Diana is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Management at Nottingham Business School. Within her role she has been instrumental in the development of Business Analytics modules in the School, and has served as module leader for several undergraduate and postgraduate modules including Business Analytics (UG), and Introduction to Business Analytics and Intelligence (PG). Diana also supervises PhD and Professional Doctorate students, as well as undergraduate and masters students primarily in business/data analytics and information systems. Diana's primary research interest is the adoption of co-creation strategies in the design and development of e-government projects particularly in low- and middle- income countries. She also pursues pedagogical research on curriculum development in higher education, and specifically the application of constructive alignment in curriculum design processes.
Diana completed her Interdisciplinary PhD (Computer Science, Politics and Policy) at Tufts University, an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Oxford, and BSc (First Class honours) in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of the West Indies.
Dr Frost’s research focuses on the use of technologies for development. Her work centres on the e-government, and the formulation of strategies for co-created projects. She is also interested in pedagogical research in management education.
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