Professor Mike Mannion
Professor Mike Mannion gained his first degree from Brunel University, and went on to graduate with an MBA from the Open University and a PhD from Bristol University. After a period working as a software developer and programmer, Mike took up the roles of Lecturer and Senior Lecturer at Napier University, Edinburgh from 1992 to 2000.
Professor Mannion joined the Department of Computing at Glasgow Caledonian University and became Dean of the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences in 2002. He led the merger of the school with the School of Engineering, Science and Design to form the School of Engineering and Computing.
During his time at Glasgow Caledonian University, Professor Mannion has made a significant contribution to the university’s research profile, has demonstrated his commitment to the student experience, and has played a significant role in leading learning and teaching initiatives across the university, including serving as Principal Investigator on the SFC Aiming University @ Work project in collaboration with the universities of Glasgow and St Andrews.
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