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Low-Carbon College in China

China’s first college for the study of low-carbon technology has opened with the support of experts from Edinburgh.

The China-UK Low Carbon College (LCC) in Lingang, Shanghai, will become a key centre for the exchange of ideas, talent, technology and resources to tackle global environmental challenges.

Students, academics and industry experts from China, the UK and farther afield will develop a range of projects, courses and partnerships.

Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Congratulations to Dr Michael Seery who has been awarded a Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) 

Senior Fellowships are awarded to individuals who are able to provide evidence of a sustained record of effectiveness in relation to teaching and learning, incorporating for example, the organisation, leadership and/or management of specific aspects of teaching and learning provision. 

Undergraduate Prize Winners

We recently held our prizegiving ceremony for undergraduates, recognising the achievements and excellence of our students. The full list of winners is below.

Well done to everyone!

Class Medals

2017 Chemistry 1 Prize and Crum Brown Medal

Awarded to most distinguished student in Chemistry 1A/C1B

  • Finlay Clark

2017 Chemistry 2 Prize and Class Medal

Awarded for excellence in Chemistry 2

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Congratulations to Helen O'Connor, from the Brechin group, who has just completed her Edinburgh Teaching Award (category 2) and is now a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy is awarded to professionals who are able to engage with a broad understanding of effective approaches to learning and teaching support as a key contribution to high quality student learning. Fellows demonstrate:

Publication Awarded ACS Editors' Choice

A new publication published by Dr Michael Seery has been awarded ACS Editors' Choice.

Each day one publication from all American Chemical Society publications is selected. This article explores a framework for school practical work with a focus on development of practical skills and verbal discussion with teacher and peers. The study was conducted with Mrs Naomi Hennah of Northampton School for Boys.