Dr Maria Kutar
Senior Lecturer in Information Systems
I studied Law at undergraduate level, followed by a Masters and PhD research in Computer Science. In 2004 I joined the University of Salford, firstly in the Information Systems Institute, and then in Salford Business School. I have undertaken a variety of teaching and programme management roles, and led the University Research Ethics Panel, before taking on my current role. I am a recipient of 3 Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Awards and a Student Union Teaching Award, and am dedicated to delivering excellent teaching and student experience.
I have taught and developed a range of UG and PG modules including • People and Computing • Operations and Information Management • Professional, Legal and Ethical Studies • Information Security • Systems Analysis and Design • Dissertation Supervision
My research interests focus on the intersection of people and technology, in particular information systems ethics, human use of technology, and technology in education.
Qualifications and Memberships
• LLB Hons (Law) • MSc Computer Science • PhD in Specification of Temporal Properties of Interactive Systems • PG Cert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, with ILT accreditation • Board Member, UK Association for Information Systems • Chair, Psychology of Programming Interest Group (PPIG)
For further information about my publications please see my SEEK Research Profile: http://www.seek.salford.ac.uk/profiles/MKUTAR.jsp