Diana Shah

Diana Shah

School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences

Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology

Diana Shah is a passionate and committed educator with more than ten years’ experience in teaching university students internationally. Experienced in leadership and management posts, consultation, research, publication and involved in university-wide initiatives.

Diana has engaged in designing and developing module, reviewing academic programs and course curricula. She also involved in coordinating for student internship from engaging and collaborating partnership with reputable industries. She initiated a few bootcamps to expose students to the latest industries career trends and networked students with the industries leaders and potential employers. She also tutored students with entrepreneurship skills, provided scholarly support and mentorship for postgraduate and undergraduate students to ensure they were on track with their studies, personal and professional development and help with their well-being. Her aims to nurture students with highest level of professionalism, values and ethics in producing a high-quality student experience.

Diana also compassionates about helping people, especially in learning and personal development. This interest is evidenced through volunteering activities involving with different groups of people, including disabilities, school children, and communities. Diana currently is a lecturer at the School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences, The University of Adelaide and taught Information Technology and Information Systems courses while also supervise PhD, Master’s and Bachelor students through to successful completion of their studies. She holds a PhD in Information Science from The University of Sheffield, UK and a Master of Business Information Management from The University of Western Australia, Perth.

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