Emma Harrison MA, PGC, BA Hons, BSc Hons, HEA Fellow
Senior Lecturer in Quantity Surveying
I have worked as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of The Built Environment since 2011. Prior to joining SHU I worked in the Construction Industry and gained my BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying degree part time at here at Sheffield Hallam University.
I deliver modules to students on the undergraduate Quantity Surveying programmes to full time and part time students as well as to apprentices. The modules I am involved in cover all aspects of Quantity Surveying from inception through to completion. I also deliver work based learning for apprentices which I enjoy as it links well to my role as a course leader for apprenticeship provision. I have a particular interest in the apprenticeship journey and the role of the work place in the apprentices learning. My duties also involve the supervision of both undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation research projects. I also provide support for students during their placement year and guiding them through the process of reflection on their experiences.
I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Currently Emma's main areas of teaching are Construction Cost and Finance, Measurement and Procurement.
Emma is a member of the Sheffield branch of the Chartered Institute of Building.