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Chemistry educator

Julian Fell Tyson, British Chemistry educator. Chartered chemist. Recipient Society Analytical Chemistry Silver medal Royal Society Chemistry, 1986, Distinguished Svc. award Analytical Division Research, 1989. Fellow Royal Society Chemistry; member American Chemical Society, Society for Applied Spectroscopy, Association for Science Education, Epee Club.

Background

Tyson, Julian Fell was born on August 3, 1949 in Glasgow, Scotland. Son of Geoffrey Howard and Mary Younger (Dickson) Tyson. came to the United States, 1989.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Aberdeen U., Scotland, 1971; Diploma of Imperial College, London U., 1975; Doctor of Philosophy, London U., 1975.

Career

Lecturer, U. Technology, Loughborough, England, 1976-1985; senior lecturer, U. Technology, Loughborough, England, 1985-1989; professor of chemistry, U. Massachusetts, Amherst, since 1989. Associate editor The Analyst, Cambridge, England, since 1990. Joint series editor Ellis Horwood Series in Analytical Chemistry, Chichester, England, since 1989.

Achievements

  • Chartered chemist.

Membership

Fellow Royal Society Chemistry. Member American Chemical Society, Society for Applied Spectroscopy, Association for Science Education, Epee Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: fencing, folk music.

Connections

Married Janet Aileen Logan, August 3, 1972. Children: John Alistair, Jennifer Anne.

father:
Geoffrey Howard Tyson

mother:
Mary Younger (Dickson) Tyson

spouse:
Janet Aileen Logan

children:
John Alistair Tyson

Jennifer Anne Tyson