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Sian  Campbell

Sian Campbell

Associate Lecturer

Faculty of Business, Law and Digital Technologies

023 8201 6051 ext. 6051 Room no. RM121


Sian is a lively, pragmatic, client focused individual who combines academic rigour with 'real world' expertise. Skilled at training and facilitating individuals as well as small and large groups, she thrives on working with people to develop specific, tailored goals and objectives. Sian teaches on personality and individual differences, and data analysis and IT. She attained her BSc (Hons) in psychology from Queen's University of Belfast, her MA in public administration from Liverpool University and her MSc in information technology from Aston University. She is also certified in management in regeneration by BURA and is a full member of the Institute of Economic Development. 

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Further information

  1. Industry experience

    Sian has extensive experience in consultancy, project management, bid writing and managing client relationships.
  2. Research interests

    Sian has special interests in local democracy and public sector psychological wellbeing.
  3. Recent publications

    Sian's recent publications include collaborative papers. For more information, follow the link below...

    Matthews, G., & Campbell, S.E. (in press). 'Sustained performance under overload: Personality and individual differences in stress and coping'. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science.

    Elkington A, Campbell, S.E. (2011) 'Implementing the Big Society'.  Paper presented at Enhancing Local Democracy Conference, Local Government House, London.

    Campbell, S.E. and Moody, J. (2010) 'The Role of the Local Strategic Partnership in improving outcomes'. Paper presented at Enhancing Local Democracy Conference, Local Government House, London.