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Rehana Bari

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Lecturer and Module convenor for Mathematics for Finance, Economics and Business (MFEB) Module

Academic tutor for International Foundation Programme students

Areas of interest

Interests lie in the following areas of pure Mathematics:

Bifurcation Theory

Non-linear Analysis

Differential Equations

Numerical Analysis

Teaching

Mathematics for Finance, Economics and Business (MFEB) Module

Background

I joined the University of Reading in 2015 as a Mathematics and Statistics Tutor (part-time) in the Mathematics Support Centre before moving to the International Study and Language Institute (ISLI) in 2021 as a Lecturer in Foundation Mathematics.

Before joining at Reading University, I taught undergraduate Mathematics modules at various universities in the UK such as Oxford Brookes University, Brunel University London, and Middlesex University London. I also have several years of experience in teaching A-level Mathematics to international students in the UK.

After completing MSc in Pure Maths from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, where I am originally from. I started my career as lecturer there in 1991 and became a professor of Mathematics in 2006. I obtained a PhD from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh in 1996.

Professional bodies/affiliations

Fellow of Higher Education Academy