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John Robson

I joined Sheffield Hallam University as a Senior Lecturer in 2002, having been involved with Teacher Education through mentoring students on placement from a number of HEIs

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Adam Shepherd

I teach within Games Design. During my time at the university I have taught 3D modelling, Rigging, Texturing and Animation through levels 4-7, as well as various skills and techniques within software such as Zbrush, for high polygon definition with character creation.

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Kassim Mwitondi

Kassim is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Statistics/Data Mining, and has been a full-time member of staff of the College of Business, Technology and Engineering since 2004

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Martin Smith

Martin teaches on the Sports Journalism MA, Creative Writing MA and undergraduate Law for Journalists, History of Journalism, Journalism Skills, and Investigations and Research modules at undergraduate level

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Gary Simmonds

Gary is a Senior Lecturer and also the Course Leader for BA Fine Art.

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Tim Mulroy

Tim is the International Lead and Principal Lecturer in Electrical, Electronic, and Control Engineering, and looks after the international recruitment to Engineering courses

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Tim Breikin

Tim started his academic career in the UK as a Lecturer at the University of Manchester, in February 2004. Prior to that appointment he had nine years of research experience on the modelling, control, performance monitoring and optimisation of industrial systems.

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Joan Rodriguez-Amat

Before joining Sheffield Hallam University (June 2015), Joan was appointed as postdoc in the chair of Media Governance, Media Organisations and Media Industries with Professor Katharine Sarikakis at the University of Vienna (2011-15). Prior to that he enjoyed a permanent position at the University of Vic (Spain).

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Fethi Al Shawi

I teach modules related to structural mechanics across various courses

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Tim Spencer

Tim's research at MERI involves the application of theory and simulation techniques for the predictive modelling of real life systems that involve fluids.

 

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