Team Profiles

Name Role in the project Contribution to the project HEA recognition?
Nathan Dodzo Researcher – FAST Faculty Programme Lead Research design, data collection and analysis, writing up, dissemination FHEA
Patrice Seuwou Researcher – FBL Senior Lecturer Research design, data collection and analysis, writing up, dissemination SFHEA

Michelle Perrott


Researcher Data collection and analysis, dissemination  


Nathan Dodzo

I am a passionate, enthusiastic, energetic, self-motivated educator and researcher, with extensive teaching, broadcast and journalism experience, with the ability and skills to translate these into effective and meaningful learningI inspire and encourage both students and staff that I work with to reaching their full potential.

have a proven track record in attracting additional funding and support for educational and vocational projects across statutory, community and private sectors, from grant-making trusts to EU funded projects. Over the years, I have continued to collaborate with colleagues on various research projects, some of which I have led.

My teaching practice over the last 16 years has consistently been good to outstanding. I have successfully devised induction programmes for new students, set up protocols for use of facilities, and continue to be active in the delivery of both theoretical and technical knowledge, and workshops for practical assignments.

As an International Political Video Journalist for various international news agencies, I produced and edited news packages for transmission across the world including broadcasters such as SABC, CBS News (60 minutes), Reuters, BBC World News, Sky News, as well as working with UNESCO to provide training for new entrants and media professional on using digital video cameras and editing software.


Patrice Seuwou

Patrice Seuwou received his Master’s Degree in Innovative Technology from the University of East London in United Kingdom. He is a senior lecturer in Digital Business at Northampton University. Prior to that, he was a senior lecturer and Programme leader at GSM London, visiting lecturer at London South Bank University, also working as a course Leader for a portfolio of undergraduate programmes including HND in the field of Computing at Williams College in London, Programme Leader, NVQ Assessor and lecturer on the BSc (Hons) Technology & E-commerce at the British Institute of Technology & E-commerce in London.
He has now completed a PhD study in computer science & Informatics at London South Bank University. His has published in the area of Vehicular Ad hoc Networks and his research interests include Autonomous vehicles, VANET security, Authentication and privacy, computer networks including wired and wireless networks, mobile and ubiquitous computing, UNIX and Linux systems, RFID technology, protocols simulation and legislation in computer science. He is currently working on a 2nd PhD with Plymouth University, investigating the experience of African descent students in Higher Education.
He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy(HEA), Member of the Association of Computer Professional (ACP), member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology(IET), member of the Chartered Management Institute(CMI) and also Member of the Chartered Institute for IT(BCS). Currently working to develop graduates at the intersection of IT and business, e.g. delivered BSc App.
Development for Digital Business and currently developing an MBA (Digital Innovation). Experienced trainer and curriculum developer.

Michelle Perrott