Dr Scott Sulway, Academic Mentor, Science

Scott SulwayDr Scott Sulway has taught a wide variety of courses in Chemistry ranging from first year up to third (some classes have also been mixed - both by study level and program).

Scott was previously a high school teacher (Y7-11). He has applied for and been successfully in one small SEIF grant and 2 large SEIF grants in the past 4 years.

Scott's research is split, primarily focusing on the use of digital innovations in teaching (mostly laboratory based but he does have experience in the lecture environment). He also researches chemistry, involving synthesis of inorganic compounds and studying their magnetism.

Email [email protected] to enquire if Scott is available to mentor you.

Mentoring for

Learning and Teaching

  • student learning 
  • learning and teaching curriculum design 
  • assessment and feedback 
  • convening a course 
  • integrating technologies into learning and teaching 
  • general teaching methods 
  • active learning spaces

Awards and Grants

  • development of an application for a UNSW Scientia Education Investment Fund Program (SEIF) learning and teaching grant

Conditions for mentoring facilitation

  • one-on-one mentoring
  • group mentoring
  • 1-4 mentees at any stage

Academic level of potential mentees

  • any level
  • professional staff

Discipline 

Willing to mentor within my discipline and/or across disciplines.