Dr Michael Seery awarded the 2012 Higher Education Teaching Award

Dr Michael Seery of the School of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences was awarded the 2012 Higher Education Teaching Award at the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) General Assembly Prizes ceremony in November. In presenting the award, the RSC Chief Executive Dr Robert Parker said that Michael was receiving the award in recognition of his work in the development of resources to assist the teaching and learning of physical chemistry and for the dissemination of his approaches to the development and evaluation of these resources. The award and medal was presented by the President of the RSC, Prof Lesley Yellowlees. More information on the award can be found at the RSC website.


Photo-caption: Dr Robert Parker, Chief Executive RSC, Dr Michael Seery, DIT, Prof Lesley Yellowlees, President, RSC.

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