Teacher and Industrial Advisor, Faculty of Science
Emma studied Animal Physiology and Nutrition at Leeds University followed by a Masters Degree in Food Science.
After working in Clinical Biochemistry Research at the University of Oxford, Emma then moved into the food industry working initially as a Process Technologist, then in different Technical Management roles for over 14 years.
She has experience in flour milling, bakery/snacks and a variety of chilled convenience food production operations.
Emma joined the University in May 2009 and gained her PGCHE within the University of Nottingham in December 2012 to support her predominately teaching role.
Emma has a predominantly teaching role within the Division and specialises in translating Food Science principles into realistic modern manufacturing and retail applications for students. She is also responsible for the problem based learning teaching aspects within course structures.
Areas of expertise/teaching speciality:
Food Manufacturing processes Routine QA and QC Testing New Product Development Food Safety and Quality Systems and Auditing Technical Management Approaches Current and emerging manufacturing technical trends and needs
Problem Based learning Modules across the UG and PG cohorts
Industry based teaching for a number of modules including tours of food factories
Supervision of students on NPD and Placement projects