Dr Robyn Pyne

School of Engineering

Dr. Robyn Pyne is Programme Leader and Principal Lecturer for Logistics and Maritime programmes at Liverpool John Moores University. She is also responsible for collaborative provision of the Distance Learning MSc Port and Terminal Management, in collaboration with Lloyds Maritime Academy.

Prior to joining the University, Robyn held academic appointments at Cardiff University, Plymouth University and London Metropolitan University. She has also held visiting lecturer status at Dalian Maritime University (China), Frederick University (Cyprus), and the Hamburg School of Shipping and Transport (Germany).

Robyn is from the port town of Dartmouth in Devon, and trained as a Deck Cadet at the age of 18 with sponsorship from Trinity House. She went on to gain a BSc (Hons) Maritime Business and Maritime Law, an MSc in Social Research, and she holds a PhD in International Shipping, Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Her PhD research was on the Implementation of the STCW in China and the Development of Effective Maritime English Teaching Curriculum. She carried out her research while also a member of teaching staff in the School of Navigation at Dalian Maritime University in China. While based in Dalian, she assisted with the delivery of the World Maritime University MSc programme in Maritime Safety and Environmental Management (delivered in Dalian), and also studied Mandarin Chinese.

Robyn has held the role of Programme Leader for the suite of Maritime Masters programmes at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) since 2017. She is an advocate of providing opportunities for lifelong learning for seafarers, having established the Sustainable Maritime Operations Management BSc and MSc programmes with the Marine Learning Alliance (Plymouth University), and more recently through working with with Lloyds Maritime Academy.

Liverpool John Moores University has been engaged in Maritime Education and Training since 1852. LOOM was established in 1998.

Languages

French
Chinese (Mandarin)

Highlighted publications

Abdulkadir R, Matellini DB, Jenkinson ID, Pyne R, Nguyen TT. 2023. Assessing performance using maturity model: a multiple case study of public health supply chains in Nigeria Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management, DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Journal article

Abdulkadir R, Matellini DB, Jenkinson ID, Pyne R, Nguyen TT. 2023. Assessing performance using maturity model: a multiple case study of public health supply chains in Nigeria Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management, DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Mońka D, Pyne R, Paraskevadakis D, Bury A. 2021. The development of intermodal freight transport in Poland from 2007 to 2016: Barriers and opportunities to its further development International Journal for Traffic and Transport Engineering, 11 :161-183 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Pyne R, Dinwoodie J, Roe M. 2007. Enhancing the intercultural competence of postgraduate logisticians International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 10 :221-233 DOI Publisher Url

Pyne R, Koester T. Methods and Means for Analysis of Crew Communication in the Maritime Domain Archives of Transport,

Report

OKSAVIK A, Hildre P, PAN Y, Zec D, Jenkinson I, Kelly B, Paraskevadakis D, Pyne R. 2021. D1.1.1 Methodology D.1..1 Methodology Publisher Url

Oksavik A, Hildre HP, Pan Y, Jenkinson I, Kelly B, Paraskevadakis D, Pyne R. 2021. Future Skills and Competence Needs Publisher Url Public Url

Thesis/Dissertation

Pyne R. Internationalising Chinese Maritime Higher Education: Developing Content and English Language Integrated Teaching and Learning Roe M, Dinwoodie J.

Conference presentation:

Modelling the Maritime Officer Workforce in the European Labour Market, 4th Global conference on innovation in marine technology and the future of maritime transportation, Online, Oral presentation. 2022

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