked concepts of Information and Digital Literacies, with a passion for encouraging people to think critically about their information and digital needs. 

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Roxani Athousaki

Roxani Athousaki

Lecturer in Aviation Management

Roxani Athousaki is an Aviation Management lecturer at Coventry University teaching and developing material for Airline Marketing, Aviation Strategy and Simulation. She has a BSc Aerospace Engineering, (ERAU, FL Campus), and a MA in International Business and Management, (Westminster University, UK). She worked for the airline and travel and tourism industry and has a special interest in journalism and the social media that resulted in obtaining also a Diploma in Journalism.  In 2014 she has earned the PG Cert in Higher Education with distinction and she is currently undertaking a PhD in Aviation (part time status) at Coventry University.   In the industry, Roxani Athousaki worked for many years as a Marketing and Communications professional, mainly focused in Airline Marketing, Strategic Planning for Corporate and Retail Markets, Exhibition and Incentive Travel Management, Relation Marketing, Loyalty Schemes including FFPs, and Crisis Management for the Tourism Sector.

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Mark Hodds

Mark Hodds

Mathematics Support Lecturer

Dr Mark Hodds completed his undergraduate studies with a BSc (Hons.) in Mathematics and Accounting and Finance at Loughborough University in 2010 before staying at Loughborough to complete his PhD in Mathematics Education on “Improving proof comprehension in undergraduate mathematics” in 2014. He has always enjoyed teaching mathematics to students of all ages and, prior to starting at Coventry University, he completed a PGCE in Secondary Mathematics at the University of Leicester. Mark has been in his current role as sigma Mathematics Support Lecturer since June 2014 and also teaches on the module 101MP – Algebra for first year mathematics students. Alongside this, Mark also takes numeracy sessions for students on nursing courses in the HLS faculty. He is keen to investigate innovative methods of teaching mathematics to help students reach their potential which is reflected in the research he is currently undertaking with the DMLL.

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Tom Gorman

Tom Gorman

Lecturer in Theatre

Tom Gorman is an academic and theatre director currently based at Coventry University. Tom studied English Literature and Language at Queen’s University Belfast before going on to complete a PhD in Theatre at the University of Ulster researching the history of non-naturalistic dramaturgy especially the concept of the ‘play within a play’. In 1990, after working for some time as a freelance actor, Tom co-founded Sightlines Theatre Company, Belfast and worked with them as Artistic Director for six years. During this period he also worked as a freelance actor, writer and director with numerous theatre companies throughout Northern Ireland and as a writer/performer for BBC Radio Ulster. He then studied at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, gaining a PGCE in secondary Drama. From 1997 onwards he worked as Strand Leader in Drama at the University Of Birmingham, moving on to become Course Director of the BA Drama Studies degree at Bath Spa University. From 2007 onwards he has been working as Senior Lecturer on the BA Theatre and Professional Practice Degree at Coventry University.

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