* Professor Dudley Shallcross

Dudley Shallcross joined the School of Chemistry in 1999 and was appointed Schools Liaison Officer for Chemistry in 2000.

Dr Dudley  Shallcross

Alongside this, he has been the Chair for the Bristol and local section of the Royal Society of Chemistry and is a course coordinator for two modules within the MSc in Science & Education course.

Dudley is also a member of the steering committee for the Science Learning Centre South West (SLCSW) University of Bristol sub-group.

In 2004 Dudley was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) under the Rising Star category, for his excellence and innovation in teaching.

In 2005 Dudley won the Faculty of Science Teaching Prize and the Higher Education Teaching Award from the RSC.

In 2006 he was the first ever recipient of the SCI (Society of Chemical Industries) International Chemical Education Award.

In 2007 he was promoted to Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry and also received the University of Bristol's Engagement Award for the Faculty of Science.

In 2008 he was awarded the RSC Tertiary Education Award in recognition for his contributions to the promotion of the chemical sciences through outreach which have impacted on all ages from 4 to 85 both in the UK and overseas and, in particular, for work which addresses the school-university transition to include those with physical disability.

In 2009, Dudley Shallcross received the Royal Meteorological Society's Michael Hunt Award for 2008 which commemorates the achievements of Michael Hunt (1920-1985), who was a TV weatherman, is given biennially for excellence in increasing the understanding of meteorology or its applied disciplines among members of the general public.

Most recently, in 2010, Dudley was appointed as the new Director of the AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust. Full details can be found here. On accepting this post, Dudley has relinquished his role as Bristol ChemLabS Outreach Director which will now be held by Tim Harrison.

Email: D.E.Shallcross@bristol.ac.uk

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