Curriculum Vitae
Dr Raymond G Wallace EurChem CSci CChem FRSC
Qualifications
BSc Honours Degree in Chemistry, Southampton University
PhD Organic Chemistry, Council for National Academic Awards
MRSC, CChem, Royal Society of Chemistry
FRSC, Royal Society of Chemistry
EurChem, Royal Society of Chemistry
CSci, Royal Society of Chemistry/Science Council
1968
1974
1980
1992
2003
2005
Experience
Independent Consultant CVAS, Nottingham
Professional Placements Manager (Associate Professor) School of
Science & Technology, Nottingham Trent University
Principal Lecturer Department of Chemistry & Physics, Nottingham
Trent University
Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemistry & Physics, Nottingham
Trent University
Research Scientist (University Lecturer Grade), The Cancer Research
Campaign Gray Laboratory, Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood
(Seconded to the School of Chemistry Brunel University as Honorary
Visiting Research Fellow 1976-1980)
Research Assistant, School of Pharmacy, Portsmouth University
20132002-2013
1998-2002
1981-1998
1972-1980
1968-1972
Publications
1. B. Jaques and R.G. Wallace, Benzoheterocycles via Aryne C-C Cyclisation: 2Methylisoindole, J.C.S. Chem. Commun., 1972, 397.
2. G.E. Adams, I.R. Flockhart, I.J. Stratford, R.G. Wallace, P. Wardman and M.E. Watts,
Effects of Structure and Hyperthermia on the Radiosensitizing Properties of Hypoxic Cell
Sensitizers, Radiat. Res., 1976, 67, 550.
3. G.E. Adams, E.D. Clarke, R.S. Jacobs, I.J. Stratford, R.G. Wallace, P. Wardman and
M.E. Watts, Mammalian Cell Toxicity of Nitro Compounds: Dependence upon
Reduction Potential, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 72, 1976, 824.
4. B. Jaques and R.G. Wallace, Benzoheterocycles via Aryne C-C Cyclisation: Initial
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Approaches, Tetrahedron, 1977, 33, 581.
5. I. Ahmed, G.W.H. Cheeseman, B. Jaques and R.G. Wallace, A Synthesis of Isoindoles
and Isoindolines via Aryne Intermediates, Tetrahedron, 1977, 33, 2255.
6. P. Wardman, E.D. Clarke, I.R. Flockhart and R.G. Wallace, The Rationale for the
Development of Improved Hypoxic Cell Radiosensitizers, Br. J. Cancer, 1978, 37, Suppl.
III, 1.
7. G.E. Adams, E.D. Clarke, I.R. Flockhart, R.S. Jacobs, D.S. Sehmi, I.J. Stratford, P.
Wardman, M.E. Watts, J. Parrick, R.G. Wallace and C.E. Smithen, Structure-activity
Relationships in the Development of Hypoxic Cell Radiosensitizers I. Sensitization
Efficiency, Int. J. Radiat. Biol., 1979, 35, 133.
8. G.E. Adams, E.D. Clarke, P. Gray, R.S. Jacobs, I.J. Stratford, P. Wardman, M.E. Watts,
J. Parrick, R.G. Wallace and C.E. Smithen, Structure-activity Relationships in the
Development of Hypoxic Cell Radiosensitizers II. Cytotoxicity and Therapeutic
Ratio, Int. J. Radiat. Biol., 1979, 35, 151.
9. E.D. Clarke, R.S. Jacobs, C.E. Smithen, R.G. Wallace, P. Wardman, M.E. Watts and M.
Woodcock, Effects of Ionisation Equilibria on the Radiosensitizing Properties of
Nitroimidazoles, Br. J. Radiol., 1980, 53, 46.
10. R.G. Wallace, A Simple Device for Overcoming Filtration Losses, Lab. Practice, 1980,
29, 267.
11. G.E. Adams, I.J. Stratford, R.G. Wallace, P. Wardman and M.E. Watts, Toxicity of Nitro
Compounds Toward Hypoxic Mammalian Cells in Vitro: Dependence on Reduction
Potential, J. Nat. Cancer Inst., 1980, 64, 555.
12. R.G. Wallace, Hydroxylamine-O-sulfonic acid - a Versatile Synthetic
Reagent, Aldrichimica Acta, 1980, 13, 3.
13. R.F. Anderson, K.B. Patel, C.E. Smithen and R.G. Wallace, Radiosensitization of the
Hypoxic Bacteria by Radiosensitizers Containing Functional Groups other than Nitro, Paper
presented at the 15th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Radiation Biology,
Erasmus University, Rotterdam 25-29th August, 1980.
14. G.E. Adams, I. Ahmed, E.D. Clarke, P. O'Neill, J. Parrick, I.J. Stratford, R.G. Wallace,
P. Wardman and M.E. Watts, Structure-activity Relationships in the Development of
Hypoxic Cell Radiosensitizers III. Effects of Basic Substituents in Nitroimidazole
Sidechains, Int. J. Radiat. Biol., 1980, 38, 613.
15. P. Wardman, E.D. Clarke, R.S. Jacobs, A. Minchinton, M.R.L. Stratford, M.E. Watts,
M. Woodcock, M. Moazzam, J. Parrick, R.G. Wallace and C.E. Smithen, The Development
of Hypoxic Cell Radiosensitizers: the Second and Third Generations, In Radiation
Sensitizers: their Use in the Clinical Management of Cancer, Masson Publishing U.S.A. Inc.
New York, 1980, ch. 13, p. 83.
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16. M.E. Watts, R.F. Anderson, R.S. Jacobs, K.B. Patel, P. Wardman, M. Woodcock C.E.
Smithen, M. Moazzam, J. Parrick and R.G. Wallace, Evaluation of Novel Hypoxic Cell
Radiosensitizers in Vitro : the Value of Studies in Single Cell Systems, In Radiation
Sensitizers : their Use in the Clinical Management of Cancer, Masson Publishing U.S.A.
Inc. New York, 1980, ch. 27, p.175.
17. H. Monney, J. Parrick and R.G. Wallace, Nitroimidazole Radiosensitizers Approaches
to their Chemical Synthesis, Pharmacol. Therapeut., 1981, 14, 197.
18. R.G. Wallace, Hydroxylamine-O-sulphonic Acid - its Use in Organic Synthesis, Org.
Prep. Proced. Int., 1982, 14, 265.
19. P. Wardman, R.F. Anderson, R.J. Hodgkiss, J. Parrick, C.E. Smithen, R.G. Wallace, and
M.E. Watts, Radiosensitization by non-nitro compounds. Int. J. Radiat. Oncol. Biol.
Phys., 1982, 8, 399
20. R.G. Wallace, J.M. Barker and M.L. Wood, Migration to Electron-Deficient Nitrogen.
A One Pot Synthesis of Aromatic and Heteroaromatic Amines from Carboxylic Acids,
Synthesis, 1990, 1143.
21. R. Murray, J. Richards and R. Wallace, Developments in Science Teaching - Chemistry
Labs and Transferable Skills, The New Academic, 1992, 1, 11.
22. R. Wallace, R. Murray and J. Richards, Controversies: Feels like a 2(I), Chemistry in
Britain, 1993, 29, 299.
23. R. Wallace and R. Murray, Co-operation in Chemistry Labs, In Innovations in Science
Teaching, Ed K. Exley and I. Moore, Standing Conference on Educational Developments,
SCED Publications Paper 74, 1993, 29.
24. R.G. Wallace, Egg Races 1-4, In Science Supplementary Material, ST240 RSER1, Our
Chemical Environment, The Open University Press, Milton Keynes, 1995.
25. R.G. Wallace, The network series, Education in Chemistry, 1996, 33, 121.
26. R.G. Wallace and R. Murray, Do games have a role to play in student (and staff!)
bonding and learning? Educational Techniques Group Trust Royal Society of Chemistry
Newsletter, (1998) (summer issue), 13.
27. R.G. Wallace and R. Murray, Chemical games to improve communication skills
University Chemistry Education, 1998, 2, 63.
28. R.G. Wallace and R. Murray, Best Practice in Industrial Work Placements, Project
Improve Case Study, April 1999.
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29. R.G. Wallace, The Chemistry Graduate, Destined for Employment but with no
Experience of it. Does it Make Sense? Chemistry Education: Research and Practice in
Europe, 2000, 1, 169 (http://www.uoi.gr/cerp/2000_January/23wallacef.html)
30. R.G. Wallace and R. Murray, MChem Courses incorporating a Year in Industry, Project
Improve Case Study, March 2000.
31. R.G. Wallace, Independent Study - providing focus and purpose, University Chemistry
Education, 2000, 4, 58.
32. R.G. Wallace, How do Chemistry Students Revise?, Education in Chemistry, 2000, 37,
160.
33. R.G. Wallace, When the wind blows, some build walls, others build windmills, LTSN
Physical Sciences News, 2001, 2, 2.
34. R.G. Wallace, Bashful electrons, Chemistry in Britain, 2001, 37, 4, 25.
35. R.G. Wallace, The need for vision, Education in Chemistry, 2001, 38, 65.
36. R. Murray and R.G. Wallace, Good Practice in Industrial Work Placement, LTSN
Physical Sciences Practice Guide, 2001 (ISBN 1-903815-02-9).
37. M Gagan and R Wallace, Making a Presentation in English at a European Conference,
FECS Division of Chemical Education (DivCEd) Publications, (2001)
(http://www.euchems.org/binaries/fecsedgagan_tcm23-28988.pdf)
38. R.G. Wallace and R. Murray, Introducing transferable skills & Book 11: Developing
Skills, contributing author S205, The Molecular World, The Open University Press, Milton
Keynes (2002).
39. R.G. Wallace, A Sandwich Year Can Seriously Damage Your Chances of Obtaining a
Poor Degree! Proceedings of the ASET European Conference, Integrating Work and
Learning in Europe, Cambridge (ISBN 095422311X) 70 (2002).
40. R.G. Wallace, Rethinking the Education of Chemists - the Odyssey is Over, Time for
Action!, Chemistry Education: Research and Practice, 4, 83 (2003)
(http://www.uoi.gr/cerp/2003_February/pdf/11Wallace.pdf)
41. D. Brattan, M. Gagan, A. Rest and R.G. Wallace, Old wine in new skins: Customising
Linear Audio Cassettes into an Interactive CDROM Format, University Chemistry
Education, 2004, 8, 31. (http://www.rsc.org/images/p1_brattana_tcm18-31139.pdf)
42. I. Maciejowska, R. Wallace and P. Yates, Handbook for Organisers of European
Conferences, European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences, Division of
Chemical Education (2006). (http://www.euchems.org/binaries/Handbook_tcm2375694.pdf)
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43. R.Wallace and P. Drašar, Boloñský proces se odráží i v budoucnosti chemicky
orientovaných stredních škol, Chemické Listy, 101, 2007, 337
44. H. Čtrnáctová, H. J. Bader, P. Drašar, L. Gros, I. Maciejowska, R.G. Wallace, E.
Stratilová and J. Zajíček, European project CITIES – Module of Chemical
Education.Chemické Listy, 102, 2008, 639
45. K. Adams, L. Gros and R. Wallace, Learning from Industry and Employment, In
Innovative Methods of Teaching and Learning Chemistry in Higher Education, Ed I. Eilks
and W. Byers, RSC Publishing, 2009, 191
46. R. Wallace, R. Murray and T. Overton, Effective Practice in Industrial Work Placement,
A Physical Sciences Practice Guide, The Higher Education Academy Physical Sciences
Centre, October 2009, ISBN 978-1-903815-26-7
http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/assets/ps/documents/practice_guides/practice_guides/effective
_practice_in_industrial_work_placement.pdf
47. R. Wallace and L. Gros, The CITIES Comenius Project - Chemistry and Industry for
Teachers in European Schools, Proceedings of the XIV IOSTE Symposium, June 13-18 2010,
Bled, Slovenia, 1536 http://www.ioste.org/pdf/proceed14.pdf
48. R.G. Wallace, A Reflective Diary for Doctoral Studies: a discussion document,
Educational Techniques Group Trust, RSC, 2011 http://www.etgt.co.uk/discussiondocuments/
49. R. Wallace, International Placements, ASET e-Bulletin, June 2013, www.asetonline.org
50. J. C. Ogunde, A. J. Rest, and R.G. Wallace, Workshop on Unlocking the Potential for
Low-Cost Teaching in Third World Countries, In Chemistry: The Key to our Sustainable
Future, Ed M. G. Bhowon,, S. Jhaumeer-Laulloo, H..L.K. Wah, and P. Ramasami,,
Springer Netherlands, 2014, 237, ISBN: 978-94-007-7388-2
http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-94-007-7389-9_17,
Conference Presentations 1990The PhD Graduand – the hidden talents that lie within & PhD skills Potentials and
Beyond (invited plenary & workshop), R Wallace, ‘EU-CHINA DOC Conference and
Workshop on European Doctoral Education’, Brussels, Belgium, May 2014
Personal and Professional Development of Doctoral Candidates in the British Doctoral
System (invited keynote speech), F Denney and R Wallace, ‘3rd UNICA (Network of
Universities from the Capitals of Europe) Master Class: How to Support Professional and
Personal Development of Individual Doctoral Candidates: Methods, Measures, Instruments,
Tools, Centre for Advanced Academic Studies’, Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 2012
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Chemistry Aid: Unlocking the Potential for Low-Cost Teaching in 3rd World
Countries, Workshop Presentation, J Ogunde, A J Rest and R G Wallace, International
Conference on Pure and Applied Chemistry ICPAC 2012 ‘Chemistry: The Key for our
Future’ Mauritius, July 2012
Towards a Commonality of Standards in Higher Education in Europe? (invited
plenary), R Wallace, ‘2nd UNICA (Network of Universities from the Capitals of Europe)
Master Class: Toolkit for Supervision in Doctoral Education’, Centre for Advanced
Academic Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia, August/September 2011
The CITIES Comenius Project - Chemistry and Industry for Teachers in European
Schools, R Wallace and L Gros, XIV IOSTE Symposium, Bled, Slovenia, June 2010
Helping Our Undergraduates to Become Global Players in the Job Market (invited
plenary), R G Wallace, International Week conference, ‘The Roles of Erasmus Mobility for
improving Multicultural Dialog’ Süleyman Demirel University, Isparta, Turkey, June 2010
Equipping Secondary School Teachers with the Tools for Inspiring the Next
Generation of Young Chemists, R Wallace and K Healey, ASE Annual Conference,
Nottingham, January 2010
Industrial Placements: The University view R G Wallace, UNIC Meeting (University
Network with Industry in Chemistry), Mittelheim, June 2009
Equipping Secondary School Teachers with the Tools for Inspiring the Next
Generation of Young Chemists, L. Gros, P. Drašar, M. Frankowicz, K. Healey I.
Maciejowska and R.Wallace, ECTN Annual Conference, Poznan, April 2009
Sharing Expertise: An example of trans-European co-operation in Forensic Science
The EDUFORMAK Project R G Wallace, D Butler, P Koscielniak, M Ristova and J
Zieba-Palus, 9th European Conference on Research in Chemical Education, Istanbul, July
2008
The Eurobachelor® and Euromaster® have arrived R Wallace, International
Technology, Education and Development Conference, Valencia, March 2008
Equipping secondary school teachers with the tools for inspiring the next generation of
young chemists L Gros, P Drašar, M Frankowicz, I Maciejowska and R Wallace, 2nd
European Variety in Chemistry Education Conference, Prague, June 2007
The Eurobachelor® has landed - co-operative educationists meeting passengers are
now advised to make their way to the next level up! R G Wallace, Association for
Sandwich Education and Training Conference, Birmingham, UK, September 2006 and
World Association of Cooperative Education International Symposium 2006, Work
Integrated Learning for Sustainable Futures, University of Westminster, London, November
2006
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Chemistry Animations D Brattan, A Rest and R G Wallace, 8th European Conference on
Research in Chemical Education, Budapest, Hungary, August 2006
The Eurobachelor® has arrived R G Wallace, 7th Variety in Irish Chemistry Teaching
Conference, Dublin, April 2006
The Visual Face of Chemistry: Some Practicalities D Brattan, J Haughton, A Rest, T
O’Riordan, and R G Wallace, European Variety in Chemistry Education, Krakow, Poland,
July 2005
ECTN Industrial Placements Group & The Eurobachelor and Euromaster cometh –
an opportunity or a threat? R G Wallace, 7th European Conference on Research in
Chemical Education & 3rd European Conference on Chemical Education, Ljubljana,
Slovenia, August 2004
A Sandwich Year Can Seriously Damage Your Chances of Obtaining a Poor Degree! R
G Wallace, Integrating Work & Learning in Europe, Association for Sandwich Education
and Training Conference, Cambridge, September 2002
Chemistry Degrees - what outcome are we trying to achieve? R G Wallace, ECTNECEN-TASSEP Meeting, Perugia, May 2002
A Holistic Approach to the Chemical Education and Training of Undergraduates R G
Wallace, Variety in Irish Chemistry Teaching Meeting, Dublin, March 2002
Assessing the Unfamiliar R G Wallace, Variety in Chemistry Teaching Meeting, Lancaster,
September 2001
Using Games to achieve Educational Objectives – expand your mind! R G Wallace and
R Lowry and Assessing the Unfamiliar R G Wallace, Variety in Chemistry Teaching
Meeting, Lancaster, September 2001.
Rethinking the Education of Chemists – the Odyssey is over, time for action! (invited
plenary) R G Wallace, , 2001, A Chemical Odyssey, 6th European Conference on Research
in Chemical Education and 2nd Conference on Chemical Education, Aveiro, Portugal,
September 2001.
Giving Scientific and Educational Presentations in English at International Meetings
and Do games have a role to play in student bonding and learning? R G Wallace,
Interdisciplinary education challenge of the XXI century, Tempus STEP and NET Seminar,
Krakow, Poland, December 2000.
A Novel Examination Technique and Giving Scientific and Educational Presentations
R G Wallace, The Polish Association of Science Teachers Annual Meeting, Torun, Poland,
September 2000.
Chemistry Courses – Still Lost in the 19th Century? R G Wallace, Variety in Chemistry
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Teaching Meeting, Lancaster, September 2000.
Providing Focus and Purpose for Individual Independent Study Using a Novel
Examination Technique and Giving Scientific and Educational Presentations in
English at International Meetings R G Wallace, 3rd IOSTE Symposium for Central and
East European Countries, Prague, Czech Republic, June 2000.
The Chemistry Graduate, Destined for Employment but with no Experience of it. Does
it Make Sense? R G Wallace, 5th European Conference on Research in Chemical
Education, Ioannina, Greece, September 1999.
Independent Study - Trying to Make it Work R G Wallace, Variety in Chemistry
Teaching Meeting, Edinburgh, September 1999.
Assessing Project Work in Different Member Countries - a Practical Approach and
The British MChem: New Pathways and New Opportunities R Murray and R G
Wallace, 1st European Conference in Chemical Education, Budapest, Hungary, August
1998.
Assessing the Year in Industry R Murray and R G Wallace, Development of the
MChem/MSci Degree, The Royal Society of Chemistry, London, October 1997.
Assessing the Student in Industry R G Wallace and R Murray, Variety in Chemistry
Teaching Meeting, York, September 1997.
Negotiation and Peer Assessment in the Organic Laboratory R G Wallace, Variety in
Chemistry Teaching Meeting, York, September 1996.
Variety in Chemistry Teaching Network - developing practical skills R G Wallace,
Practical Work in Higher Education, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Warwick, November
1995.
Sandwich or Side Order? R G Wallace, What Can Higher Education Do for the Chemical
Industry?, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, November 1994.
New Approaches to Running and Assessing Practical Work on Degree Courses R G
Wallace, The Royal Society of Chemistry Annual Chemical Congress, Liverpool,
April 1994.
Enterprise in Higher Education - Lessons Learned from the British Approach to
Student Outcomes R G Wallace, R Murray and J Richards, Catching the Waves of the 90s,
SAIR/SCUP Conference and 5th Annual South Carolina Higher Education Assessment
Conference, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA, October & November 1992.
Learning Contracts in the Chemistry Laboratory R G Wallace, Using Learning
Contracts in Higher Education Conference, Higher Education for Capability - a National
Initiative of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce,
London, February 1992.
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Internationalising Skills - Enterprise and the International Student
R G Wallace and R Murray, 3rd Conference on Internationalising Higher Education,
St Andrews, Scotland, June 1990.
Poster Presentations
Streaming Video: Some Practicalities J Haughton, A Rest, T O’Riordan, and R G
Wallace, European Variety in Chemistry Education, Krakow, Poland, July 2005
Getting started with Macromedia FLASH A Rest, R G Wallace and D Brattan, The
Science Learning and Teaching Conference, Warwick, June 2005 and European Variety in
Chemistry Education, Krakow, Poland, July 2005
A Sandwich Year Can Seriously Damage Your Chances of Obtaining a Poor Degree! R
G Wallace, Variety in Chemistry Teaching Meeting, Keele, September 2002
External Activities
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Elected by my European chemistry academic peers to the Eurodegree Label®
Committee of the ECTNA (European Chemistry Thematic Network Association)
April 2010
Member of the Advisory Board of SWEG (South West External Advisory Group) of
the National HE STEM Programme January 2011
Member of the National Executive of the Association for Sandwich Education &
Training since 2000
Past Member and Vice Chairman of the Benevolent Fund Committee of the Royal
Society of Chemistry
Member of the Tertiary Education Group Committee of the Royal Society of
Chemistry
Member of the Educational Techniques Group Trust Committee, Royal Society of
Chemistry
Past Member of the Management Committee of the European Chemistry Thematic
Network
Member of the Organising Committee of the Annual Variety in Chemistry Teaching
Meeting
Book and paper refereeing
Open University Summer School Course Director/Tutor, ECTN Newly Appointed
University Chemistry Teaching Staff Working Group Residential Summer School
Tutor, Malta, June 2005
External Examiner PhD, University of Hertfordshire 1996 & MPhil/PhD 1999, PhD,
University of Plymouth 2000
Past Member of the Annual Conferences Committee, Royal Society of Chemistry
Past Member of Council of the Royal Society of Chemistry
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Past Member of the Education Division Council of the Royal Society of Chemistry
Past Chairman of the Education Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry
Committee for Groups
Past Member of the Learning and Teaching Support Network (LTSN) Subject Centre
in Physical Sciences National Advisory Committee
Past Member of the Editorial Board of University Chemistry Education
Past Chairman European Chemistry Thematic Network Working Group on
International Placements
Former Webmaster for the HEFCE funded project Project Improve and The Network
for Chemistry Teaching
Past Member of the Midlands Chemical Industries Training Organisation
Grant income
Project Improve 1997-9
£15,000
CITIES Project 2006-9
€33,000
EDUFORMAK Project 2007- 10
€24,000
Support from industry for students 2011
£1000
PhD supervision
M T Robinson, A Study of Hydrogen-Transfer Photochromism (1988)
Pedagogic innovation
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Diploma in Industrial Studies (leading to MChem Chemistry with a year in industry)
(ref RSC Award & publication 30)
Student negotiated learning and learning contracts (ref conferences 1992, 1994 &
1996)
Criteria referenced assessment (ref publication 22)
Project work for finalists in the USA
Games in the teaching of chemistry (ref publications 24, 26 & 27, conference 2000)
Good practice in industrial training (ref publications 28, 34 & 46)
Through the Enterprise Initiative in the University where I was an Enterprise Coordinator and developed new and novel teaching methods in the Chemistry
Department
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Externally Funded Projects
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1997-1999 HEFCE funded Project Improe to work on the development of MChem
courses (especially industry based) which lead to the validation of our currently
entitled MChem with Professional Practice. Additionally Project Improe supported
the creation of a web-based chemical education repository.
2006-2009 Comenius funded CITIES Project (Chemistry & Industry for Teachers in
European Schools). The project has consortium partners in Poland, Spain, Germany,
Czech Republic and UK (we are the only UK university partner) and European
industry & union organisations together with European chemical societies. Here we
worked together to produce teaching materials about the chemical industry &
European education for teachers in secondary schools in Europe.
2007- 2010 Tempus funded EDUFORMAK Project (Education System in Forensic
Sciences for the Republic of Macedonia). Here we worked with Skopje University,
Macedonia, the Jagiellonian University and Forensic Institute in Krakow to establish
the first masters course in Forensic Sciences in the Republic of Macedonia.
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SIGNIFICANT INDICATORS OF EXTERNAL PEER RECOGNITION OF PROFESSIONAL STANDING
International
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Election to Eurodegree Label® Committee of the ECTNA which awards Eurobachelor® and
Euromaster® & Eurodoctorate® labels to European Chemistry degrees April 2010.
Invited Plenary Speaker at conferences in Aveiro (2001), Isparta (2010) & Dubrovnik (2011)
Invited Lecturer (Interdisciplinary Education), Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University,
Krakow, 12th-18th December 2000.
Invited Lecturer (Science Teachers), Nicholas Copernicus University, Torun, 7th-11th September
2000.
Visiting Professor, Science Faculty, Charles University of Prague, 11th-26th June 2000.
Membership of the Management Committee of the European Chemistry Thematic Network
Association.
National
 Long-time serving member of the National Executive of the Association for Sandwich Education
& Training (since 2000). In 2014 bestowed Honorary Lifetime Membership in recognition of
my service to the organisation.
 Invited contributor to Open University Chemistry publications.
 1999 Royal Society of Chemistry Education Division HE Teaching Award*.
Citation 'establishing the Diploma in Industrial Studies which gives formal recognition to the
value of a period of sandwich training in industry and for subsequently promoting, at national
level, the benefits of this aspect of learning.'
Award Lecture, ‘A Holistic Approach to the Chemical Education and Training of
Undergraduates’, Heriot-Watt University 21st March 2000, Aberdeen University 22nd March
2000, Liverpool John Moores University 12th April 2000, University of Aston 10th May 2000,
University of Ulster 18th May 2000, East Anglia summer 2001.
* (The award is made through external peer nomination)
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