Contacts and Networks

HEG has a large membership throughout the RSC, and works with a number of other Interest Groups within the organisation.

Affiliated Groups

Secondary and Further Education (SaFE) interest group

Chemistry Education Research Group (CERG)

Educational Techniques Group (ETG)

Join HEG

In addition to the elected committee members, we have a large following of practicing colleagues with an interest in chemical sciences education, including but not limited to, higher education. We are always looking for new members, and should you wish to get involved please contact the membership department.

You can join the Higher Education Group by signing up to the interest group through the RSC Interest Group directory.

Contact HEG

This form will email the Communications Officer; in case the message is flagged spam, if you do not receive a reply within the week, please see the directory below for how to contact!

HEG Committee

The committee is made up of five elected officers and ten ordinary members, each serving a maximum of two three-year terms . The positions are advertised via e-alert to all members and selection is via an on-line ballot.

Committee officers

Chair: Jenny Burnham University of Sheffield

Secretary: Anna Roffey, University College London

Treasurer: Claire McDonnell, TU Dublin

Communications: Andrew McKinley, University of Bristol

Memberships: Richard Blackburn, University of Leicester

Ordinary members

Becky Butler, University of Coventry

Fiona Dickinson, University of Bath

Shane Lo Fan Hin, University of Sussex

Roy Lowry, University of Plymouth

Gita Sedghi, University of Liverpool

Gan Shermer, University of Bath

Malcolm Stewart, University of Oxford

Dylan Williams, University of Leicester

Adrian Wright, University of Birmingham

Other members

In addition to the elected committee members, we have a small number of co-opted representatives on the committee to bring their expertise and facilitate links with other networks.

Jack Barbera, Portland State University (International Representative)

Julie Hyde, University of Sheffield (SaFE Representative)