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Rebecca Maina

Dr Rebecca Maina PhD, PgCLTHE, LLM, LLB (Hons)


School of Business, Law and Communications

023 8201 6779 ext. 6779 Room no. SMX05


Rebecca joined Solent University in September 2015, after teaching for several years at the University of Westminster in London, where she also did her PhD. Before that, she undertook her LLB and LLM degrees at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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Further information

  1. Teaching experience

    Rebecca has worked for Solent University as a unit leader, lecturer; seminar leader and acting course leader. University of Westminster as a seminar leader, and at University of Essex as a lecturer.
  2. Work in progress

    Rebecca is currently working on the impact of lecture capture use on learning and teaching and the student experience.
  3. Industry experience

    Rebecca has worked in a range of positions before becoming a lecturer at Solent University including: security policy consultant for Christian Aid, gender and sexual rights consultant for International Planned Parenthood Federation.
    • January- April 2012: Security Policy Consultant, Christian Aid, London:
    • October- November 2008: Gender and Sexual Rights Consultant, International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF):
    • June- September 2008: HIV/AIDS Consultant, International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)
    • 2002- 2003: Member, Stop AIDS Campaign (SAC) UK Executive Committee
  4. Research interests

    Rebecca's research interests cover a range of multidisciplinary areas/issues relating to public health/HIV/AIDS and the right to health. She also conducts research on learning and teaching pedagogy, including the use of personal response systems (PRSs) in the learning space.