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26 November 2019

I'm a graduate of ARU so when I was offered the chance to teach engineering here, I was delighted and accepted it instantly. Read more…

26 November 2019

After a few years in applied research and consultancy, I wanted to go back to academia - which I'd left after completing my PhD. ARU offered me the opportunity to start doing research and, after that, to take on teaching activities. I appreciate the diversity I found here. Read more…

26 November 2019

I might not be the biggest supporter of Christmas decorations in November, but I have to admit watching the lights being switched on really brightens my mood. Here are my favourite places to see some sparkle in Cambridge. Read more…

26 November 2019

Studying hard is important, but so is time out. This blog is dedicated to my favourite leisure places in Cambridge - and the benefits of spending time with friends. Read more…

25 November 2019

As an lecturer and a researcher, I'm passionate about transferring my knowledge and training the engineers and scientists of the future. Read more…

25 November 2019

As an engineer I've designed, developed and manufactured products for industry, and I'm keen to teach our students about the latest technology available for the international market. Read more…

25 November 2019

Having originally studied electronics, I decided that the built environment - and civil engineering in particular - were the best fit for me. Now I teach the engineers of the future. Read more…

22 November 2019

Chelmsford was once described by Charles Dickens as 'the dullest and most stupid spot on the face of the Earth'. Thankfully, it’s come a long way since 1835 and the small riverside city is now teeming with things to do! Read more…

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