Tim Mulroy BSc(Hons), MEng, PgCert, MIET SFHEA
Principal Lecturer - Electronic Engineering and Department Lead for UK & International Collaborative Partnerships
I am a member of the Electronic Engineering Subject Group, and I teach electronics, microelectronics and telecommunication subjects to students on electrical, electronic and railway engineering undergraduate degree courses at Sheffield Hallam University.
I am the UK and International Lead for the Department of Engineering and Mathematics, and I am responsible for the international recruitment to undergraduate and postgraduate engineering courses. I am currently the Collaborative Course Leader for SHU engineering courses delivered in Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Hong Kong.
Department of Engineering and Mathematics
College of Business, Technology and Engineering
Analogue and Digital Electronics
Analogue and Digital Systems
Electronic Engineering Applications
Railway Signalling and Telecommunication Principles
My interest is in pedagogic research, particularly the influence of culture on learning, internationalisation, and the transition of students from FE to HE. I have been awarded Faculty Teaching Enhancement Grants in 2016, 2017, & 2018, and in November 2018 I was awarded a grant from The Hallam Guild to further develop my research. I have presented the outcomes of my research at conferences and workshops.
Rowe, J.W.K., & Mulroy, T.J. (2004). A qualitative study of the student internship experience. ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings, 11675-11709.
I am an External Examiner for the MSc Electronics Programme at Nottingham Trent University, and for the BEng Electrical & Electronic Dual Award Programme with SEGi College Malaysia and the University of Sunderland.