Dr Peggy Gregory
- Senior Lecturer in Software Engineering (Computing Science)
I am a Senior Lecturer in Software Engineering at Glasgow University, with a PhD in digital health technology from the University of Central Lancashire, an MSc in Software Development from Huddersfield University and a BA from Bristol University.
As an empirical software engineering researcher I focus on agility, sustainability, process improvement, and industry practice. I am a founder member of the Agile Research Network.
My research interest is in empirical software engineering. I investigate processes and practices, agile software development, sustainability practices, agile transformation, software project management, and software engineering education. My work is human-centred, socio-technical, and often qualitative. It also encompasses the social and ethical impacts of digital technology development and use.
- Agile Business Consortium research grants (2017-18; 2019-22; 2023-26)
- DSDM research grants (2013-16)
- Framework for Responsible Research & Innovation in ICT Case Study Award (2013)
- Maduka Uwadi: Models of Middle Management Roles and Competencies in Agile Project Governance
- Jim Jenkins: Implementing DevSecOps within a Highly-Regulated Environment: The Formation and Evaluation of a Framework for Adoption
- Nicky Danino: An Investigation into Using Social Media and Twitter in Higher Education
- Lesley May: The First Year Experiences of Computing Students