Teaching & Outreach

As a leader in teaching and outreach I have always strived to attract others to science and empower my students and peers to be inquisitive about science and to operate to the best of their ability. My genuine enthusiasm and capacity to cultivate a supportive learning environment and provide clear explanations of complex ideas has fostered strong engagement and understanding, as widely recognised in informal discussions and formal feedback from my classes.

I have taught the following chemistry courses at the University of Sydney:

CHEM1101 Chemistry 1A Semester 1 2015

CHEM1101 Chemistry 1A Semester 1 2016

I have also given public scientific outreach talks to communicate and engage with students and the wider audience:

2018: Do Science career seminar for PhD students and post-docs – IIMCB (Warsaw, Poland)

2018: ARS Chemiae lecture for students – Adam Mickiewicz University  (Poznan, Poland)

2018: Zespół Szkół nr 15 in Poznan, Poland (7-11 yo) – “Science of Fire

2018: Primary School no. 3 in Lubon, Poland (12-14 yo) – “Through the world with Chemistry”

2017: PAN from Wieniawskiego invites – IBCH PAN (Poznan, Poland) – organiser and speaker

2016: National Science Week – Parramatta West Public School (Australia)- Science in everyday life

2016: Inspiring Science lecture series – City of Sydney Ultimo Library (Australia) –  Seeing the invisible: MRI

2015: University of Sydney O-Week (Australia) – Chemonstrations