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Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Teaching Fellow

last modified Dec 06, 2012 04:19 PM

4th January 2012

The MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development has won support from the Royal Academy of Engineering through the award of a RAEng Visiting Teaching Fellow.  These positions are supported by the Academy to promote experience led teaching from hands on engineers  at the  early  stages of their careers who are able to relate to the operational challenges and real life challenges they face on a daily basis in industry.  Sarah Royse of Inbuilt Consulting (a subsidiary of the RES Group) has accepted this role and will contribute to lectures and seminars , facilitate site visits and co-supervise projects . She will also be able to provide  career advice and support for students on the MPhil programme, as well as encouraging  MEng students to become involved in their appropriate professional bodies.

Sarah is a Chartered Engineer having obtained her degree in Mathematics and Physics from Durham University in 2001. She worked for Max Fordham Consulting Engineers for 5 years before joining

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