Nominate them for an RSC Education Award

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The Royal Society of Chemistry is inviting nominations for their 2014 Education Awards. The awards are made annually to those who have made a significant contribution to the teaching or promotion of the chemical sciences.

Four education prizes and awards will be presented in 2014:

  • Schools Education Award – for a teacher or other professional who has made a significant contribution to the teaching of chemical sciences
  • Higher Education Teaching Award – for outstanding teaching skills and/or the development of innovative materials/methods in higher education
  • Education Award – for continuing high level contribution to education in the chemical sciences
  • Inspiration and Industry Award – to recognise the contribution of an individual in industry to the outreach, promotion or teaching of the chemical sciences

Winners will receive up to £2000 in prize money.

The deadline for nominations is 15 January 2014. More information is available on the RSC Education Awards website.